Commissioner Larry Brunson is a civic minded person with a strong emphasis on building family, community and economic development.

Commissioner Brunson is a skilled and results-driven analyst, workforce development, and human resource professional with more than 25 years of experience. His expertise covers a full range of advisory service functions in operations management, recruitment & retention management, program coordination, training & development, and project management. Commissioner Brunson believes that education, skill development, and personal determination are the essential keys to realize ones dreams.

Commissioner Brunson holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Human Resource Management, and a certificate in Project Management University of Maryland (UMUC) Masters of Business Administration (UMUC) and pursuing a Masters of Distance Education, E- Learning & Curriculum Design (UMUC).

Commissioner Brunson is an active Board of Directors for the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals, National Rural Project Lead, Redevelopment & Housing Authority- Program Committee, Western Tidewater Community Service Board Committee, Western Tidewater Re-Entry Council, Workforce Development Board Leadership Committee, and CTE Suffolk Public School Committee.

Commissioner Brunson believes that a community is raised up by its own people working together in a healthy environment. Therefore he is committed to raising awareness about public safety, community recreation, economic opportunities, and wellness for all citizens.

Citizens may contact Commissioner Brunson at any time at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by contacting the Town Clerk at 252-536-4836.

Saturday, October 16, 2021

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Visit Historic Weldon, “Rockfish Capital of the World” and discover our rich history of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad; the Confederate cemetery, the Roanoke Canal Trail and see the amazing Chockoyotte Creek Aqueduct. Walk through Weldon’s National Register Historic District ... Read more