Brenda Gail Cannon

Tullahoma Consistory #185 Past Deputy of Tennessee Charles Kinslow of Belvidere, left, and Commander in Chief Jerome Pillow of Columbia present Brenda Gail Cannon of Winchester with the “Outstanding Citizen of the Year” award at their annual Claude T. Pepper Awards Banquet held recently in Shelbyville.

Brenda Gail Cannon of Winchester was recently named “Outstanding Citizen of the Year” by the Tullahoma Consistory #185.

Cannon was nominated by Past Deputy of Tennessee Charles Kinslow of Belvidere who said, “There is no more deserving person than Ms. Cannon to receive this award. She seems to be omnipresent in our community and I feel she is deserving of this recognition.”

The award was presented by Kinslow and Commander in Chief Jerome Pillow of Columbia at their annual Claude T. Pepper Awards Banquet held in Shelbyville.

Cannon is employed at Motlow State Community College where she serves as executive director of community relations. 

She also serves as a mentor to the Tennessee Promise students of Franklin County and works with students across the Motlow service area.

Cannon is a member of the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church where she serves as a mentor to the youth of her church as well.