Mayor's Office + Aldermen

Striving to make decisions toward growing a better, stronger community where citizens are proud to live, work, and play.

The government of White Pine is administrated by a Mayor and five Alderman. These government officials appoint a Recorder who acts as the financial officer of the town, and in our case, who also serves as the Municipal Judge.

Glen E. Warren

Glen E. Warren

Mayor

Mayor Glen E. Warren is a lifelong resident of White Pine and has served the community for more than a quarter of a century in a myriad of capacities with various positions. Before becoming mayor, he served as a town Alderman. Mayor Warren has also served as Fire Chief, constable, local advanced emergency medical technician (AEMT), worked for the Water Department and served as the Recreation Director. He was educated in the Jefferson County School system, Walters State Community College and has additional training through Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) for Elected Officials.

Mayor Warren is well known throughout the region as a talented musician, entertainer and singer. He has performed at numerous churches, hosted radio programs and entertained masses at festivals and other gatherings.  He is known for playing numerous instruments and having a great sense of humor. He is also interested in gardening and cooking.

Mayor Warren’s father is a retired city employee, and their family was among the early Tennessee settlers. The mayor is keenly aware of the unique culture, history and attractions of our area.  Mr. Warren enjoys spending time with his parents, siblings, children, grandchildren and close friends.

Alyson P. Susong

Alyson P. Susong

Town Recorder + Judge

Alyson P. Susong serves as Town Recorder and Judge.  She has held this position since 2009 and has been with the Town since 1986.  Alyson received her Certified Municipal Finance Officer Certificate in the first class of 2010.

Being a small town, each employee wears many hats.  Her main duties include maintaining the minutes and ordinances of the town, financial operations, property taxes, and other administrative duties.  She also serves the town as Municipal Judge.  Serving her fellow citizens has been a joy for her through her many years of employment.

Married to Chris Susong of Morristown, Alyson has two sons, Parker, who is a travel RN, and Payne, who will graduate in December with a degree in Civil Engineering.  She has been a life-long resident of White Pine and loves everything her quaint small town brings with its rich heritage and sense of community.  Her hobbies include antiquing, reading, and decorating.

Administration

Teresa Lawson

Teresa Lawson

Secretary for the Town and Utilities

Teresa Lawson serves as Secretary for the Town and Utilities since 2017.  She is the friendly face that greets each customer and answers the phones to guide citizens with their many questions.  She plays a big part in collecting utility payments and other clerical duties.

Teresa lives in Morristown and is married to her husband of thrity-four years, Dwayne Lawson. She has two fur babies, Sassy and Summer.  She loves the outdoors, camping, boating and off roading.

Teresa feels White Pine has become her second home and enjoys the small town feel it brings.

Junea Graves

Junea Graves

Clerk for the Town + Utilities

Junea Graves has served as Clerk for the Town and Utilities since 2016.  She is mainly responsible for the Utility Billing, payroll, and financial duties; but has many other jobs, as well. 

In 2016, Junea married Greg Graves, and they have a host of cats and a pup, who thinks she’s human.  She has been a church pianist for over forty years and a certified piano instructor for fourteen years.  Her hobbies include hand quilting and crochet. 

Town Aldermen

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen hold regular monthly meetings at 7:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the White Pine City Hall. This board handles and oversees all activities of the town, all departments, and all functions governed by the town. The Mayor and Alderman strive to make decisions toward growing a better and strong community where its citizens can be proud to live, work and play.

Jarrad Stump

Jarrad Stump

Fred Taylor

Fred Taylor

Ann Strom

Ann Strom

Tyler Marshall

Tyler Marshall

Ronnie Dukes

Ronnie Dukes