From Educator to Commissioner
By Mya Ellis
Also, as a proud graduate from East Montgomery High School, Kenneth Lynthacum is no stranger to the career field of education. Kenneth has lived in Biscoe for 16 years, along with being a volunteer fire fighter for the Biscoe Fire Department for over more than 20 years. He graduated from Montgomery Community College with an Associate degree of Applied Science in Criminal Justice. Mr. Lynthacum then went on to become a public safety teacher for Montgomery County Schools. Kenneth is married and has 4 lovely children, that he enjoys spending his quality time with.
“My favorite thing about Biscoe is definitely how the people make you feel. Everyone is very friendly. Everybody is somebody. I see Biscoe expanding with a few more businesses and hopefully a plan for sustainable growth for the future!”