“Tee-Tee” Parmon sworn in as Northeast Ward Rep

Morticia “Tee-Tee” Parmon

“Tee-Tee” Parmon sworn in as Northeast Ward Rep
June 17
15:16 2020

Morticia “Tee-Tee” Parmon has officially assumed her role as a representative for the Northeast Ward. Parmon was sworn in during the city council’s virtual meeting on Monday, June 15. 

The Forsyth County Democratic Party (FCDP) selected Parmon to fill the vacant position after longtime city council member Vivian H. Burke passed away earlier this year. 

Parmon is the daughter of former county commissioner and state legislator Earline Parmon. Parmon, a Democrat, originally ran to represent the Northeast Ward in the primary election but was defeated by Barbara Hanes-Burke.  Parmon will serve as representative of the Northeast Ward until the general election.

Late Monday night following her first city council meeting, Parmon took to Facebook to thank the community for their support. She wrote, “First and foremost I would like to thank God for his many blessing. Today I was officially sworn into City Council for the Northeast Ward. I am very humble and grateful to be able to serve in this position. As a ward we will work together to move our ward forward. For those who have called, texted, emailed, or posted words of encouragement I would like to take the time to say ‘THANK YOU.’ I will always make it a point to keep you all engaged in the decision-making process as it relates to the Northeast Ward.”

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