ABOUT SENATOR RICK GUNN:
A graduate of Walter Williams High School, Senator Gunn received a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Senator Gunn is president of Gunn & Associates Commercial Real Estate which is in its 32nd year of operation. He has been an active member in the business community having served as President of the Burlington-Alamance County Association of Realtors, the Alamance Business Club, and the Burlington Downtown Corporation. He also previously served as Vice Chairman of the Alamance County Chamber of Commerce and currently serves on the Government Liaison Committee.
A community leader, Senator Gunn has served on the Board of the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club and has been a Budget Review Chairman for the United Way of Alamance County. Gunn served for five years as President of the Young Men's Christian Association of Alamance County and on the YMCA North Carolina Public Policy Committee. At his alma mater, he served on the UNC-CH Board of Visitors and currently serves on the UNC General Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Senator Gunn represents Senate District 24, Alamance and Randolph Counties. He serves as Chairman of the Senate Commerce and Insurance Committee and as Chairman of Appropriations on Agriculture, Natural and Economic Resources. He also is a member of the committees on Transportation, Judiciary and Appropriations/Base Budget.
Senator Gunn attends the First Presbyterian Church in Burlington where he has previously served as deacon, youth advisor and stewardship chairman. He is married to Gayle Calder Gunn, his wife of 35 years. They have two sons, Scott, age 29 and Daniel, age 26.
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