Many of our state's governors are honored with roads, highways, buildings and parks named after them, but there are only a few facilities across the state that preserve the history and memofabilia of governors who have made major contributions to the state. Ken Wilshire found a museum in McKenzie that does pay tribute to one such governor.
Ken Wilshire joined the Tennessee Crossroads in 2008 with a desire to tell stories about people who have found their passions in life and who would otherwise go unrecognized for their contributions to their community. Ken began his career at WREG-TV in Memphis, writing, producing and editing news stories, features and documentaries. After leaving Channel 3 he joined Fed Ex in their communications department as a writer/producer and was promoted to the department manager. Ken spent almost 25 years in operations management at FedEx and other Fortune 500 companies.