Atlanta native Bill Voyles graduated from Woodward Academy in 1969 and Florida State University in 1973 where he was a Men’s golf letterwinner all four years. Vice President and partner of Ed Voyles automotive, Bill and his siblings are continuing to grow the legacy of excellence and service that their father began in 1952. Bill has served as chairman of the Metro Atlanta Auto Dealers Association in 2001 and in 2002. He previously served on the boards of: Better Business Bureau (1990-1993) and March of Dimes (1995-2000). Bill and his wife Cindy served as Chairs for the 2011 Legendary Ball for the Shepherd Center, a nationally renowned treatment and rehabilitation center for head and spinal cord injuries. Bill is a current member on the board of Animal Health Trust and Shepherd Center Auxiliary, in addition to his work for the nsoro Foundation.
Bill and Cindy work as volunteers in fundraising and support many charitable causes including: Senior Citizens Services, the Atlanta Ballet, March of Dimes, the Atlanta History Center, the Shepherd Center, the Atlanta Humane Society, Share Our Strength, Taste of the Nation, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, National Black Arts Foundation (NBAF), Fix Georgia Pets and Creative Enterprises.