AMA Foundation Board Member
Bill’s family moved to Savannah in 1808 from the northern part of Florida where they emigrated from the southern area of France near Spain. His great grandfather started a seafood business that has a special place in Savannah’s history due to it being one of the only terrapin farms in the world. Bill himself has been an avid boater and R/C modeler for most of his life. He started modelling at the age of about 8. He sold greeting cards door-to-door to make enough point to order a Cox PT-19 with a .049. He then found interest in R/C boats and even had a small business in his garage building and selling boats. His most notable customer was Allen Paulson. He has also been the President of the Tri-County RC Flyer, and has CD’ed several events in Hinesville and Statesboro, GA. Bill and his wife also do charity work for a week-long camp for children with diabetes and Benedictine Military School. He can’t wait to serve on the board for the AMA Foundation and make a difference in other modeler’s lives.