2700 Neabsco Common Place, Suite 125, Woodbridge VA 22191

Your Supervisor

Neabsco District Supervisor Victor S. Angry and Michelle Angry have been married
for over 29 years and moved to Dale City in 2003 where they raised two children
Dominique and Alexxyus. His children attended Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary
School, Stuart M. Beville Middle School and graduated from C.D. Hylton High
School. His wife is a four-year Army Veteran and currently teaches in Prince William
County as an Instructional Assistant.

Supervisor Angry was born in Altamonte Springs, Florida and after graduating from
Lyman High School in June 1986, he enlisted into the United States Army. It was in
the Army where Supervisor Angry developed a love for leadership, fitness and the
commitment to lead and serve others.

Supervisor Angry served in the United States Army for over 23 years and retired as
a Command Sergeant Major with the distinction of serving as the Command
Sergeant Major of the entire Army National Guard where he was responsible for
the health and welfare of over 368,000 Guardsman and their families. He was the
first African American to be assigned as the Command Sergeant Major, serving on
an interim basis to lead the Enlisted Force during a challenging and changing time
in leadership. During his military career, he led at every position from Squad
Leader, Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant and finally to Command Sergeant Major.
He achieved numerous military awards and received two Legions of Merit.

After his retirement from the Army, Supervisor Angry continued his service to
others by joining the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department and has been an active
member since 2011. In 2012, he became the Department Public Education
Coordinator working with the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other youth in Prince
William County. Supervisor Angry was elected to the Dale City Volunteer Fire
Department Board of Directors and is serving his second four-year term.

Supervisor Angry is an unwavering advocate and supporter of all who are working
towards improving themselves. Through his company, A is for Angry LLC,
Supervisor Angry focuses on motivating and inspiring others and developing

Supervisor Angry was sworn into office on April 11, 2019 as the new Neabsco District Supervisor on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors finishing out the remaining term of the previous Supervisor. Supervisor Angry won his re-election in November 2019 to serve a four-year term starting January 1 2020. He was the first African American to be elected to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors and served as Vice Chair from January 2020 through December 2020.

Supervisor Angry is a life member of the Association of the United States Army
(AUSA), the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States
(EANGUS), the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) and the Veterans of
Foreign War post 1503. He is a member in good standing of the Disabled American
Veterans (DAV) and a current board member of the Association of the United States
Army’s Reserve Component Advisory Board and the Dale City Volunteer Fire
Department (DVFD). He is also a proud member of the Alexandria-Fairfax Alumni
Chapter and the Woodbridge Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi (KAY) Fraternity

Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Central Michigan

Bachelor’s Degree in Justice Administration from Hawaii Pacific University

Associate’s Degree in Leadership Development from Hawaii Pacific University

Boards and Commissions
Prince William County Board Audit Committee (BAC)

Regular At-Large Representative to the Joint Audit Committee of the Prince William
Board of County Supervisors and the Prince William County School Board

Prince William County National Capital Region -Transportation Planning Board
Representative to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

Prince William County, Chairman to the Potomac and Rappahannock
Transportation Commission (PRTC), two terms

Prince William County General Government Representative to the Virginia
Association of Counties (VACo) – 2nd Vice Chair

Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) – General Government Steering Committee

Virginia Association of Counties (VACo) – Resolutions Operations Committee

Prince William County Alternate Representative to Virginia Railway Express
Operations Board (VRE)

Prince William County Representative to the Northern Virginia Regional
Commission (NVRC)

Northern Virginia Regional Commission (NVRC) – Community, Military, and Federal
Facility Partnership (CMFFP)

Dale City Volunteer Fire Department (DCVFD) Board of Directors

Prince William County/Manassas Boys & Girls Club Board

Appointed by 3 Virginia Governors as a representative to the Virginia Board of
Veterans Services (BVS)