The Honorable Victor S. Angry
Neabsco District Supervisor
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About Victor Angry
Serving his country for over twenty-three years Vic Angry was the first African-American Command Sergeant Major of the entire Army National Guard. He was responsible for 368,000 soldiers in 50 states, the District of Columbia and three territories.
Now retired, he continues to work in public service as a Dale City Volunteer Firefighter and E.M.T. (8 years), motivational speaker, leadership development instructor and Democratic campaign volunteer.
With very deep roots in the community, Vic and his wife Michelle have been married for 28 years and have resided in Dale City since 2003 where they raised their son Dominique and daughter Lexy. Dominique attended Beville Middle, and Hylton High School; and Lexy attended King Elementary, Beville Middle, and will be graduating from Hylton in Dale City.
News & Updates
Victor Angry will be Prince William County's first elected black supervisor after winning Tuesday's special election to fill the Neabsco District supervisor's seat left vacant with the death of John Jenkins. Of the 1,722 votes cast, Angry, a Democrat, had 1,281 votes,...
Prince William County voters in Neabsco District will choose between Democrat Victor Angry and Republican Devinder Singh in the special election April 9 for supervisor. The winner of the special election will begin his term later that month and serve until Dec. 31....
Voters will have two new candidates to pick from in a special election for Neabsco District supervisor in Prince William County. Democrat Victor Angry and Republican Devinder Singh will face off in the April 9 election necessitated by the death of Democratic...