Williams Joyner retires as Guardian ad Litem Advocate
ROANOKE RAPIDS – Guardian ad Litem child advocate William Joyner from Roanoke Rapids retired from the Guardian ad Litem Program effective Jan. 18.
Joyner, an employee with NC Department of Corrections, has been a Guardian ad Litem child advocate for 18 years and has served more than 60 children over the four county area.
Joyner has always been a tireless advocate for the children he served often traveling all over the state to visit them. He will surely be missed by the children he served and the Guardian ad Litem staff.
Joyner stated, “I really enjoyed the staff in the program, and the children I have worked with over the years. I have traveled the state on behalf of the children. It has been a blessing to have been able to serve and try to make a difference in the children lives.”
If you’d like to volunteer your time to make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children by becoming a Guardian ad Litem volunteer child advocate, visit www.volunteerforgal.org or call the local office at 252-574-3121 for more information.