Honorary Chairman Robert "IronE" Singleton
The Bully Ball would
like to welcome Actor/Comedian/Writer,
Robert “IronE” Singleton as the
2014 Honorary Chair. Mr. Singleton was raised in Atlanta and graduated
from UGA with a BA in Speech Communications and Theatre. He also played
football for the Bulldogs from 1995 to 1998. Mr. Singleton is best known
for portraying the character “Alton” in the Oscar-nominated film, The
Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock, and “T-Dog” in the AMC hit TV
Series show, The Walking Dead, for three seasons. Mr. Singleton is
currently on tour with his one man show, “Blindsided by the Walking
Dead”. Mr. Singleton and his lovely wife, Commaleta, reside in Atlanta with their three children.
Founder of The Bully Ball, Kelley serves
as a board member for Georgia English Bulldog Rescue, Inc. A 1991
graduate of the University of Georgia, Kelley, her husband, Gary, and
their daughter, Ava, own two English Bulldogs.
William P. Fralic, Jr
Mr. Bill Fralic graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1985. While at Pitt, he played football as an offensive lineman and was considered one of the best offensive linemen in college football history. He was Pittsburgh's only three-time All American, and his number 79 jersey was was retired at his final home game in 1984. In 1985, he was the second overall pick in the NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons and went on to four straight Pro Bowl appearances in the late 1980's. He is also in the NFL 1980's Decades Team.
After the NFL, he served as a Color Commentator for the Falcons radio broadcasts from 1995-1997 and for Pitt from 2004-2009. In 1998, he was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Mr. Fralic currently owns his own insurance business which he started while playing with the Atlanta Falcons. He and his lovely wife, Susan, are owned by their two English Bulldogs and Rottweiler.