Roy L. Boles
- Boles was a standout basketball and baseball player for the Quakers in the late 1930s.
- He was Guilford’s leading scorer on the basketball team in 1937 and 1938, and the second leading scorer in 1936.
- As a pitcher on the baseball team, Boles was chosen All-North State Conference in 1937 and 1938.
- After graduating from Guilford, Boyles joined the Brooklyn Dodgers organization as a pitcher, making it all the way to the AAA level with the St. Paul, Minn. club.
- He compiled a 137-61 record and was inducted into the Mobile Sports Hall of Fame as a charter member for his performance as a pitcher for the 1946 Mobile Bears.
- Boles is a retired rural letter carrier for the United States Postal Service.
- He resides in Jonesville with his wife of over 50 years, Annette Woodhouse Boles.
- Boles is currently an active member of the Jonesville United Methodist Church and the Federal Retiree Employee Association.