Joly is a native of Colbert County. He currently lives in Muscle Shoals. Joly joined the Air Force in 1969 and retired as a major in 1994 with more than 20 years of service. After leaving the service, Joly has worked as an industrial hygienist/safety officer, a testing agent and ADEM compliance officer for a Geological Testing company, and as a groundskeeper and master gardener at Ivy Green, the birthplace of Helen Keller.
Joly earned a bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of North Alabama and a master’s degree in Human Resources from Houston Baptist University. Joly participates in several civic organizations. He is a member of the American Legion Post 31, where he and others on the Color Guard provide Honor Funerals for Veterans.
After returning home, became active in the Colbert County Republican Party and shortly thereafter was appointed as an Executive member. He was appointed and served seven years on the Colbert County Board of Registrars. In 2014, Joly challenged a 24-year Democrat incumbent, one of the first to challenge the traditional Democratic hold on Colbert County. In 2014, he was elected as the Chairman of the Colbert County Republican Party. During his tenure, Joly worked to change the political landscape of Colbert County, electing 11 Republicans to office, and serving on the Alabama Republican State Executive Committee. He was appointed by the Colbert County Probate Judge to serve as an Election Poll Inspector and was appointed by Alabama State Sen. Larry Stutts to serve on the Colbert County Community Development Commission. In 2020, he was elected as an alternate to the Republican National Committee.
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