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Congressional District 2

State Transportation Board Member Johnny Floyd

Johnny Floyd

P.O. Box 5260
Cordele, GA 31010
(229) 276-7065

Year Elected to the Board: ​​2008
Current Term Expires: 4/15/23

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Year Elected to Board ​Current Term Expires
​​2008 ​4/15/23

A Snapshot of Johnny Floyd

Interview Date: Spring 2015

Gas was 10 cents a gallon. The Yankees beat the Cubs in four games to win the World Series. And Benny Goodman was the king of swing. It was 1938, the year that Johnny Floyd was born. Floyd represents southwest Georgia’s Congressional District 2 on the State Transportation Board, including the cities of Albany, Americus, Bainbridge, portions of Columbus and Macon, and his home of Cordele. The family man, businessman, civic leader, and former state legislator recently shared a snapshot of himself.

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Biographical Data

Personal / Family 

Date of Birth:7/9/38
Place of Birth: Ridgeland, SC
Marital Status: Married to the former Judy Jones
Children: Two; five grandchildren


Graduated from University of Florida Forest Ranger School
Attended Georgia Southwestern University, Americus GA

Business Affiliations

  • President of Floyd Timber Company, a forestry products company specializing in timber sales
  • President of Cordele Realty
  • Organizer of Central Bank & Trust in Cordele
  • Served on Ameris Bank Board Holding Company until reaching mandatory retirement 

Professional Record

  • Served on the Georgia House of Representatives from 1989-2008, including time as Vice Chairman of the House Transportation Committee.
  • Member of the Appropriations, Banks & Banking and Motor Vehicles committees 

Current Community/Civic Activities

  • Member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Cordele.
  • Instrumental in obtaining funds for South Georgia Technical College’s Crisp County Center and funds for Darton College projects. 


Board of Deacons at Pine Crest Baptist Church​

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