Bill Billingsley has resided in Central Virginia since 1992, currently residing in Mineral. He’s founder and CEO of F.W. Billingsley and Company, Inc., a full-service auction company.
Billingsley has represented Nicholls Auction Marketing Group in Louisa County and surrounding locales since 2017. He attended Mendenhall School of Auctioneering in 1994 and is the 1995 Virginia State Rookie Auctioneer, as well as the 1998-99 Virginia State Champion Auctioneer, and the 2007 Kentucky State Champion Auctioneer. In addition to selling real estate, Bill has experience selling heavy equipment, registered cattle, firearms, and personal property, as well as conducting commercial liquidations. He’s a member of the Virginia Auctioneers Association and a past member of the National Auctioneers Association.
A decorated, multi-tour, veteran of the Vietnam War, Bill spent nearly 40 years of his life in service to our country. He is very active in a variety of charitable causes in his community and throughout the U.S. He served as a member of the Virginia 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees for six years, serving as president of the board the last three years. He’s active in the Louisa County 4-H Livestock Club and has conducted the annual Louisa 4-H Livestock auction for the past 25 years. He’s a member of Louisa Baptist Church, and volunteers his time assisting the youth group in his church, as well as those in several neighboring churches. His hobbies include golf and other outdoor activities, and spending time with his family, including his six grandchildren.