Dr. Bill Rabon
is Vice-Chair of the Brunswick Community College Board of Trustees. He
is past Chairman of the
North Carolina Navigation Commission and past Chairman of the Brunswick
County Board of Health. He has served on the Boy Scouts of America
Executive Committee, the Cape Fear Council BSA and was a Charter Member
of the Southport Rotary Club. In politics, he has campaigned for Jim
Martin, Pat McCrory, and Elizabeth Dole. An avid hunter and fisherman,
Bill is a Life Member of the National Rifle Association.
Bill grew up in Fair Bluff and graduated from West
Columbus High School in 1969 where he was Student Body President, an
Eagle Scout, and received the American Degree, the highest honor
bestowed by Future Farmers of America. After attending North Carolina
State University, he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree
from the University of Georgia in 1976. Brunswick County’s first
veterinarian, Bill is a partner in Brunswick Animal Hospital, Southport
Animal Hospital, and Oak Island Animal Hospital. Bill has volunteered
his services to and worked tirelessly for numerous abandoned pet and
rescue groups. He is a member of the North Carolina Veterinary Medical
Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association, serving on
the Finance Advisory Committee for the NCVMA.
Dr. Rabon was elected to the North Carolina General Assembly as Senator
from District 8 representing the Counties of Brunswick, Columbus and
Pender in November of 2010.