Angie Boland is originally born and raised in Mississippi but has called Enterprise home for almost 15 years. Angie immediately fell in love with the Wiregrass and considers it a special blessing to be able to raise their children in a military community where they grow up seeing the service and sacrifice of Fort Rucker families on a daily basis.  

Angie is heavily involved in the community with service as President of Enterprise Junior Women’s Club, multiple Wiregrass United Way boards, Enterprise Chamber of Commerce Leadership Coffee County, various alumnae positions with Kappa Delta Sorority, Treasurer of Coffee County Distinguished Young Woman and WBOR Habitat for Humanity and ARPAC boards. Angie was honored with Wiregrass’ Women Who Care 2019 Woman of the Year award. The Bolands are a member of HighPointe Church where Angie and her husband Todd both serve on the Dream Team. 

The Boland family has been in real estate and property management in Coffee County for two generations. Angie and Todd own and operate Sorrells Funeral Home in Enterprise. Married to a former Auburn football player, Angie is an avid Ole Miss fan as well as any sport that the Bolands five children hit the field to play!