Musselwhite promotes the values and principles of the Warner Robins
Community - Faith, Family, Friends, Integrity, Prosperity, and a better quality of life for all. He works
collaboratively with the RAFB 21st Century Partnership to ensure that RAFB remains safe and sound. He
supports local businesses and encourages their growth and expansion. He works with Capital Planning Teams to
develop and promote SPLOST Projects. He works to promote ethical consciousness among City Employees. He
encourages continuing education and training amongst his employees. He believes that an educated workforce is
a productive workforce and essential to our city's success.
Musselwhite was born on May 30, 1953 in Houston County, Georgia and is
the son of the late Joe Musselwhite, coach and administrator, deeply committed to excellence in the Houston
County Publiic School System, Warner Robins, Georgia, and the late Nan Musselwhite, an administrative Officer
for Macon State College. He is married to Kyra Harris Musselwhite, who worked as an OB/GYN Nurse at the Houston Medical Center until her
retirement. They have three sons, Jody, Mark, and Tyler. They also have two daughters in law, Jessica and
Jennifer and two grandchildren Cainan and Brooke.
Musselwhite graduated from Warner Robins High School in 1972. He
attended the Carl Vinson Institute at the University of Georgia, graduating in 2011 with certification in
Public Works Management (at both state and national levels). He graduated from the Leadership Robins Regional
Program in 2011. He has earned technology certification from Macon State College. He is a licensed Building
Rehabilitation Inspector. He has Code Enforcement Compliance Training. He has certified training in all
aspects of City Management. He has always resided in the city of Warner Robins and is a member of Southside
Baptist Church and the Believers Life Group.
Joe and his sons Mark, Jody, and Tyler
Musselwhite has received numerous awards and he currently serves as
President of American Public Works Association of Georgia, District 8. He has served as a member and Officer
for the Warner Robins Lions Club. Musselwhite touts his prowess regarding his participation in the WRALL
sports program as a youth. His love for the game led him to coach and mentor youth from the Warner Robins
Community. He continues to be an avid supporter of all High School Athletic Programs and renders his time,
energy, and talent where it is needed to promote positive growth and development in his community's youth.
For Joe Musselwhite, rendering service to his community is a way of life.