Marty moved to the county as a small child when his father was stationed at Ft. Belvoir. He attended Prince William County schools Kilby Elementary, Fred Lynn Middle School, and Woodbridge Senior High School.
Supervisor Nohe has a bachelor’s degree in economics from George Mason University and is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. Currently, he is the president of Appliance Connection, a Woodbridge-based, family-owned retail appliance store.
The Nohes actively volunteer for and support a number of organizations that further the cause of child safety and welfare. They are recipients of the 2006 Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute Angels in Adoption Award for their advocacy on behalf of children in foster care and efforts to encourage domestic adoption, and served as Northern Virginia Co-Chairs for the VirginiaAdopts Initiative.
The Nohes belong to Sacred Heart Catholic Church in the mid-county area.
Marty Nohe represents the citizens of the Coles Magisterial District on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. He was elected to this position in November 2003 and was chosen by his colleagues on the Board to serve as the Vice Chairman for calendar year 2007, and again in 2012. Prior to his election as Supervisor, Marty served as an elected member of the Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District from 2002-2003.
Marty serves on a number of boards and committees that work at the local, regional and state level including: