Joseph Sloan "Joe" Bonsall, Jr. (born May 18, 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) known professionally as Joe Bonsall is a member of the Oak Ridge Boys, since 1973 and an author. In 1997, Joe released a four-part children's book series titled The Molly Books and in 2003 published GI Joe and Lillie, a book about his parents' lives during and after World War II: Joseph Sloan Bonsall, Sr (1925-2001), and Lillie Maude Collins (1924-2001). Both are buried at Arlington National Cemetery. His younger sister Nancy Marie was born on August 24, 1953. Besides charting several hits as a member of the Oak Ridge Boys, Bonsall has a solo chart credit alongside the band Sawyer Brown in their 1986 single "Out Goin' Cattin'", on which he was credited as "Cat Joe Bonsall".