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Midway U Board adds three new trustees

As Midway University continues its transformation, three new seasoned professionals are joining the board – Midway MBA Alumnus Dr. Everett “EJ” Horn, M.D. (Frankfort Regional Medical Center), Felicia S. Quigg (More Than a Bakery) and Herbert A. Miller, Jr. (Columbia Gas of Kentucky).

“We are thrilled to have these new members join our board,” said Board Chair, Donna Moore Campbell ’62. “Their backgrounds bring different perspectives and skill sets and we look forward to their input as we continue to position Midway University for the future.”

The three new Midway University Trustees are appointed for four-year terms. Quigg was sworn in at the February 2018 board meeting, Miller will begin his term and get sworn in at the November 2018 meeting and Horn will officially join February 2019.

Dr. Everett J. Horn practices medicine in Frankfort, Lawrenceburg and Versailles and serves as the Chief Medical Officer for the Frankfort Regional Medical Center. His specialty is Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 1989 E.J. graduated with High Distinction from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He received his Master’s in Business Administration from Midway College in 2009.

Herbert A. Miller Jr., of Lexington, Kentucky is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Columbia Gas of Kentucky. A graduate of the University of Kentucky (1972) and its College of Law (1976), Herb has served on numerous civic and charitable boards: Salvation Army, Red Cross, Triangle Foundation, Lexington Industrial Foundation, Prichard Committee, REACH and the LFUCG Board of Adjustment.

He resides in Lexington with his wife, Cyndy Harbett Miller, who recently retired from her teaching duties at the University of Kentucky.

Felicia Quigg, along with her husband Bill, head the Richmond Baking Company. The Quigg family has been part of the management since the company’s founding in 1902.

More Than a Bakery in Versailles, affiliated with the Richmond Baking Company, serves as a manufacturing company which provides cookies, crackers, crumbs, and inclusions to customers ranging from Fortune 100 companies to smaller, regional businesses.

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