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Governor Re-Appoints Forrest City Woman to ASU Board

JANUARY 12, 2006 - Posted at 2:28 p.m. CST

 

JONESBORO, AR - Governor Mike Huckabee today announced that he has re-appointed Florine Tousant Milligan of Forrest City to Arkansas State University's Board of Trustees.

Dr. Les Wyatt, president of ASU, said "All of us at Arkansas State University are pleased that Mrs. Milligan has accepted this continuing role of service to the University and higher education.  We are grateful for her counsel and advice, her leadership skills, and her loyalty to her alma mater."  Wyatt added, "We look forward to our continuing association with Mrs. Milligan."

The trustees serve staggered five-year terms.  First appointed in 2001, Milligan will now serve until January of 2011.

She has served during the past year as the board's Chair.

 

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