Miller Milling Company, one of the largest flour milling companies in the U.S., today announced that Jeffrey Hole, previously director of milling for Grain Craft in Mission, Kansas, has been named to the position of vice president of operations. He succeeds Jeffrey Thomas, who has been named the Company’s president and CEO.
The Company issued the following comment:
“We’re pleased that Jeff is joining our Company. He has an extensive record of accomplishment and experience in the milling industry and will apply those assets to make sure our customers receive the quality, reliability and service they – and we – expect. He is joining a strong and capable management team and his commitment to putting customers first matches our own.”
For more than two decades, Hole has held a variety of production and managerial positions in the milling industry, including head miller, milling superintendent, plant manager, and director of plant administration for Cereal Food Processors, Inc., milling superintendent at Grain Millers, Inc. and director of milling for Grain Craft.
Hole currently serves as vice president of the International Association of Operative Millers where he is responsible for overseeing preparations for the Association’s 2018 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. He is expected to serve as the Association’s president from 2018-2019.
Hole earned a bachelor’s degree in milling science and a master’s degree in agribusiness at Kansas State University, in Manhattan, Kansas and is a native of Wichita, Kansas.
Vice President – Administration