Knoxville Man Named to FHU Board of Trustees
A Knoxville businessman has been named to the Freed-Hardeman University Board of Trustees, according to Joe Wiley, FHU president. Bill Mulligan will begin his work with the board immediately.
Mulligan is vice president of development, facilities and environmental compliance for Pilot Travel Centers LLC. He has been employed by Pilot for the past 17 years. He holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering technology from Texas A&M.
Mulligan was a deacon at Karns Church of Christ for approximately 10 years. In addition, he sometimes preaches and teaches for Church of Christ at the Beaches in Overstreet, Fla. He and his wife Debbi have two children, Colton and Casey.
“I am pleased Bill Mulligan has accepted the invitation to serve on our Board of Trustees,” Wiley said. “His business expertise will be an invaluable resource for us as we seek to provide an excellent Christian education for the young people who come our way. I look forward to working with him.”
The FHU Board of Trustees, comprised of 33 men and women, is the governing body of the liberal arts school affiliated with churches of Christ. The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to offer bachelor’s, master’s and specialist’s degrees. It is consistently ranked in the top tier of regional universities in the South by “U.S. News and World Report.”