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· Tyson Foods lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery
· Tyson Foods vice president elected chairman of US poultry council
Tyson Foods lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery
KSPR (MO) - Jun 17, 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) The family of a lobbyist shot multiple times during a Republican baseball practice outside Washington says he has undergone additional surgery and doctors expect a full recovery.
In a statement Saturday, Matt Mika's family says he will remain in the intensive care unit at George Washington University Hospital at least through the weekend. They say he is able to communicate through notes, and signed the game ball from Friday's congressional baseball game.
Mika, a Michigan native, was one of five people shot when a gunman opened fire Wednesday as the Republican team practiced in Alexandria, Virginia. His family said Thursday he had suffered "massive trauma" and was "lucky to be alive."
Mika is a lobbyist for Tyson...
Tyson Foods vice president elected chairman of US poultry council
By Oscar Rousseau, GlobalMeatNews
Marc Killebrew, vice president of international sales at Tyson Foods has been elected chairman of the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council (USAPEEC), succeeding former incumbent Steve Monroe.
He will head up the 30-strong USAPEEC boardroom, which sets policy and direction for the organisation’s sole effort to promote and increase efforts of poultry and egg products.
Killebrew told GlobalMeatNews that it was “a great honour” to be elected USAPEEC chairman at a recent conference in Cancun, Mexico...