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Miranda Beth Binion, daughter of L-105 member Jesse Binion, graduated with honors from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine.

Union scholarship winner to practice internal medicine

MIRANDA BETH BINION graduated May 12 with honors from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine Degree. She is the daughter of Sheila Flaugher Binion and Jesse F. Binion, a 29–year member of Local 105 (Chillicothe, Ohio), and granddaughter of retired Local 105 members Jack Binion and the late Ed Flaugher.

Once she completes her three-year residency at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center, Dr. Binion plans to practice internal medicine near her hometown of Grayson, Ky.

Dr. Binion was a 1999 recipient of the Local 105 Don Storey Scholarship Award and a $4,000 Union Plus Scholarship winner. Her sister, Jessica, earned the Local 105 scholarship in 1997.

Locals  L-105
Reporter  V47N3
Published on the Web: July 17, 2008

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