In a tragic accident while vacationing with friends on spring break in Cancun, Mexico, Kayley Hue Milor, at the age of 22, passed away on 22 March 2022 and was Born on 24 January 2000 in Rockville, Maryland. Ron Milor, Jr. and Tien Milor are the parents of Kayley. Kayley grew up in Urbana, Maryland. When she was a youth and excelled in school, she played softball and lacrosse in middle school. She was graduated in 2018 from Urbana High School,
Kayley Milor Passion–
Where she found her passion for running and being part of the team, from cross-country to indoor and outdoor track, she ran during all 12 seasons of her high school years, and she was the captain of the team in her junior and senior years. One of her proudest moments was breaking a 6-minute mile in the Frederick County championships as a freshman. She always supported teammates and uplifted others, helping them be the best they could be, even when Kayley Milor was injured and couldn’t participate. She got an award for Most Dedicated and was a Frederick County Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete nominee.
Kayley Milor details her studies-
Kayley Milor, in this, may set to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology and a minor in business, and she had been accepted to the Doctor of Physical Therapy program fall cohort at the University of Maryland’s School of Medicine. During her time at UMD, Kayley interned at many locations for Pivot Physical Therapy and was a part of the sports medicine team, working with the UMD football program. She was extremely passionate about helping others. She feels good to help others, and that desire was evident in the time and effort she put into her studies.
She was an outstanding student in the University Honors program and met the academic criteria to graduate magna cum laude, with a 3.933 GPA. She will get a Bachelor of Science degree with university honors posthumously from the School of Public Health. For her outstanding achievements, leadership, and devotion to public health, she will also be honored as a 2022 inductee of the school’s Delta Omega Public Health Honorary Society.
Viewing and funeral arrangements for Kayley Milor ❤️ Continued prayers to this amazing family as they mourn the loss of their beautiful daughter and sister. pic.twitter.com/WEM72sutgl
— Shannon Boorstein (@ShannyLou929) March 24, 2022
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