Freed-Hardeman announces finalists for Mr. and Miss FHU


Mr. and Miss FHU will be appointed April 14, 2022during the chapel of the Loyd Auditorium.

HENDERSON, Tenn., April 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Freed–Hardeman University will honor Mr. and Miss FHU Thursday, April 14, 2022at 10:30 a.m. during the regularly scheduled chapel service held in Loyd Auditorium. Eight senior students, nominated by faculty and staff and selected by popular vote of their peers, were chosen as finalists for the honor.

In the running for the title of Miss FHU are Anniston Butler, Susanna Grady, cece spencer and Kaylee Wadlington. The suitors for Mr. FHU are Noah Davis, Brooks Jackson, Cameron Miller and John Allen Thomas. The winners will be announced during the special program of the chapel.

Butler is a major company in Lawrenceburg, TN. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and a Masters of Business Administration through FHU’s dual degree program. She is a team leader on the campus delegate team, a member of the Society of Future Marketers, and a leader of the Xi Chi Delta Social Club.

Grady has a degree in biochemistry from Murray, Kentucky. She is currently the Makin’ Music 45 Coordinator, Interface Leader, Honors Program Member, and President of the Sigma Rho Social Club. She is the second woman in the history of the club to have been elected to this post.

Spencer, of Martin, TN, is a family science major. She is a member of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society and an officer of the Phi Kappa Alpha Social Club.

Wadlington is a Special Education and Elementary Education major of Cadiz, Kentucky. She is vice president of the Student Government Association and a member of the campus delegate team, the college choir, the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, and the Chi Beta Chi Social Club.

From Leander, Texas, Davis is pursuing a degree in Biblical Studies/Youth and Family Ministry. He is a member of the campus delegate team and honor society of National Alpha Chi College and an officer of the Xi Chi Delta Social Club.

Jackson, of Florence, Alabama, is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. He is twice the host of Makin’ Music and a member of the Xi Chi Delta Social Club.

Miller, of Winchester, Virginia, is in his second term as President of the Student Government Association. A member of the Xi Chi Delta Social Club, he is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.

Thomas, of Colombia, Tennessee, held various positions at the Phi Kappa Alpha Social Club and represented his class in Homecoming royalty. He specializes in Bible studies/youth ministry.

“This centuries-old tradition, which dates back to 1940, enables the campus community to celebrate our students and those who best represent the ideals inherent in our mission,” Chris Rameydirector of alumni engagement, said.

The mission of Freed–Hardeman University is to help students develop their God-given talents for His glory by giving them an education that integrates Christian faith, scholarship, and service. With locations in Henderson, Memphis and dickson, FHU offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, honors, and doctoral degrees. More information is available at

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