Dr. Hurley Miller

Dr. Hurley Miller presently serves on the Ag Workers Mutual Auto Insurance Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He has occupied the position since 2007.

Miller attended Kilgore Jr. College on a football scholarship before transferring and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in range and agronomy from Abilene Christian University. He subsequently completed a master’s degree in education and was awarded his Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education.

During his football career at Abilene Christian, Miller was selected to the Lone Star All-Conference team, named ACU Offensive Player of the Year in 1992 & 1993, and was voted team MVP in 1991. He was inducted into the Kaufman Hall of Fame in 2017 and the Kilgore Sports Jr. College Hall of Fame in 2019.

Miller’s professional life is defined by his work in agricultural extension. He served as an extension agent in McLennan, Tarrant, and Limestone counties, primarily dealing with community development and youth outreach programs like 4-H. In 2005, he transferred to Harris County to serve as extension director, and by February of 2008, was appointed district extension administrator of the North District IV with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Dallas, Texas. Miller was honored with the Superior Service Award by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in 2002, 2003, and 2018 for his contributions. Additionally, he was given the Outstanding Texan Award in Community Service by the Texas Black Caucus in 2003.

Miller currently resides in Grand Prairie and enjoys hunting, fishing, and engaging in various agricultural activities during his leisure time. He is the father of two daughters, Tyniesha and Madeline, and a grandad to Zoey.