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Lee Enterprises Names Timothy Millage As CFO - Quick Facts

Lee Enterprises Inc. (LEE), a provider of news, information and advertising in 49 markets, has selected Corporate Controller Timothy Millage as vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. Millage succeeds Ron Mayo, who resigned in June of this year.

Lee Executive Chairman Mary Junck said Millage's experience and success with the company have equipped him for his new role.

Millage joined Lee in 2010 as assistant corporate controller. He was named the company's corporate controller in 2012. Prior to joining Lee, Millage was an audit manager with Deloitte, LLP, after serving as a senior auditor.

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