Cpl. Milburn greets Vice President Pence in Lexington

Published 1:30 pm Thursday, March 14, 2019

STAFF REPORT
The Interior Journal

Corporal Jonathan Milburn of Military Police Company Alpha was invited by the White House to greet Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to Lexington to campaign for Governor Matt Bevin.

Pence came to speak at the Republican Party fundraiser to support Governor Bevin’s re-election. The event was held at the Aviation Museum of Kentucky.

Upon meeting Corporal Milburn, Vice President Pence thanked him for his service and told Milburn he has a Marine in the family and Semper Fi.

Corporal Milburn, 27, and a Military Policeman in the United States Marine Corps, responded by thanking Vice President Pence and his family for their service, and advised Mr. Pence he was praying for them.

Corporal Milburn and his wife, Breanna, are residents of Stanford. Milburn, a 2009 graduate of Danville High School, is the son of David and Julie Milburn and the grandson of Orlis and Becky Sparkman and Ruth Hatter.