St. Louis – Millennium Digital Media Systems said Friday that chairman and chief strategic officer Kelvin Westbrook was resigning as of Oct. 5.
The cable provider said Westbrook indicated he will be pursuing his public board activities as well as other business and personal interests.
“We thank Kelvin for his years of outstanding service to the Company,” CEO Bill Shreffler said in a statement. “His contributions over the years have been critical to the formation and success of Millennium, and we wish him the very best in all future endeavors.”
Westbrook, who was one of the founders of the 120,000-subscriber cable firm a decade ago, had been president until the firm hired Schreffler, a former Charter Communications executive, a year ago.
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