Detroit bids a good man farewell

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    The Michigan Chronicle expresses its deepest sympathy to Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3) founders Paul Huxley and Cindy Pasky and the entire S3 family on the death of father and friend, Frank Huxley.

    The 93 year-old trailblazer was a World War II pilot, who served as First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt’s personal pilot following the war. The hard-working veteran later held jobs as a Detroit Public Schools science teacher and a nurse. He also served as a Scoutmaster, enriching the lives of the many young men he mentored.

    Mr. Huxley is survived by his sons, Paul Huxley, former S3 CFO and current board chairman; Ken Huxley, a commissioned colonel in the Air Force who currently is a senior recruiter at S3; and Mike Huxley, vice president of Human Resources at S3; Dave Huxley and Tom Huxley.

    Paul Huxley’s wife, Cindy Pasky, is president and CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions.

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