Floyd S. “Trey” Mills III was born on April 24, 1978. His parents Floyd S. “Butch” Mills, Jr and Patricia Yarborough Mills were originally from Newberry, South Carolina and soon after his birth Trey’s parents brought him back to be raised in the same county they grew up in.
Trey attended Newberry Academy from grades K-3, Gallman Elementary 4th grade, Rikard Elementary 5-6th grade, Mid-Carolina Middle and High School, Clemson University, and Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.
While Trey was a junior in high school he was chosen by his school to be a representative to Boys State. This was a great honor and would have been an even better experience except that while at Boys State Trey became unusually ill with blackouts, night sweats, and back pain. Fortunately for Trey his mother was an ER nurse at Lexington Medical Center but unfortunately for Trey that did not change his diagnosis of Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Along with his diagnosis Trey received a prognosis of two weeks.
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