Dr. Kenneth Quick was born in Kosciusko, MS, but grew up in Carthage, MS where he attended and graduated from Carthage High School.
He attended East Central Junior College for one year and then attended MS State University where he graduated with a B.S. in Dairy Science. He then entered Aurburn University School of Veterinary Medicine, in which he graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1975.
After graduation, he worked at Odom's Animal Clinic in Laurel, MS and later worked in Calhoun City, MS. He moved to Kosciusko in 1977 where he established and opened the County Medical Clinic in 1977 in which all animals are seen.
In 1981, he married Diane McDaniel Frazure from Kosciusko and they have four daughters, which all attended and graduated from the Kosciusko School District.
He was elected to the Kosciusko School District Board of Education in 1993, where he has held different positions. Having been elected for several terms, he is presently beginning a new 5 year term on the board.
Dr. Kenneth Quick