Keith A. Holloway was appointed to the University of Missouri Board of Curators in 2021 by Governor Mike Parson.
Holloway is founder and owner of Professional Packaging, incorporated in 1992, a regional pallet brokerage in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Holloway was born and raised in Poplar Bluff, Missouri returning there after college to engage in family real estate brokerage and development business. He entered the pallet business in 1983 with Libla Industries, a pallet manufacturer in Wayne County, Missouri.
Holloway is a member and Legislative Action Committee member of the Missouri Forest Products Association. He is a commercial real estate investor and manager in Cape Girardeau county and Wayne & Butler counties in Missouri. From 1997 – 2005, he was founding member and former Board Chair of PECO Pallet, Inc., a national pallet rental and logistics company.
Holloway is a Board member of Three Rivers Endowment Trust and ERASE Foundation. He is a member and former officer of University of Missouri Extension Council for Cape Girardeau County since 2012 and a member of St. Andrew Lutheran Church. Holloway is an active fundraiser for Boy Scouts and several youth sports teams in the community.
In 1976, Holloway received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Missouri – Columbia.