Kasi Provstgaard Miller attended Dixie College from 1994-96. These two years were spent earning her associate’s degree and gaining many milestones and great memories. She met and married her husband, Kenny Miller, she danced with the Rebelettes, and will never forget Max Rose swearing he could still do the jump splits.
Kasi went on to pursue her education at Southern Utah University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business and Family and Consumer Science with an Interior Design emphasis.
She immediately launched into the career world under the mentorship of Michael Rennick with Casafina Interior Design. This paved the inroads for Kasi to begin her own design business ranging from residential homes, commercial properties, weddings, to trade shows with clients throughout the Western United States.
Despite garnering high-end clientele and projects, Kasi still values the relationships with clients and fellow craftsmen above all. “Those relationships are far greater than any award could provide. I love making clients’ homes come alive and creating a space were they are comfortable and happy,” she said. “I love the working relationships that I have developed with many people in the community. There are so many talented craftsmen that all take great pride in their work. I am in the business of making friends and I love what I do.”
Kasi and Kenny live in St. George raising their three children and pursuing their careers where it all started 20 years ago. “When we were here at Dixie we pressed our hands in wet sidewalk cement and those handprints are still here on campus. We were blessed to be born and raised in this beautiful community. Now we get to raise our kids here, and be surround by people that we love. It’s exactly right where we want to be.”
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