Friday, 06 July 2012 08:14
Jindal makes major Louisiana board, commissions, authority appointments
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jindal-differenceToday, Governor Bobby Jindal made major board, commissions and government authority announcements which include the appointment of Jefferson Parish President John Young to the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, appointments of levee districts, port commissions and more.

Here are the listings as of 6:07 pm, Friday July 6:

 

Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority

Jefferson Parish President John Young

Appointments to the Louisiana Physical Therapy Board

Kristinia Lounsberry, of Lake Charles, is the Owner of Industrial Strength Work Rehab Center.  Lounsberry will be appointed to serve as a physical therapist who possesses an unrestricted license to practice physical therapy and who has been practicing in the state for no less than three years, as required by statute.

Gerald LeGlue, of Alexandria, is the Owner of LeGlue Physical Medicine Clinic.  LeGlue will be reappointed to serve as a physician who possesses an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state and who specializes in the practice of orthopedic surgery or the practice of physiatry nominated by the Louisiana State Medical Society, as required by statute.

Governor’s Advisory Board of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Curtis Hooks, of Shreveport, is a retired middle school principal in the Caddo Parish School System with over three decades of experience.  Hooks will be reappointed to serve as a volunteer who works with delinquents or potential delinquents, as required by statute.

The Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council

Randy Gautreau, of Gonzales, is a construction manager for Acadian Builders.  Gautreau will be appointed to serve as an at-large gubernatorial appointee, as required by statute.

Appointments to the Red River, Atchafalaya, and Bayou Boeuf Levee District:

 

Chris Roy, of Alexandria, is the Principal of Chris J. Roy, Jr. Law Corporation.  Roy will be appointed to serve as a representative of Rapides Parish nominated by the legislative delegation, as required by statute.

 

Keith Lacombe, of Marksville, is a wheat and soybean farmer and a former member of the Avoyelles Parish Police Jury.  Lacombe will be reappointed to serve as a representative of Avoyelles Parish nominated by the legislative delegation, as required by statute.

Reappointments to the Lafitte Area Independent Levee District:

Barron Burmaster, of Crown Point, is the Executive Assistant District Attorney for the 24th Judicial District in Jefferson Parish.  Burmaster will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee who was nominated by the governing authority of Jean Lafitte and the legislative delegation from the area, as required by statute.

Dena Frickey, of Lafitte, is an assistant professor of mathematics at Delgado Community College’s west bank campus. Frickey will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee who was nominated by the governing authority of Jean Lafitte and the legislative delegation from the area, as required by statute.

Tim Kerner, of Lafitte, has served as the Mayor of Lafitte since 1991.  Kerner will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee who was nominated by the governing authority of Jean Lafitte and the legislative delegation from the area, as required by statute.

Allen Moore, of Barataria, is currently a partner in Reeled Tubing, Inc. Moore will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee who was nominated by the governing authority of Jean Lafitte and the legislative delegation from the area, as required by statute.

Grand Isle Port Commission

Ambrose Besson, of Grand Isle, is a retired police man.  Besson was nominated for reappointment by the mayor and aldermen of the Town of Grand Isle, as required by statute.

Andy Galliano, of Grand Isle, is a charter fisherman and a member of the Grand Isle Board of Adjustments.  Galliano was nominated for reappointment by the mayor and alderman of the Town of Grand Isle, as required by statute.

Terry Pizani, of Grand Isle, is a commercial fisherman and a member of the Louisiana Shrimp Association.  Pizani was nominated for reappointment by the mayor and alderman of the Town of Grand Isle, as required by statute.

 

Robert “Bob” Sevin, of Grand Isle, is retired from the marketing industry, is a board member of the Friends of Grand Isle, and is the President of the Grand Isle Speckled Trout Rodeo.  Sevin was nominated for reappointment by the mayor and alderman of the Town of Grand Isle, as required by statute.

 

Perry Chighizola, of Grand Isle, is the Owner of Blue Water Sports.  Chighizola was nominated for appointment by the mayor and alderman of the Town of Grand Isle, as required by statute.

 

Appointments to the Caddo Levee District:

 

James Adger, of Shreveport, is the Owner of Gold Point Plantation.  Adger will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Carolyn Prator, of Shreveport, is the former Chairman of the Riverfront Development Committee and is a founder and former president of Scenic Louisiana.  Prator will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee, as required by statute. 

 

Stephen Roberts, of Shreveport, is the Vice President of Roberts, Cherry and Company.  Roberts will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

James Sims, of Oil City, is the Pastor of Lake Zion Baptist Church and is the Mayor-Pro Tem and Alderman of the Town of Oil City.  Sims will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Tommy Stinson, of Belcher, is the Vice President of Stinson Farms.  Stinson will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Willie Washington, of Belcher, is a veteran of the United States Army and a retired employee of the United States Office of Personnel Management.  Washington will be reappointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute.

 

Harold White, of Shreveport, is the former Finance Director for Feist-Weiller Cancer Center.  White will be appointed to serve as a gubernatorial appointee residing in Caddo Parish, as required by statute. 

 

Appointments to the Board of Commissioners of the Lafourche Basin Levee District:

 

Leonce “LJ” Carmouche, of Belle Rose, is the President of Carmouche Planting Corporation.  Carmouche will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the district’s legislative delegation as an at-large member, as required by statute.

 

Joseph Dantin, of Luling, is the President of Bayou Home Improvements.  Dantin will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the St. Charles Parish’s legislative delegation, as required by statute.

 

Mike Mckinney of Donaldsonville, is a local school board member.  Mckinney will be appointed to serve as a member nominated by the Ascension Parish legislative delegation, as required by statute.

 

Robert LeBlanc, of Labadieville, is a registered nurse at D’ville House Nursing Home.  LeBLanc will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the Assumption Parish legislative delegation, as required by statute.

 

Russell Loupe, of Luling, is a retired electrician.  Loupe will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the St. Charles Parish legislative delegation, as required by statute.

 

Marlin Rogers, of Luling, is employed with the St. Charles Parish District Attorney’s Office. Rogers will be appointed to serve as a member nominated by the district’s legislative delegation as an at-large member, as required by statute.

 

Bill Sirmon, Jr., of Luling, is a public relations specialist for River Bank Landfill.  Sirmon will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the district’s legislative delegation as an at-large member, as required by statute.

 

Wayne Waguespack, of Vacherie, is the Owner of Vacherie Mart, Inc., a heating and cooling equipment company.  Waguespack will be reappointed to serve as a member nominated by the St. James Parish legislative delegation, as required by statute.


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