Friday, 10 September 2010 12:18
Louisiana Sen. Ken Hollis, The Passing Of A Gentle Man
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As Publishers of Bayoubuzz, allow us to publically pass our personal griefs to and to share our deep sorrows with the family and the friends of Louisiana Senator from Jefferson Parish, Ken Hollis.

While he recently left political office due to term limits, over the past three decades, Senator Hollis has been an institution in Jefferson Parish and has helped build the Parish and the State of Louisiana.

We have known Ken Hollis to be most energetic, understanding, gracious and a true gentle man.

We personally will miss his presence and know that many others share our thoughts towards him and our best wishes and regards to those who mourn his passing.

Signed,

Althea and Stephen Sabludowsy

Publishers of Bayoubuzz.com

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