Baton Rouge, LA- Today, Governor Jeff Landry appointed the following members to serve as Alderman for the city of St. George. 
District 1, Steven Monachello
District 2, Ryan Heck
District 3, Max Himmel
Council Member, Richie Edmonds 
Council Member, Patty Cook
“Each of these folks have been heavily involved with the incorporation effort and are dedicated to ensuring the success of the city of St. George. I am confident in their leadership and am looking forward to the work they will accomplish alongside Mayor Yates and Police Chief Morris,” said Governor Jeff Landry.
Alderman Steven Monachello
Steven retired in 2018 from a career in criminal justice with over 40 years of service. He served as a full-time deputy with EBRSO then continued his career with the LSP. After five years with LSP, Steven became a special agent with the DEA. He finished his career and retired from the DEA as a group supervisor. After his retirement, he began a second career with the US Department of Homeland Security as a special agent assigned to a FEMA Fraud Task Force. Today, he works as a federal background investigator where he does work with the US Department of State and the US Bureau of ATF. Steve received his BS in criminal justice and MPA from LSU. He and his wife, Mary have three daughters, six grandchildren, and one great grandchild. 
Alderman Ryan Heck
Ryan served as an EBR Metro Council member from 2012-2016. He is an entrepreneur and an investor in a number of startups in the agriculture, aquaculture, power generation, disaster recovery, and tech industries. Ryan received his BS in construction management and his MBA from LSU. He and his wife, Loredana, have been married for 17 years and have two children. 
Alderman Max Himmel
Max started Himmel Architectural Door and Hardware Company in 1973. This company is a top five architectural door supplier in the US. He sold the business in 2016 but remains an advisor to the company. Max and his wife, Micelle, have two sons and a daughter.
Alderman at-large Richie Edmonds
Richie is a dedicated businessowner and leader in the community. He spends much of his time working to grow his company, Vertical Construction. Richie is also a licensed contractor with the Louisiana State Board of Contractors and a licensed real estate agent. He and his family are active members of Healing Place Church. Richie and his wife, Holly, have three children. 
Alderman at-large Patty Cook
Patty is an active member of the community, where she spends time as a substitute teacher at the LSU Lab School. She was previously the office manager for the Louisiana Parent-Teacher Association. Patty received her BA in English from LSU. She and her husband, Trey, have been married for over 30 years and have two daughters.