BATON ROUGE - Today, Governor John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to several Louisiana boards and commissions.

Gov. Edwards announced the following appointments:

Group Benefits Policy and Planning Board

Jeremy R. Jackson, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Group Benefits Policy and Planning Board. Mr. Jackson is an insurance agent with State Farm and holds licenses in Property and Casualty Insurance and Health and Life Insurance.

 

Pontchartrain Levee District

Ricky P. Bosco, of Destrehan, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Bosco is the President of Bosco Bros., LLC, and will continue to serve as a representative of St. Charles Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Bosco was nominated by a legislator representing St. Charles Parish.

Percy Hebert Jr., of St. Gabriel, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Hebert is a retired maintenance coordinator with Syngenta Crop Protection and will continue to serve as a representative of Iberville Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Bosco was nominated by a legislator representing Iberville Parish.

Jerry P. Savoy, of St. Amant, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Savoy is a maintenance supervisor with Occidental Chemical and will continue to serve as a representative of Ascension Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Savoy was nominated by a legislator representing Ascension Parish

Steven C. Wilson, of Destrehan, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Wilson is a retired environmental assurance worker at Shell Oil Company. He will serve as an at-large representative.

Allen J. St. Pierre Sr., of Reserve, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. St. Pierre is retired and will continue to serve as a representative of St. John the Baptist Parish. As required by statute, Mr. St. Pierre was nominated by a legislator representing St. John the Baptist Parish.

Patrick W. Bell Sr., of Duplessis, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Bell is retired and will continue to serve as a representative of the Louisville, New Orleans, and Texas Railway Company.

Leonard C. “L.C.” Irvin Sr., of Darrow, was reappointed to the Pontchartrain Levee District. Mr. Irvin is a Major with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office and will continue to serve as a representative of the Illinois Central Railroad Company.

 

Acadiana Area Human Services District

Elizabeth F. West, of Pine Prairie, was appointed to the Acadiana Area Human Services District. Ms. West is an Associate Editor at the Ville Platte Gazette and will serve as a caregiver of a consumer of services.

 

Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority

Deborah L. Thomas, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority. Ms. Thomas is the owner of Moss Side Counseling Services, LLC, and will serve as a member with significant experience and knowledge in the area of prevention. As required by statute, Ms. Thomas was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers, Inc.

Catherine M. Lemieux, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority. Ms. Lemieux is a Professor of Social Work at Louisiana State University’s School of Social Work and will serve as an at-large member. As required by statute, Ms. Lemieux was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers, Inc.

Roy F. Baas, of West Monroe, was reappointed to the Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority. Mr. Baas is a licensed addiction counselor with Ouachita & Still Waters Counseling, LLC and will serve as an at-large member. As required by statute, Mr. Baas was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers, Inc.

Paul M. Schoen, of Covington, was reappointed to the Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority. Mr. Schoen is a licensed addiction counselor and will serve as a member with significant experience and knowledge in the area of compulsive gambling. As required by statute, Mr. Schoen was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers, Inc.

 

Parish Boards of Election Supervisors

Dawn C. Collins, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the East Baton Rouge Parish Board of Election Supervisors. Ms. Collins is the sole proprietor of Cogent Concepts and Project Management, LLC.

 

Board of Examiners of Bar Pilots for the Port of New Orleans

Christopher J. Blache, of Madisonville, was appointed to the Board of Examiners of Bar Pilots for the Port of New Orleans. Captain Blache is a Pilot with the Associated Branch Pilots of the Port of New Orleans. He received his first class Pilot’s license from the U.S. Coast Guard in 2003 and his Bar Pilot Commission in 2006.

Robert E. Bean Jr., of Covington, was appointed to the Board of Examiners of Bar Pilots for the Port of New Orleans. Captain Bean is a Pilot with the Associated Branch Pilots of the Port of New Orleans. He received his Pilot’s License from the U.S. Coast Guard in 1989 and his Bar Pilot Commission in 1991.

 

Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors 

Kenneth R. “Ken” Dugas, of Denham Springs, was reappointed to the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors. Mr. Dugas is the President of Pharma-Safe and will continue serve as a licensed distributor. As required by statute, he was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Wholesale Drug Distributors.

Robert V. Broadus, of Madisonville, was reappointed to the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors. Mr. Broadus is the Director of State Government Affairs at Allergan, Inc., and will continue to serve as a member engaged in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. As required by statute, Mr. Broadus was nominated by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.

Trion P. Horgan, of Ponchatoula, was appointed to the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors. Mr. Horgan is an operations manager with Stryker Orthopaedics and will serve as a member who is actively engaged in the medical device industry.

Michael K. “Mike” Davis, of Lacombe, was reappointed to the Louisiana Board of Drug and Device Distributors. Mr. Davis is the Emergency Response Director of Airgas and was nominated by the Louisiana Association of Wholesale Drug Distributors.

 

Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board

Darleen Jacobs Levy, of New Orleans, was reappointed to the Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board. Ms. Levy is an attorney and licensed auctioneer. She will serve as a representative of the 3rd Public Service Commission District.

 

Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners

Edward J. Robinson Sr., of New Orleans, was appointed to the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners. Mr. Robinson is the owner of L & R Security Services Inc. and will serve as an at-large member of the Board.

Mark A. Williams, of Port Allen, was reappointed to the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners. Mr. Williams is a qualifying agent with TMI Security Services and will serve as the representative of the 2nd Public Service Commission District.

Marian H. Pierre, of New Orleans, was appointed to the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners. Ms. Pierre is the CEO of Crescent Guardian, Inc., and will serve as the representative of the 3rd Public Service Commission District. 

Wilbert Sanders Jr., of Forest Hill, was appointed to the Louisiana State Board of Private Security Examiners. Mr. Sanders is the owner and manager of Kingdom Security, LLC, and will serve as the representative of the 4th Public Service Commission District.

 

Iberia Parish Levee, Hurricane, and Conservation District

Roy A. Pontiff, of New Iberia, was appointed to the Iberia Parish Levee, Hurricane, and Conservation District. Mr. Pontiff is retired and formerly served as executive director of the Port of Iberia. Mr. Pontiff will serve as the representative of the Iberia Parish Port Commission.

 

Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training

James P. “Jay” Lemoine, of Colfax, was reappointed to the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Mr. Lemoine is the District Attorney for the 35th Judicial District Grant Parish and will serve as one of two district attorneys on the Council.

Rodney G. Arbuckle, of Stonewall, was reappointed to the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Sheriff Arbuckle is the sheriff of DeSoto Parish and will serve as one of three sheriffs on the Council.

Stephen W. Prator, of Shreveport, was reappointed to the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Sheriff Prator is the sheriff of Caddo Parish and will serve as one of three sheriffs on the Council.

Barry G. Bonner, of Sterlington, was reappointed to the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Chief Bonner is the chief of police of the Town of Sterlington and will serve as one of three police chiefs on the Council.

Hillar C. Moore, III, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Council on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Mr. Moore is the District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District. He will serve as one of two district attorneys on the Council.

 

Louisiana Forestry Commission

William A. “Bill” Jenkins, of Angie, was appointed to the Louisiana Forestry Commission. Mr. Jenkins is the owner of Bill Jenkins Forestry Services.

 

Council for the Development of French in Louisiana

Stephen J. Ortego, of Carencro, was appointed to the Council for the Development of French in Louisiana. Mr. Ortego is a self-employed architect and a former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives.

 

Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission

Christopher L. Mixon, of Lafayette, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Mr. Mixon is a Developmental Editor and an Emergency Medical Services Provider with Acadian Ambulance Service, Inc., and will serve as a licensed EMT on the Commission.

Tammy L. Gray, of Benton, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Ms. Gray is the Assistant Director – Paramedic and licensed EMT with Balentine Ambulance Service, Inc., and will serve as a licensed EMT on the Commission.

Jeffrey W. Watson, of Bossier City, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Mr. Watson is the Chief of Emergency Medical Services with the Bossier City Fire Department and will serve as an EMS Administrator representing the public sector on the Commission.

Marcus R. Majors Jr., of Melville, was reappointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Mr. Majors is the General Manager and CEO of Med Express Ambulance Service, Inc., and will serve as an EMS Administrator representing the private sector on the Commission.

Jeffrey S. Kuo, M.D., of New Orleans, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Dr. Kuo is the Medical Director of Ochsner Flight Care, the Medical Director of St. Charles Parish Hospital EMS, the Medical Director of Ochsner Regional Referral Center, the Airway Management Physician for the New Orleans Saints, and the Senior Staff Physician at Ochsner’s Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Kuo was nominated by the Louisiana State Medical Society and will serve as a physician engaged in the practice of emergency medical services.

Travis R. Schultze, of Bossier City, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Mr. Schultze is a Flight Nurse with Life Air Rescue. He was nominated by and will serve as a representative of the Louisiana Emergency Nurses Association.

Barbara B. Sellers, of Bossier City, was appointed to the Louisiana Emergency Medical Services Certification Commission. Ms. Sellers is a Captain and EMS Supervisor with the Shreveport Fire Department. She was nominated by and will serve as a representative of the Professional Firefighters Association of Louisiana.

 

Fifth Louisiana Levee District

Clark H. Hill, of Tallulah, was appointed to the Fifth Louisiana Levee District. Mr. Hill is the owner of Clark Hill Farms and will serve as a representative of Madison Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Hill was nominated by a legislator representing Madison Parish.

 

Parish Boards of Election Supervisors

Chris J. Lemoine, of Cottonport, was appointed to the Avoyelles Parish Board of Election Supervisors. Mr. Lemoine is the manager of Robert Lemoine Building Supply.

 

Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District

Daniel J. Walker, of Houma, was appointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Walker is an attorney with Watkins, Walker, Eroche & Hoychick and was nominated by a legislator representing a district within the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District, as required by statute.

Carl J. Chauvin Sr., of Chauvin, was reappointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Chauvin is a Fleet Maintenance Superintendent with TPCG and was nominated by a legislator representing a district within the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District, as required by statute.

Jack W. Moore, of Montegut, was reappointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Moore is a Risk Manager with the Terrebonne Parish School Board. As required by statute, Mr. Moore was nominated by the Terrebonne Parish President and will serve as a representative of the area south of the Intracoastal Canal.

Anthony J. “Tony” Alford, of Houma, was reappointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Alford is a part owner and insurance agent with ASLR. As required by statute, Mr. Alford was nominated by the Terrebonne Parish President and will serve as a representative of the area north of the Intracoastal Canal.

Walton J. “Buddy” Daisy Jr., of Houma, was reappointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Daisy is the owner of Buddy’s Seafood, Inc., and was nominated by a legislator representing a district within the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District, as required by statute.

Tenner P. Cenac, of Houma, was appointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Cenac is an operations manager with Gulf Oceanic Marine Contractors and was nominated by a legislator representing a district within the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District, as required by statute.

D. Troy Johnson, of Chauvin, was appointed to the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District. Mr. Johnson is a retired conductor and a former professional football player with the NFL. He was nominated by a legislator representing a district within the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District, as required by statute.

 

Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission

Kenneth M. “Mike” Smith, of Winnfield, was appointed to the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Smith is the President of P K Smith Motors and a former State Senator. Mr. Smith will serve as a representative of the 4th Motor Vehicle Commission District.

Gregory A. Lala, of Mandeville, was appointed to the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Lala is the CEO of Dixie RV SuperStores. He will serve as a representative of the 1st Motor Vehicle Commission District and a member who is primarily engaged in the business of recreational vehicle sales.

 

Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission

Travis M. Medine, of Port Allen, was reappointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Medine is a managing partner of Medine Farms, Inc. He was nominated by and will serve as Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation’s representative from the West side of the Mississippi River.

Hall L. Davis IV, of Bueche, was appointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Davis is the president and manager of Hall Davis and Son. He will serve as a representative of West Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Hall was nominated by a legislator representing West Baton Rouge Parish.

Kevin J. Stevens, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Stevens is the president of State Lumber and Hardware. He will serve as a representative of East Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Stevens was nominated by a legislator representing East Baton Rouge Parish.

Blaine J. Sheets, of Gonzales, was reappointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Sheets is the owner of Specialized Industrial Maintenance and will serve as a representative of Ascension Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Sheets was nominated by a legislator representing Ascension Parish.

Eric T. Johnson, of Plaquemine, was appointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Johnson is the owner of Images Fine Catering and will serve as a representative of Iberville Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Sheets was nominated by a legislator representing Iberville Parish.

Rebecca A. Cunard, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Ms. Cunard is an attorney with the Cunard Law Firm and will serve as a representative of East Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, Ms. Cunard was nominated by a legislator representing East Baton Rouge Parish.

Marilyn B. “Lynn” Robertson, of Port Allen, was reappointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Ms. Robertson is the Executive Director of the American Institute of Architects and the former Mayor of Port Allen. She will serve as a representative of West Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, Ms. Robertson was nominated by a legislator representing West Baton Rouge Parish.

Brenda R. Hurst, of Port Allen, was reappointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Ms. Hurst is an operations manager with Wells Fargo Bank and will serve as a representative of West Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, Ms. Hurst was nominated by a legislator representing West Baton Rouge Parish.

Clint Seneca, of Grosse Tete, was reappointed to the Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission. Mr. Seneca is the Chief Deputy Assessor with the Iberville Parish Assessor’s Office and will serve as a representative of Iberville Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Seneca was nominated by a legislator representing Iberville Parish.

 

Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board

Sarah S. Hinshaw-Fuselier, PhD, of New Orleans, was appointed to the Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board. Dr. Hinshaw-Fuselier is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Services at Tulane University School of Medicine. She will serve as the representative of Tulane’s Institute of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.

Bryan T. Moore, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board. Mr. Moore is the Director of the Office of Workforce Development within the Louisiana Workforce Commission and will serve as the representative of the commission.

Stephanie K. Sterling, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board. Ms. Sterling is the Director of Maternity, Adoption, and Behavioral Health Sciences with Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Baton Rouge. She will serve as the representative of the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops.

George C. Murray Jr., of Vidalia, was reappointed to the Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board. Judge Murray is an attorney and the City Judge for the City of Vidalia. He will serve as the representative of the Louisiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

 

Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs

Harry J. Brady, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Mr. Brady is a retired U.S. Postal Service Mailhandler Tech and a Vietnam Veteran. Mr. Brady will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Donna S. Breaux, of Kenner, was reappointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Breaux is a Program Director at Caregiver Homes of Louisiana. She will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Katie S. Corkern, of Amite, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Corkern is an Advisory Teacher and 504 Coordinator with Louisiana Connection Academy and will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Pammera B. “Pam” Darby, of Abbeville, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Darby will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Maria Lynette Fontenot, of Lafayette, was reappointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Fontenot will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Sharon L. Hennessey, of Baton Rouge, was reappointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Hennessey is the Director of People First of Louisiana within the Arc of Louisiana. She will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Linda B. Kocher, of New Orleans, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Kocher works in sales with Jim Owens Flooring and Cabinets and will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Laureen F. Mayfield, of Simsboro, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Mayfield is the Director of Special Education with the Bienville Parish School Board and will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

Paula C. Rodriguez, of Gonzales, was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Disability Affairs. Ms. Rodriguez is the Director of Deaf Focus and will serve as an at-large member on the Council.

 

Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology

Frances K. Hand, of Denham Springs, was reappointed to the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology. Ms. Hand is the owner of Denham Springs Beauty College and will serve as the representative from the 6th Congressional District.

 

Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District

Terry S. Louque, of Paulina, was reappointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Louque is a retired Army sergeant and will serve as a representative of St. James Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Louque was nominated by a legislator representing St. James Parish.

Jerry R. Thibeau, of Prairieville, was reappointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Thibeau is a retired product manager with BASF and will serve as a representative of Ascension Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Thibeau was nominated by a legislator representing Ascension Parish.

David G. Hoover, of Maurepas, was reappointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Hoover is a bus driver with the Livingston Parish School Board and will continue to serve as a representative of Livingston Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Hoover was nominated by a legislator representing Livingston Parish.

Lionel L. Bailey Sr., of Gramercy, was appointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Bailey is a safety manager with Global Contractors, LLC, and will serve as a representative of St. James Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Bailey was nominated by a legislator representing St. James Parish

Ben B. Babin Sr., of Prairieville, was reappointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Babin is a retired corporate affairs manager for AT&T and will serve as a representative of Ascension Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Babin was nominated by a legislator representing Ascension Parish.

James A. Little, of Livingston, was appointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Little is a retired engineer and will serve as a representative of Livingston Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Little was nominated by a legislator representing Livingston Parish.

Larry N. Thomas, of Clinton, was reappointed to the Amite River Drainage & Water Conservation District. Mr. Thomas is retired and formerly owned L.N. Thomas Lumber. He will serve as a representative of East Feliciana Parish. As required by statute, Mr. Thomas was nominated by a legislator representing East Feliciana Parish.

 

Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District

Ivy “Dale” Aucoin, of Zachary, was reappointed to the Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District. Mr. Aucoin is a site utility coordinator with Exxon Mobil Refinery and will serve as a representative of the industrial users in the district, as required by statute.

Johan Forsman, of Baton Rouge, was reappointed to the Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District. Mr. Forsman is an Environmental Health Scientist with LDHH-OPH and was nominated by users in the district furnishing water supply for municipal use, as required by statute.

Barry L. Hugghins, of Port Allen, was reappointed to the Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District. Mr. Hugghins is a Parish Councilman for West Baton Rouge Parish. As required by statute, he was nominated by and will serve as a representative of West Baton Rouge Parish.

 

St. Tammany Levee, Drainage, and Conservation District

Daniel A. McGovern IV, of Slidell, was reappointed to the St. Tammany Levee, Drainage, and Conservation District. Mr. McGovern is a retired attorney and was nominated by the Mayor of Slidell, as required by statute.

Stephen W. Phillipi, of Covington, was reappointed to the St. Tammany Levee, Drainage, and Conservation District. Mr. Phillipi is a retired consulting engineer and was nominated by the Mayor of Madisonville, as required by statute.

John Faust Jr., of Slidell, was reappointed to the St. Tammany Levee, Drainage, and Conservation District. Mr. Faust is a retired police officer and was nominated by a legislator representing a part of the district, as required by statute.

Kort T. Hutchinson Sr., of Lacombe, was reappointed to the St. Tammany Levee, Drainage, and Conservation District. Mr. Hutchinson is a retired construction manager and was nominated by a legislator representing a part of the district, as required by statute.

 

Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council

Rocky J. Fuselier, of Lake Charles, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Mr. Fuselier is the Assistant Director of Southwest Louisiana Independence Center, Inc., and will serve as a representative from an organization that provides services for individuals with disabilities.

Erick W. Taylor, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Mr. Taylor will serve as an individual with a disability.

Rashad D. Bristo, of Mansfield, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Mr. Bristo is a community relations representative with Amerigroup Louisiana and will serve as an individual with a disability.

Danny K. Cottonham, of Lafayette, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Mr. Cottonham is the retired Director of the Student-Athlete Academic Center at the University of Louisiana Lafayette and will serve as an individual with a disability.

Steven Nguyen, of Marrero, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Mr. Nguyen is a Children’s Special Health Services Youth Liaison with Families Helping Families of Jefferson and will serve as an individual with a disability.

Jamie N. Duplechine, of Lafayette, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Ms. Duplechine was the 2015 Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana and will serve as an individual with a disability.

Anita C. Gray, of Baton Rouge, was appointed to the Louisiana Statewide Independent Living Council. Ms. Gray is the State Coordinator for Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana and former Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana 2013. She will serve as an individual with a disability.

 

Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District

Deborah Ann B. Garber, of Morgan City, was reappointed to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District. Ms. Garber is the Director of Finance for the City of Morgan City and was nominated by the mayor and council for the Town of Berwick, as required by statute.

 

Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission

Richard A. Watts, of Pride, was appointed to the Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Watts is the President of Richard Watts, Inc., and a licensed used motor vehicle dealer. Mr. Watts will serve as the representative of the 2nd Public Service Commission District.

Stephen M. Olave, of Pearl River, was reappointed to the Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Olave is the Certified Pre-Owned Manager at Ross Downing Chevrolet and a licensed used motor vehicle dealer. Mr. Olave will serve as the representative of the 1st Public Service Commission District.

Rickey L. Donnell, of Winnsboro, was appointed to the Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Donnell is the owner of Best Stop Auto Sales and a licensed used motor vehicle dealer. Mr. Donnell will serve as the representative of the 5th Public Service Commission District.

Ronald Duplessis, of Baton Rouge, was reappointed to the Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Duplessis is the President of Duplessis Buick GMC and will serve as an at-large member.

Stephen D. “Dino” Taylor, of Monroe, was reappointed to the Louisiana Used Motor Vehicle Commission. Mr. Taylor is the owner of Car Town of Monroe, Inc., and will serve as an at-large member.

 

Red River Compact Commission

John Michael Moore, of Bossier City, was appointed to the Red River Compact Commission. Mr. Moore is the Executive Vice President of Haynesville Mercantile Company