Montegut will reign over Krewe of Allovus

Published 12:00 am Saturday, February 26, 2000

L’Observateur / February 26, 2000

LAPLACE – Dr. Christy Montegut will reign as king of the 2000 Krewe ofAllovus.

Montegut and his dukes were introduced Sunday at a krewe social.

Montegut and his queen, Christine Klibert, will be formally introduced tonight at the krewe’s annual carnival ball at St. Charles Catholic High School.The theme for this year’s event is “Millennium Masquerade.”This year’s dukes are Perry DiCarlo, David Ratliff, Stephen Cupit II and Eddie St. Germain.Maids are Katie Arcuri, Eliska Duhe, Jodi Gennaro and Jennifer Keating.

Montegut is married to Linda Triche Montegut and is the father of four children, Jason, Amanda,Christian and Frances. He is a local family physicianat the Family Doctor Clinic of LaPlace, where he has practiced for 19 years.

He has been St. John Parish coroner for 12 years and was chief of staff atRiver Parishes Hospital in 1986.

Montegut and his family have been members of Larayo for 15 years.

Montegut has been on the Larayo Board of Directors for three years, serving as boys baseball director. He has coached boys baseball seven years and girlssoftball two years.

Montegut and his wife have been members of the Krewe of Allovus since 1992. He was an Allovus duke in 1993 and his daughter was the queen ofAllovus is 1998.

His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Criswell Montegut, were charter members ofLarayo.

Montegut is a member of the LaPlace Lions Club and a past president. He is amember of St. Joan of Arc Church and the St. Joan of Arc Knights ofColumbus Council No. 5935.His hobbies include boating and golf.

DiCarlo is married to Donna Rolla DiCarlo and is the father of two children, Dominique and Christian. He is assistant principal at the Glad School and hasworked for nine years as teacher and a coach in the St. John Parish SchoolSystem.

He has been a member of Larayo for five years, serving as bookkeeper for five years. He has also served on the Board of Directors as treasurer fortwo years. He has coached boys and girls baseball for four years.DiCarlo is a member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 5935 and ispublic relations director. He is a member of St. Joan of Arc Church and is aSt. Joan of Arc board member.His hobbies include coaching children, traveling, camping and farming.

Ratliff is married to Kelly Becnel Ratliff and is the father of three children, Jonathan, Adam and Patrick. He has been operations supervisor forMississippi River Recycling, a division of Bayou Steel, for 15 years. He is alsoa home builder.

Ratliff has been a member of Larayo for five years and has been a board member for two years as special projects chairman and chairman of the spring dance. He has been a boys baseball coach five years.Ratliff is a member of St. Joan of Arc Church and the Knights of ColumbusCouncil No. 5935. He has coached at SJA for three years.He is a senior member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, an associate of the Iron and Steel Engineers and a member of the Krewe of Allovus.

His hobbies include coaching and playing softball, basketball, golf and baseball.

Cupit is married to Julie Bourg Cupit and is the father of two children, Stephen III and Chelsie. Cupit has been employed by the St. John ParishSheriff’s Office for 13 years.

Cupit has been a member of Larayo for three years and has coached boys baseball for three years. As a child he played baseball and football at Larayoand was on the swim team. He also worked as a lifeguard and groundskeeper.Cupit has been a member of the Boy Scouts for 27 years and a member of the LaPlace Jaycees. His hobbies include fishing and attending LSU sportingevents.

St. Germain is married to Dawn Duhe St. Germain and is the father of twochildren, Sandy and Dwayne. He has been employed by Kaiser Aluminum inGramercy for 21 years.

St. Germain has been a member of Larayo for 10 years and has beensupportive in many projects. He has been a member of the Krewe of Allovusfor six years.

His daughter Sandy was a maid in Allovus in 1997.

his hobbies include fishing and hunting.

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