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Gov. Edwards appoints River Parishes residents to Port of South Louisiana Commissions

BATON ROUGE — Governor John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to Port of South Louisiana Commission this week, which serves to stimulate commerce and industrial development throughout St. James, St. John the Baptist and St. Charles parishes, which make up the port jurisdiction.

Whitney Hickerson of Vacherie has been reappointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Hickerson is a retired residential homebuilder and commercial electrician. Hickerson will represent St. James Parish.

Louis A. Joseph of Edgard has been appointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Joseph is retired and will represent St. John the Baptist Parish.

Robbie LeBlanc of Paulina has been appointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. LeBlanc is the vice president and loan officer at First American Bank and Trust and will represent St. James Parish.

Paul J. “Joey” Murray III of Destrehan has been reappointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Murray is the president of Murray Architects. Murray will serve at-large and represent St. Charles Parish.

  1. Paul Robichaux of Destrehan has been reappointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Robichaux is the president of Robichaux Equipment and will represent St. Charles Parish.

Patrick C. Sellars of Reserve has been appointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Sellars is the president of A3M Vacuum Services and will represent St. John the Baptist Parish.

Judy B. Songy of LaPlace has been reappointed to the Port of South Louisiana Commission. Songy is retired and will represent St. John the Baptist Parish.

For more information about the Port of South Louisiana, visit http://portsl.com/