Daniel is a graduate of Church Point High School. He attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Daniel is a long-time resident of Scott. He is a substitute teacher with Lafayette Parish School System after a lifelong career in management and middle school teaching. He also serves as a Lector at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Scott and St. Edmond's Catholic Church in Lafayette. Daniel is married to Rosalyn Noel. Married for over 30 years Daniel and Rosalyn have three daughters: Lauren Ashley, a local attorney married to Evan Maurer, a high school teacher at Early College Academy; Chelsea Morgan, a registered nurse married to Lee Torrence, a safety manager; and Kassidy Morgan, a daycare instructor. Daniel enjoys photography, community involvement, and spending time with his wife and daughters.
Mark "Aubrey" Cole is a lifelong resident of Lafayette, he is the owner of Don's Specialty Meats, serving Acadiana and SW Louisiana since 1993. He is currently serving and sitting on the Board of Directors for Home Bank. For the past 25 years Mark has been involved with City, Parish & State Law Enforcement agencies across all of Louisiana. He is a past recipient of the Superintendent's Award from the Louisiana State Police and is a longtime member of the Fraternal Order of Police. He is also a member of the Louisiana Sheriffs Association, he actively works with ULL Athletics, and St. Jude's Hospital. He is a private contributor to many of the local non for profit organizations.
Roz is a graduate of Church Point High School and attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette formerly USL, attaining a BS degree in Accounting. Rosalyn is a long-time resident of Scott and has been employed by Hulco Printers, Inc. for over 30 years. A few years ago, Roz joined the staff of Scott City Hall as the Payroll and Accounting Clerk. She also serves as a volunteer and is involved with many organizations within the community. Roz is married to Daniel Noel for over 30 years, they have 3 daughters: Lauren married to Evan Maurer, Chelsea married to Lee Torrence, and Kassidy. Rosalyn enjoys staying busy with community involvement and pageants.
Aimee is a 1997 graduate of Acadiana High School. She is currently employed with Home Bank for over 19 years. She currently serves on the board of directors for the Scott Business Association, Scott Boudin Festival and the Finance Committee for Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School. Aimee is heavily involved with community service within the City of Scott and within her Home Bank family. She is an active member of the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School community. Married to Brett Abshire for 20 years, they have two daughters Meri and Caty.
Graduated from Acadiana High School and earned a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, formerly USL. She is a life-long resident of Scott and has been employed with the City of Scott for 27 years currently serving as the City Manager. She has been married to Randy Dugas for 35 years and is the mother to 2 wonderful children. Brandi married to Travis Williams and Ryan married to Bridgette Poullard. She is the proud Nana to Aayana, Devin, T.J., Bentley, Karley and Rylan. Brenda has served as the CCD Director at St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church for many years. Brenda enjoys traveling and giving of her time to many worthwhile causes in her community.
A graduate of Acadiana High School and earned a B.A. in Psychology/Sociology from Cardinal Stritch University. Elected Mayor of the City of Scott in 2018-currently and served as Mayor Pro Tem from 2011-2018. He has served in various capacities throughout the years, most recently as our Boudin Festival president from 2012-2019, Scott Volunteer Fire board president from 2012-2019, and Chairman of Council of Government(Lafayette) from 2013-currently. He and his wife own a local eatery called Cajan's since 2007. Married to Diana Rivera Richard since 2001 and father of two children: Aidan-Scott, 15 years old, and Addison-Scott, 12 years old. He enjoys serving the community through various activities including coaching the Acadiana High School boys soccer team.
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Lauren is a graduate of Lafayette High School. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Louisiana State University, Lauren earned her Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law School. Lauren is an Attorney with Durio McGoffin Stagg Shelton and Guidry, P.C. located in the Oil Center where she practices in commercial litigation, business law, and succession, estate, and trust matters. Lauren is a native and resident of Scott. She is the daughter of Daniel and Rosalyn Noel, and sister of Chelsea and Kassidy. Lauren enjoys traveling, spending time with family, attending community events, and reading. She serves as the Pageant Director and Media Director for the Scott Boudin Festival and enjoys helping young women develop skills for successful adulthood and aiding the Scott Boudin Festival Royalty in their representation of the festival throughout the State of Louisiana and the United States.
Donna is a 1985 Acadiana High school graduate and a 1987 Lafayette Regional Vo-Tech graduate. She is a lifelong resident of Scott. Donna has one son, Lance. She has been employed with Home Bank for over 3 years. Donna was awarded the Home Bank 2017 Community Service Award. She is the Secretary for the Scott Business Association (SBA). Donna is the 2015 Ms. Scott Boudin Festival Queen and continues to serve on the Scott Boudin Festival Pageant committee. She stays busy in the community by volunteering for Susan B. Komen, Miles Perret, United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, Festival International and the LA Open. Donna also participated in the 2016 Advertiser/Home Bank "Do Good Project." She enjoys hanging out with family and friends, dancing, & ULL Football, Baseball, & Softball.
Dustin is a 1992 Acadiana High graduate. He earned two degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Louisiana. Dustin played four years of college baseball in Mississippi, Shreveport, and Oklahoma. He is very involved in the athletic community of Scott Park, Acadiana High School, and select baseball as both a player and coach for the last 34 years. Dustin was previously a manager and personal trainer at USA Fitness in Scott. He also coordinates and hosts events such as 5K races, Duathlons, and Triathlons for both the health club and Scott Founders Day festival. Dustin is a current volunteer on the Board of Directors for Scott Area Team Sports (SATS). He is the Founder and President of several organizations/events: Dustin Is the Founder and President of several organizations/events: Tour De Scott Triathlon, Ram Alumni Rag-ball Organization, and the Acadiana Elite Baseball Organization which is a Scott based select team. Dustin also Volunteers with the Coffee Depot in Scott, LA to provide the entertainment at the SBA Mardi Ball. He is married to Carlotta Lamartina and together they have three sons.
David J. Robin Jr. is a 7 year resident of Scott. He became a third generation owner and operator of Gene Robin Towing in 2002. An SBA member since 2002 and former vice president of the SBA. David married to Nicole Robin in 2005 and together they have three children: David J. Robin Jr. (13), Santanna Robin (11), and Landon Robin (9). He enjoys camping with family and friends and coaching baseball and football for SATS at Scott Park.
Regina is a graduate of Comeaux High School. Regina is a 17 year resident of Scott. She is employed by the Lafayette Parish Communication District (911) as Operations Manager and the Lafayette Cajundome as an Emergency Medical Technician. She has served in both positions for 25 years. Regina is a member on the Scott Fire Department's Board of Directors serving as Treasurer. She and Kert Thomas have been married for six years. She is the proud mother by heart of Alexis, Logan, and Kori. She is blessed to be the Maw Maw of Warren, Saige, Fischer, and Mila who are the lights of her world. She is the daughter of Catherine LeJeune and the late Lee LeJeune. Regina enjoys reading, being in the sunshine outdoors, and playing with her grandchildren.
Donald Sinegal has lived in Scott most of his life. He currently resides in Scott with his wife of 35 years, Sylvia. Together they have two children, Donald Jr. and Natasha. Donald is a retired professional horse jockey. Donald enjoys spending time around horse racing, watching football, spending time with his family, or having people over and entertaining them at his home. Before beginning his service as a board member, Donald was a dedicated Scott Boudin Festival volunteer. Since day 1, Donald worked side by side with our Board of Directors to get the grounds ready for the Scott Boudin Festival each year and help get everything back to normal after the festival is over.
Danny was born and raised in the Judice Community. Danny is a graduate of Acadiana High School. Danny has been living in Scott for the past 12 years. He is a retired Lafayette Fire fighter where he worked for 26 years. He worked his way through the ranks and last held the rank of captain. He served on the Lafayette Fire Department Haz-mat team for 21 years and was trained in vehicle extrication amongst others through out his career. After his retirement he is now employed with Siddons Martin Emergency Group selling Pierce Fire trucks through out the state of Louisiana. Danny is a member of the Scott Board of Directors. Danny is married to Dana Lejeune Denais and together they have 3 kids, Justin Denais, Devin Alleman, and Nicholas Alleman. Dana and I aka Lolli and Pop are blessed with two grand children Sydney and Luke. Danny enjoys the outdoors fishing and hunting.
Chief Chad Leger took office on January 1, 2003, and has served three terms as Chief of Police for the City of Scott. Chief Leger and Scott Police Department are instrumental in ensuring the Scott Boudin Festival is a safe and family-friendly event. Chief Leger's career has been diversified and filled with accomplishments. He served with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's office for 14 years, he worked as a Patrol Officer, in the Motorcycle Division, in Narcotics, in the Criminal Investigations Division (CID), and in the "SWAT" (SRT) Division. He also served as a School K-9 Resource Officer for Lafayette Parish Schools. Chief Leger has also been recognized for his service with the Lafayette Crime Stoppers Scholastic Award, LPSO Deputy of the Month, the Community Achievement Award from the City of Scott and the Protection and Service Award from the Scott Business Association. Chief Leger, a graduate of Acadiana High School and the 61st Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy, and has served the Evangeline Law Enforcement Council, the Louisiana Association of Chiefs of Police, the Southwest Chief's Association, the Lafayette Parish Communication Commission, the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement, the Police Officer Standard Training (P.O.S.T.), the Law Enforcement Executive Management Institute, the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy, and the National Association of Chiefs of Police.
Chief Chad P. Sonnier began his fire service career in 1989 with the Scott Fire Department. As a member of SFD, he worked his way through the ranks and was appointed to Fire Chief in December of 2003. Chief Sonnier and the Scott Volunteer Fire Department are integral in ensuring the Scott Boudin Festival remains a safe event for festival goers and citizens alike. Technology and enhanced equipment have dramatically improved the delivery of emergency services to the citizens that firefighters protect; however, Chief Sonnier is a firm believer that it is the actions of his members, which make the department so successful. Chief Sonnier feels very fortunate to live in the City of Scott and realizes a great sense of professional and personal satisfaction in being able to make decisions that affect the level of service provided to his own family and community. He and his wife, Kelly, have five children, Olivia, Cullen, Brittni, Brennan, and Elizabeth.
Purvis J. Morrison was born and raised in the City of Scott. He has been married to Mary Matthews Morrison, Lafayette Parish School Board Member, for over 37 years. Together they have three children, Shanea, Shelly, and Shawn, and three granddaughters, Mary Grace, Skylynn, and Emerie Frances. Purvis recently served two terms as Mayor of the City of Scott and now consults with other communities and municipalities by sharing his knowledge to help them grow and prosper. He is considered the Father of the Boudin Festival, being our Mayor in 2012 and the individual that rallied at the Louisiana State Capitol to have the City of Scott honored as the Boudin Capital of the World! The Scott Boudin Festival would not exist today without Purvis.