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After nearly 40 years, courthouse workers step away - 3402 views
Brenda Folse and Rhonda Landry were hired at the same time to work in the St. Charles Parish Clerk of Courts Office a little more than 37 years ago. It seems only fitting they’d walk away at the same time as well.