Destrehan High School Class of 1964 reunion

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Seated:  (L-R)  Sheila Edwards, Sandra Roberts Jacob, Susan Dufresne Melancon, Phyllis Marroy Boudreaux, Pearl Bergeron, Sharon Hoffmann Williams, Vincent Troxclair, Diane Broussard Schexnaydre and Sharon LeBlanc Barthes. Standing:  (L-R)  Eric Landry, Elise Parrish Landry, Bruce Roussel, Karen Montz Landry, Allen Carambat, David Roussel, Jan Weber Mauduit, Brian Williams, Elaine Lowry Jacob, Bobby Donaldson, Alden Chauvin, Judy Taylor Gauthreaux, Dale Mauduit, Mary Ann Cameron Launey, Bruce Lau
Seated: (L-R) Sheila Edwards, Sandra Roberts Jacob, Susan Dufresne Melancon, Phyllis Marroy Boudreaux, Pearl Bergeron, Sharon Hoffmann Williams, Vincent Troxclair, Diane Broussard Schexnaydre and Sharon LeBlanc Barthes. Standing: (L-R) Eric Landry, Elise Parrish Landry, Bruce Roussel, Karen Montz Landry, Allen Carambat, David Roussel, Jan Weber Mauduit, Brian Williams, Elaine Lowry Jacob, Bobby Donaldson, Alden Chauvin, Judy Taylor Gauthreaux, Dale Mauduit, Mary Ann Cameron Launey, Bruce Lau
Destrehan High School Class of 1964 celebrated their 50-year reunion at Ormond Plantation in Destrehan.

There were 42 classmates plus guests in attendance, most of them from Louisiana. Others came from California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Texas.

After a buffet dinner was served, music was provided by The Oldies But Goodies D. J., "Dr. Music". 




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