St. Pierre announces his staff

Staff Report
January 09, 2008 at 9:24 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

St. Charles Parish, President-elect, V. J. St. Pierre names the following men and women to make up his administration:

Legal Counsel:  Sonny Vial  -  Local lawyer with extensive legal experience.

Executive Secretary: Anedra Coleman  -  Experience in Performance Auditing and Nursing, a Bachelor of Science, Masters of Public Administration and an Associate of Science in Nursing.

Internal Affairs: John Rook  -  Retired FBI Trainer with St. Charles Sheriff’s Office experience.

Risk Management/Safety: Monique Granier
Chief Operating Officer: John “Rusty” Walker  -  Retired from St. Charles Parish Public Schools.
Public Works/Wastewater: Sam Scholle  -  30+ years as a Maintenance and Engineer Manager for Chemtura Corporation.

Wastewater: Sammy Accardo

Waterworks: Robert Brou

Parks and Recreation: Duane Foret  -  Years of management experience for River Birch Landfill, Allied Waste Industries, Coastal Waste Services and Waste Management.
Chief Financial Officer: Lorrie Toups, CPA
Purchasing: Bobby Donaldson  -  Retired from 32 years at Shell.

Grants: Holly Fonseca  -  Accounting and grants experience working for Monsanto, Cytec and St. Charles Parish.
Chief Administrative Officer: Tim Vial
Personnel Officer: Sandy Zimmer

Community Services: Maurya Glaude  -  No information provided.

Retired Senior Volunteer Program: Fay Caire

Workforce Investment Act: Sharon Simpkins

Economic Development: Corey Faucheaux

Planning and Zoning: Kimberly Marousek, AICP  -  14 years of community planning experience ranging from FEMA to local community governments.

Contract Monitor: Tut Clement

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