Home for many people is simply where their heart is, and some people have called many places home. But my heart has always been established here in Central Louisiana, more specifically in Grant Parish. My grandfather, born in 1902 called this place home, working as a school bus driver for what was then called Pollock High School. My dad called this place home, growing up in Bentley, he was considered by many to have some the best horses around. I too have lived here in Grant Parish all of my life, and am enjoying every minute. My calling now is to work hard for my son to establish his roots in a Parish he can be proud of.
It is my hope to build a better place for our future. I have worked alongside many of you throughout the years to bring progress to the place we call home. I am thankful to the voters who have allowed me two terms as their Police Juror. I am working to keep you informed and involved in the growth of this great place. I believe local government is best utilized when everyone is involved with it. Government exist to deliver the will of the people, not to dictate its will.
The many people I have spoken with throughout Grant Parish have had some great ideas, and I have worked to try to implement those ideas. One such idea was presented before I become a Police Juror, but nevertheless I have pushed hard to make it a reality. That idea is to bring sewer to South Grant Parish. I believe this will happen during the 2017 year. I also have heard the people speak a lot about littering, and have took strong measures to make my district the cleanest in Grant Parish. I hope to continue to export such ideas throughout the the Parish. I looking forward to hearing all of your great ideas. Please contact me!