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Know Your Directors—
What makes SLECA different from other electric utilities in South Louisiana is a board of directors elected by you, the member-owners. The directors are themselves SLECA members and are local residents. It is member ownership and member representation on the board of directors that makes SLECA such a people-oriented business.

ALEXANDER DOYLE - District 6
President


Alexander Doyle, a resident of Houma, is president of the SLECA Board of Directors and has served in this capacity since his election to the board in 1985. An attorney, Doyle is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, the Terrebonne Parish Bar Association and is qualified to practice law in Federal Court. Additionally, Doyle served as Terrebonne Parish’s Assistant District Attorney for 12 years. Doyle serves the District 6 areas of Mulberry, Barrios, Summerfield, Little Bayou Black, Coteau and Oakshire.
 
DAVID LUKE - District 4
Vice President


Board vice-president David Luke, a board member since 1981, is a wholesale seafood processor. For more than 33 years, the Dulac native has worked in seafood processing, beginning as a boy in his father’s plant (Luke Seafood). He and his wife, Elaine, are former owners of D’Luke’s Seafood, Inc. in Dulac. The couple owns St. Michael Ice & Fuel in Biloxi, MS, which not only provides fuel and ice to the Gulf Coast but also has two shrimp loading piers. Luke is a lifetime member of the VFW 4752 Rifle Team, a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 7722, a member of the Grand Caillou Volunteer Fire Department, and a lifetime member of the 2nd Marine Division Assn. Luke serves District 4 which consist of the Grand Caillou and Dulac areas.
 
BRIAN RIVET - District 1
Secretary


Gheens resident Brian Rivet, owner of a logging and sawmill business, has served on SLECA’s Board since 1983. He is presently secretary of the SLECA Board, is a former member of the Cajun Electric Power Cooperative Board of Directors and past director of Western Fuels, and is currently a member of the board of directors of the Association of Louisiana Electric Cooperatives, Inc. Rivet serves District 1, that includes the Gheens, Raceland and Mathews areas, and portions of Upper Bayou Blue, Coteau and Lockport.
 
TERRY TRAHAN - District 7
Treasurer


Director Terry Trahan, elected to SLECA’s Board in 1987, serves as board treasurer. He has worked with Trahan’s Heating and Air Conditioning for 33 years and is part owner of the company. Trahan is a native of Bayou Black who enjoys hunting at his deer lease in Mississippi in his spare time. He serves District 7, which includes areas of Bayou Black, Gibson, Southdown West, Ouiski Bayou and The Lakes.

 
J. D. BOUDREAUX - District 2

Julien Dennis (J.D.) Boudreaux III, a resident of Donner who has been active in the Donner-Chacahoula Fire Department and Jaycees also has served on the St. Lawrence Church Parish Council. A self-employed grocery operator and bulk-fuel dealer, he was the last president of the Terrebonne Parish Police Jury and was a member and the first chairman of the Terrebonne Parish Council. A former Justice of the Peace, Boudreaux is the Recipient of the Roland J. Thibodaux Award as a Terrebonne Parish school bus driver. He represents SLECA members in District 2.
 
LARRY J. DAIGLE - District 3

Bayou Blue native Larry J. Daigle was elected to the SLECA board in April 2004 representing District 3. Having served 39 years as senior vice-president of Caro Produce and nine years as president of Prime Source and Southland Distribution, he is currently the produce buyer for Rouse’s Supermarket. A SLECA member since 1965, Daigle currently is treasurer of the finance committee of St. Louis Catholic Church and has served on the parish council of the church for eight years. Mr. Daigle also serves as advisor to Bishop Boudreaux on the Pastoral Council.

 
ROGER DALE DEHART - District 5

Dularge native Roger Dale DeHart was elected to the SLECA Board of Directors in March of 1997. DeHart represents District 5 covering all of Bayou Dularge and Ashland North Subdivision. He is a member of the Terrebonne Parish School Board and served as its vice-president and president. He was appointed to and served on the Terrebonne Parish Home Rule Charter Commission. DeHart served more than six years as a commissioner for Fire District 10. He is very active in his community and is very serious about all of his commitments.
 

EROY ACOSTA - District 8

Stephensville native Eroy Acosta, elected to the board in 1987, served his community as a restaurant owner for many years. Acosta is a member of the St. Martin Parish Sewage District Board and a member of the St. Martin Parish Water District Board. The Stephensville Volunteer Fire Department was established through his fundraising efforts and he served 21 years as president of the department. Acosta serves District 8, which includes the areas of Stephensville, Bayou L’Ourse and part of Gibson. Acosta says he enjoys serving the community at both the state and local level.


 

TRACY DUVAL - District 9

Amelia resident Tracy V. Duval has served on SLECA’s Board of Directors since 1993. Duval is Justice of the Peace for Ward 9 in St. Mary Parish. She is also secretary to the St. Mary Community Action Agency. Duval represents SLECA District 9, which covers areas of Amelia, Siracusaville and part of Bayou L’Ourse.
Duval is also one of two SLECA representatives on the board of directors of the Association of Louisiana Electric Cooperatives.  
LLOYD GIBSON - Advisor to the board

Lloyd Gibson, serving as advisor to the board since 1984, is a general contractor and owner of Cookie’s Construction Co., Inc. A resident of Gibson, he has served as the Terrebonne Parish Constable in Ward 8 for 27 years. Gibson served as chairman of Terrebonne Parish Recreation Board, District 8, for 18 years and was senior deacon and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the St. James Baptist Church of Gibson for 25 years. He also serves on the board of the START Corp. and is the current president of H.O.P.E. of Terrebonne, a community civic organization. Gibson is very concerned about his community and is actively involved in its development.