ALUMNI in the NEWS
1978 FLINT VIRGETS was promoted to senior vice president of Lipsey’s, the nation’s leading wholesale firearm distributor. Virgets also serves as a general manager for Lipsey’s and is a member of the CHS Alumni Board of Directors.
A&M University in January 2016. Woodward, who currently serves as the director of athletics at the University of Washington, will succeed Eric Hyman who has served as Texas A&M’s AD since 2012. During Woodward’s tenure as AD for the University of Washington, the athletic department captured seven national championships and multiple conference titles.
MARK EMONET was promoted to senior vice president of Lipsey’s, the nation’s leading wholesale firearm distributor. Emonet also serves as the chief financial officer for Lipsey’s and is a member of the CHS Alumni Board of Directors.
BRIAN BILETNIKOFF, former Baton Rouge Police Officer and Marine veteran of the Iraq War, has been appointed Special Agent In Charge of the Tucson, Arizona Office of ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Federal Agency).
1992 BRETT BLANCHARD was promoted to president of BancorpSouth for its Baton Rouge market. Previously, Blanchard served as senior vice president and commercial lending division manager. Blanchard has been with BancorpSouth since 2005.
HORACE CROCHET was selected as a Distinguished Graduate of Holy Family Catholic School.
SCOTT GREMILLION, co-owner of Olive or Twist, has announced the expansion of the bar to become a full service restaurant called Olive or Twist Bar + Kitchen. The expansion will take place at their current location in the Perkins Palms Shopping Center.
SCOTT WOODWARD was named the new director of athletics for Texas
JASON CLOESSNER was promoted to vice president of Lipsey’s, the nation’s leading wholesale firearm distributor. Cloessner also serves as product development manager for Lipsey’s.
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