Sept. 23, 2002
Nine students in the School of Construction at the University of Louisiana at Monroe were honored recently at the Louisiana Associated General Contractors-Monroe District quarterly meeting held recently. ULM President James Cofer was the featured speaker at the event.
Each year the LAGC awards approximately $6,000 in scholarships to ULM construction students. This year's recipients were Brian J. Welch of West Monroe, the A.C. Breckenridge Memorial Scholarship; Marc Rockett of West Monroe, the Bill Gilbert Memorial Scholarship; Leslie Dyess of Junction City, Ark., the John E. Baugh Memorial Scholarship; Al Hayward of Monroe, the Don A. Baxter Scholarship; Zeb Mixon of Ruston, the Hollis Graham Memorial Scholarship; Charles Mardis of Natchez, Miss., the J. Hilton Heard Memorial Scholarship; Chris Highsmith of Bastrop, the Fred C. Culpepper Memorial Scholarship; Josh Tarver of Monroe, the Ranny Terral Memorial Scholarship; and Nick Nicholson of Jonesville, the ACG/Thurman Potts Scholarship.
LAGC is a statewide, full-service construction trade
association representing more than 700 general contractors, subcontractors,
suppliers and service firms throughout Louisiana.
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