Scott Foreman, a native of Ragley, Louisiana, brings over a decade of experience serving our community as a funeral director in Sulphur. Scott graduated from South Beauregard High School and went on to earn a degree from Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in Houston, where he graduated with honors of distinction and was a member of Iota Phi Sigma honors fraternity.
Scott maintains membership in the Sulphur Rotary Club, Chamber Southwest and Maplewood First Baptist Church. He serves on the board of commissioners for the West Calcasieu Port and also on the advisory board for the Mines Theatre. He also serves as a notary public for the state of Louisiana.
In his free time Scott enjoys traveling with his wife and 2 children and country-western dancing.
Suzanne Louise Hogan
Suzanne Hogan has served families in Southwest Louisiana for more than a decade. Born and raised in Welsh, Louisiana, Suzanne currently lives in the Lake Charles Garden District. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, volunteer work, fishing and being with family.
Charles H Minyard
Charles Minyard, a native of Carrollton, Mississippi, has lived in Louisiana since the 1940s. Beginning his funeral service career in 1963 in Alexandria, he graduated from Commonwealth College of Mortuary Science and attended Louisiana State University at Alexandria and Louisiana College in Pineville. Charles holds licensure in both Louisiana and Arkansas.
An avid hunter, fisherman, gardener and certified Hunter Safety Trainer for Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries, Charles maintains an active membership at First Baptist Church of Moss Bluff. Charles is a member of the Masonic Lodge and Greater Lake Charles Rotary Club. He previously served on the board of Compassionate Friends and has been a supporter of the Calcasieu 4-H for many years.
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