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Gus W. Schram

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Jack Lawton , LLC

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Jack Lawton , LLC

Background Information

Employment History

Director

McElroy, Quirk and Burch, CPAs


Affiliations

Coastal Conservation Association

Executive Board Member


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www.sulphurdailynews.com

"He made a lot of donations to many organizations, but he really never wanted to make a big splash of it," said Gus Schram, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Jack Lawton LLC.
"His first love was the ranch, and he did that basically his entire life," said Schram, "But he was also involved in banking. Schram said that he then turned the businesses over to his son and focused on his ranch. "He was one of the founders of the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Louisiana, which mostly focuses on issues in the state," said Schram. "And he was also one of the founders and a major supporter of the Center for Coastal Conservation, which targets federal level fishery issues." Today, the CCA of Louisiana has around 20,000 members across the state. "It is tremendous legacy," said Schram.


www.ccalouisiana.com [cached]

Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
Both inductees were early marine conservation leaders in Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame. Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana. Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter. "I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have." Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee. Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame


www.ccalouisiana.com

Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
CCA Louisiana - Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame CCA Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame E-mail Both inductees were early marine conservation leaders in Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame. Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana. Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter. "I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have." Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee. Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame


www.ccalouisiana.com

Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
CCA Louisiana - Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame CCA Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame E-mail Both inductees were early marine conservation leaders in Louisiana Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame. Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana. Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter. "I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have." Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee.


www.ccalouisiana.com [cached]

Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame
Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger inducted into Hall of Fame Gus Schram and Rebel Caplinger were inducted into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame at the organization's State Convention in Baton Rouge on Feb. 18th. Schram and Caplinger became the 10th and 11th inductees into the CCA Louisiana Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have performed outstanding service for marine conservation. Caplinger is the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame. Schram, of Lake Charles, CCA Louisiana's current state president, was one of a handful of concerned anglers who helped form the organization's first chapter in Lake Charles in 1984. Lake Charles also served for a period as state headquarters for the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, as CCA was called then. The headquarters was eventually moved to Baton Rouge as the organization grew to include chapters in most regions of Louisiana. Schram, a CPA and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Jack Lawton Companies, said few people in Louisiana had even heard of GCCA when he and a group of concerned conservationists met to organize the state's first chapter. "I was a fisherman who observed the excessive commercial catches of large breeding stock redfish and speckled trout," Schram recalled. "When I heard the GCCA story, it immediately caught my attention as the way to invest my time to make an important difference so that my kids and grandkids could enjoy saltwater fishing as I have." Prior to becoming state president, Schram served in a number of positions in CCA, including treasurer for 16 years and as a member of the state Board of Directors, state Executive Committee and chairman of the National Management Committee.


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