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Judy Riffel

Manager Regulatory Affairs

Cajun Electric Power Cooperative, Inc

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Photos - Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc.

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Photo by Judy Riffel.
Kenya Key Rachal and Judy Riffel lead a presentation on DNA at the African American Special Interest Group Seminar, 20 June 2015 [Photo by Terry Smith] Ann Stirling Weller receiving her prize from Judy Riffel for the winning essay in the War of 1812 Essay Contest. Pictured here on Day 1 is Le Comit's table manned by Stella Carline Tanoos, Judy Riffel, Renee Bergeron Richard, and Lawrence LaBauve. (10/26/13) Members of the Board of Directors met at the home of Ann and Judy Riffel. From left to right are: Second Vice President Karen Ortolano; Board Member Ann DeVillier Riffel; Treasurer Judy Riffel; Board Member Stella Carline Tanoos; and Board Member Audrey Nabors Jackson. (5/18/13) Members attended Board Meeting at home of Judy Riffel and Ann DeVillier Riffell. From left to right: Judy Riffel, Audry Nabors Jackson, Ann DeVillier Riffel and Damon Veach. (Photo by Doris Falkenheiner) Judy Riffel demonstrates how to use the Archives book scanner to make digital images of large maps. Stella Carline Tanoos holds a copy of Our Home Journal and Judy Riffel holds the earliest known issue of the Iberville Gazette, two rare newspapers found in the courthouse. Tanoos, Riffel, Ann DeVillier Riffel (at right), and Rita Lynn Erwin Jackson (not pictured) recently completed a project to digitize the earliest newspapers found in the files of the Clerk's office. Not pictured: Judy Riffel, Treasurer. Not pictured, Treasurer Judy Riffel. Judy Riffel - April 14, 2012 Judy Riffel speaks on her research into Former Secretary of State Condo- leezza Rice's Louisiana roots, April 14, 2012. From left to right: Doris Falkenheiner (Secretary); Cherryl Forbes Montgomery (Third VicePresident); not pictured, Judy Riffel (Treasurer); Ann DeVillier Riffel (Board Member); and Audrey Nabors-Jackson (Board Member) Judy Riffel explains the use of the Freedmen's Bureau Finding Aid to Adrian Zeno at the State Archives on August 6, 2011. From left: Ann DeVillier Riffel, Judy Riffel, Doris Falkenheiner and Winston De Ville. Treasurer - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge Editor - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge


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(10/26/13) Members of the Board of Directors met at the home of Ann and Judy Riffel.
From left to right are: Second Vice President Karen Ortolano; Board Member Ann DeVillier Riffel; Treasurer Judy Riffel; Board Member Stella Carline Tanoos; and Board Member Audrey Nabors Jackson. (5/18/13) Members attended Board Meeting at home of Judy Riffel and Ann DeVillier Riffell. From left to right: Judy Riffel, Audry Nabors Jackson, Ann DeVillier Riffel and Damon Veach. (Photo by Doris Falkenheiner) Judy Riffel demonstrates how to use the Archives book scanner to make digital images of large maps. Stella Carline Tanoos holds a copy of Our Home Journal and Judy Riffel holds the earliest known issue of the Iberville Gazette, two rare newspapers found in the courthouse. Tanoos, Riffel, Ann DeVillier Riffel (at right), and Rita Lynn Erwin Jackson (not pictured) recently completed a project to digitize the earliest newspapers found in the files of the Clerk's office. Not pictured: Judy Riffel, Treasurer. Not pictured, Treasurer Judy Riffel. Judy Riffel - April 14, 2012 Judy Riffel speaks on her research into Former Secretary of State Condo- leezza Rice's Louisiana roots, April 14, 2012. From left to right: Doris Falkenheiner (Secretary); Cherryl Forbes Montgomery (Third VicePresident); not pictured, Judy Riffel (Treasurer); Ann DeVillier Riffel (Board Member); and Audrey Nabors-Jackson (Board Member) Judy Riffel explains the use of the Freedmen's Bureau Finding Aid to Adrian Zeno at the State Archives on August 6, 2011. From left: Ann DeVillier Riffel, Judy Riffel, Doris Falkenheiner and Winston De Ville. Treasurer - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge Editor - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge


Home - Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc.

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To pay with PayPal, contact Judy Riffel.
For more information on Le Comité des Archives, please contact Judy Riffel, Treasurer, via e-mail at riffelj@bellsouth.net or write the society at P.O. Box 1547, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-1547. Treasurer - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge Editor - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge


2012 Document of the Month Archive - Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc.

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For detailed guides, see Glenn R. Conrad's Saint-Jean Baptiste des Allemands, Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. John the Baptist Parish with Genealogy and Index, 1753-1803 (University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1972) and Judy Riffel's Abstracts of St. John the Baptist Parish Civil Records, 1757-1798 (Le Comit des Archives de la Louisiane, 2003, full-name index), which is available for purchase from the society.
Treasurer - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge Editor - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge


Photos - Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc.

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Photo by Judy Riffel.
Kenya Key Rachal and Judy Riffel lead a presentation on DNA at the African American Special Interest Group Seminar, 20 June 2015 [Photo by Terry Smith] Ann Stirling Weller receiving her prize from Judy Riffel for the winning essay in the War of 1812 Essay Contest. Pictured here on Day 1 is Le Comité's table manned by Stella Carline Tanoos, Judy Riffel, Renee Bergeron Richard, and Lawrence LaBauve. (10/26/13) Members of the Board of Directors met at the home of Ann and Judy Riffel. From left to right are: Second Vice President Karen Ortolano; Board Member Ann DeVillier Riffel; Treasurer Judy Riffel; Board Member Stella Carline Tanoos; and Board Member Audrey Nabors Jackson. (5/18/13) Members attended Board Meeting at home of Judy Riffel and Ann DeVillier Riffell. From left to right: Judy Riffel, Audry Nabors Jackson, Ann DeVillier Riffel and Damon Veach. (Photo by Doris Falkenheiner) Judy Riffel demonstrates how to use the Archives book scanner to make digital images of large maps. Stella Carline Tanoos holds a copy of Our Home Journal and Judy Riffel holds the earliest known issue of the Iberville Gazette, two rare newspapers found in the courthouse. Tanoos, Riffel, Ann DeVillier Riffel (at right), and Rita Lynn Erwin Jackson (not pictured) recently completed a project to digitize the earliest newspapers found in the files of the Clerk's office. Not pictured: Judy Riffel, Treasurer. Not pictured, Treasurer Judy Riffel. Judy Riffel - April 14, 2012 Judy Riffel speaks on her research into Former Secretary of State Condo- leezza Rice's Louisiana roots, April 14, 2012. From left to right: Doris Falkenheiner (Secretary); Cherryl Forbes Montgomery (Third VicePresident); not pictured, Judy Riffel (Treasurer); Ann DeVillier Riffel (Board Member); and Audrey Nabors-Jackson (Board Member) Judy Riffel explains the use of the Freedmen's Bureau Finding Aid to Adrian Zeno at the State Archives on August 6, 2011. From left: Ann DeVillier Riffel, Judy Riffel, Doris Falkenheiner and Winston De Ville. Treasurer - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge Editor - Judy Riffel, Baton Rouge


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