Personnel moves at Windsor Court, Flanagan Partners, Gambel | Business News

New Orleans

Joe Eagan has been named general manager of Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home & Cemeteries.

Eagan will manage daily operations of the funeral home and 127-acre cemetery grounds, overseeing a staff of about 100 employees.

He previously served as general manager for four Dignity Memorial funeral homes in the Greater New Orleans area: Leitz-Eagan Funeral Homes in Metairie and Marrero, H.C. Alexander Funeral Home in Norco and Grace Funeral Home and St. Lazarus of Bethany Memorial Garden in Covington. He will remain in an advisory role for these four businesses.

He earned a bachelor’s in business from LSU and a master’s in business administration from the University of New Orleans.

Hailey Claudio has been promoted to assistant director of rooms at The Windsor Court.

Claudio joined the hotel staff in June 2021. She oversaw the valet operation being transitioned to in-house and created the rooms controller position.

She previously served in numerous management positions in Miami before relocating to New Orleans.

Everton Carvalho has joined Gambel Communications as a communications coordinator.

Carvalho previously served as the social media manager for RC Bolos in Sao Paulo, Brazil and as a graphic designer for The Athletic Collection in Baton Rouge, where he designed officially licensed posters for the LSU football and basketball teams.

He earned a bachelor’s in English from Davis & Elkins College, where he played on the soccer team, and a master’s in mass communications with a focus on public relations from LSU.

Meghan F. Grant is now a partner in Flanagan Partners.

She represents businesses in contractual, regulatory and litigation matters, particularly in the areas of oil and gas, insurance coverage/recovery, construction, and complex commercial disputes.

She is an honors graduate of Tulane Law School.

Baton Rouge

Leslie Dozier has been hired as director of development and donor relations for the Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts.

Dozier has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit fund development, organizational management and community relations, serving in leadership roles with various local nonprofits and as philanthropic consultant to several international and national organizations.

She is a graduate of the LSU School of Music and Dramatic Arts.

Dishili Young has been promoted by Neel-Schaffer to vice president, engineer manager.

Young has more than 20 years of experience providing program management, project management and engineering design services for large-scale transportation projects. She joined Neel-Schaffer in 2017 and manages the firm’s Louisiana Transportation and Civil Design groups. In 2019, she was named Member of the Year by the Women Transportation Seminar Louisiana Chapter for her contributions, and she serves as vice president for WTS Baton Rouge Chapter.

John Campbell has been hired as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Investar Bank.

Campbell has more than 30 years of financial leadership experience. He comes from Laitram, where served as director of accounting and corporate controller since 2005. Campbell also held leadership positions with Hibernia National Bank and Ernst & Young.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from LSU.

Rhoman Hardy has joined Bernhard Capital Partners as an operating partner.

Hardy spent nearly 35 years at Shell, where he most recently served as senior vice president, chemicals and products, for the U.S. Gulf Coast.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from LSU and an executive MBA from Rice University. Hardy was appointed to Louisiana’s Community and Technical College Board of Supervisors in 2020.

Around Louisiana

Andrew “Andy” Naquin has been hired as director of sales for Bollinger Shipyards.

Naquin has more than 22 years of experience in the maritime industry. Before joining Bollinger, he was vice president of sales for Kilgore Marine Services. He previously worked for Comar Marine Corporation and Tidewater Marine.

He earned a bachelor’s in agricultural business and a master’s in business administration from Nicholls State University.


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