Patrick Miller is a Louisiana sculptor specializing in realistic monuments, reliefs, and portrait busts. Patrick's work is cast in virgin silicon bronze. He is available for public and private commissions in all sizes and subject matter, from miniature to larger than life-size.
Edward A. Dufresne Jr. served as Chief Judge of the Louisiana 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. He also served as St. Charles Parish clerk of court and 29th Judicial District judge. Life size bronze sculpture of Judge Dufresne is installed at the Edward A. Dufresne Community Center in Luling, Louisiana.
Dr. Stephens was named the first president of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (known then as SLI) on January 23, 1900. In 1934 he founded the Live Oak Society, a registry now in 14 states. His goal was to identify and protect these cultural and historical icons. To qualify for membership, an oak was required to be at least 100 years of age, as determined by having a circumference of at least 16 feet at 4.5 feet off the ground. The Society’s 100 oldest oaks, range from approximately 1200 years of age to several hundred years.