2008

Champions

2008

champions

John McCall

John McCall

In December of 2005, at age 78, John McCall saved a valued source of funding for Xavier University.

Ken Moreau

Ken Moreau

In April of 2003, at age 67, Ken Moreau transformed his passion for fishing into a successful boat-building business.

Flo Schornstein

Flo Schornstein

In October of 2005, at age 71, Flo Schornstein took the lead on a drive to raise funds for ReLeaf New Orleans, a re-greening initiative aimed at replacing many of the thousands of trees that Katrina had taken from the Crescent City.

Pete Heine

Pete Heine

In May of 2004, at the age of 76, Pete Heine coordinated the construction of a church for the Leland community in Baker, Louisiana. 

Paul Prudhomme

Paul Prudhomme

In August of 2007, at age 67, Paul Prudhomme debuted the first episode of his nationally televised cooking show “Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Always Cooking!” 

Shirley Parsley

Shirley Parsley

On July 2, 2008, at age 65, Shirley Parsley rode the final mile of a bicycle trip from New Orleans to Ontario, Canada. 

Dr. Richard Gonzalez

Dr. Richard Gonzalez

On January 7, 2007, at the age of 74, Dr. Richard Gonzalez ran a marathon in the Middle Eastern metropolis of Dubai.

Mignon Faget

Mignon Faget

In May of 2006, after the age of 65, Mignon Faget achieved a business milestone as she left the ranks of small business owners and welcomed the 100th employee to her growing business. 

Dr. Jerry Fortino

Dr. Jerry Fortino

In 2006, at the age of 72, Dr. Jerry Fortino launched the restoration of the main entrance to City Park.