Conrad Comeaux was elected as the Lafayette Parish Assessor on October 21, 1999 , his four-year term began on January 1, 2001.
Mr. Comeaux, a native of Scott , Louisiana , graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette , LA with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry. He later earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and a Master of Health Administration from Tulane University in New Orleans , LA.
Mr. Comeaux's diverse work experience include hospital administration, insurance sales, and owning an oilfield rental tool company.
Prior to being elected to the Assessor's office, Mr. Comeaux served from 1984 – 1996 as a member of the Lafayette Parish Council.
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