Many people have been wanting to e-mail the Louisiana College Board of Trustees. So many people are frustrated with what is happening at Louisiana College but feel like they have no voice. Here is your voice. Send e-mails to the board to let them know how you feel about the situation at LC. But, when you do remember that Dr. Aguillard is a symptom. There are power structures in the LBC that have kept Aguillard in power. Those power structures and the one man who yields them, David Hankins, also need to be held accountable.
Below are the e-mails for the 34 members of the Board of Trustees.
Tommy French [email protected]
Candace Selman [email protected]
Bob Agee [email protected]
Pat Price [email protected]
Jim Garlington [email protected]
Quint West [email protected]
Ms.Roxane West [email protected]
John Hoychick [email protected],
Lonnie Scarborough [email protected]
Roxane West<[email protected]
Glen George [email protected]
Steve Folmar [email protected]
Steve Horn [email protected]
Jay Adkins [email protected]
Tony Perkins [email protected]
J W. Hellums [email protected]
Larry Hubbard [email protected]
Joe Alain [email protected]
Randy Harper [email protected]
David Hankins [email protected]
Michael Moore [email protected]
Roy Davis [email protected]
Sam Camp [email protected]
Clay Crenshaw [email protected]
Mike Ferguson [email protected]
Ryan Gregory [email protected]
Dear Board of Trustee Member,
You are at a defining point in your life and in the life of Louisiana College. Please know that
my prayers are with you as you face the decisions ahead. As I searched for words to express
my feelings about the problems at L.C., I have kicked myself over and over about not being able
to find those words. Sellers was always so good with knowing just what to say, when to say it, and to make an eloquent delivery. He died last month but he left that legacy and I am going to
bring it to life today to meet my needs.
In October 2000, Sellers was awarded the Trustees Distinguished Service Award. In his acceptance speech on that Founders Day, he quoted a poem by Will Allen Dromgole called
The Bridge Builder.
An old man going a lone highway
came in the evening cold and gray
to a chasm vast and deep and wide.
The old man crossed it in the twilight dim,
the sullen stream had no fears for him.
But he stopped when safe on the other side
And built a bridge to span the tide.
“Old man”, said a fellow pilgrim near,
“You’re wasting your strength with building here.
Your journey will end with the ending day,
You never again will pass this way.
You’ve crossed the chasm deep and wide,
Why build you this bridge at evening tide?”
The builder lifted his old, gray head.
“Good friend, in the path I have come,” he said,
“There followth after me today,
a youth whose feet must pass this way.
This chasm which has been as naught to me,
to that fair-haired youth, might a pitfall be.
He too, must cross in the twilight dim,
good friend, I’m building the bridge for him.”
Will you be a bridge builder?
In his closing remarks, he challenged the graduate with this story about the death of Socrates.
Plato, telling about the death of Socrates, says that when Socrates had finished drinking the deadly hemlock, he turned to Crito, whom he had named executor of his estate, and said,
“I owe Aesephelus a cock. Will you remember to pay the debt?” To which Crito replied,
“I will remember.”
Will you as a trustee remember to pay the debt?
May God bless you and May God bless Louisiana College
In His Love, Sellers and Sarah Aycock