Brandon Fremin ’92 Honored As Catholic High School’s Distinguished Graduate
CHS alumnus Brandon Fremin ’92 was honored by the Diocese of Baton Rouge as Catholic High School’s 2019-2020 Distinguished Graduate during its annual Distinguished Graduate Awards Dinner on Jan. 27, at the Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel.
Fremin, who is currently serving as the United States District Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana, has committed his entire professional life to protecting and serving his community. Through service in the United States Marine Corps and his years as a career prosecutor, Brandon has worked tirelessly to protect the vulnerable and defend our state and nation from violent crimes such as terrorism and human trafficking.
“The value of my Catholic education is immeasurable. I am truly blessed to have had the opportunity to attend Catholic High School – an institution nationally recognized for academic excellence, but more importantly, for the faith-based values it instilled in me and countless young men in our community.” – Brandon Fremin
Other CHS alumni recognized as Distinguished Graduates were Dillion Couvillion ’04, Holy Family School; Louis DeJohn, Jr. ’66, Sacred Heart of Jesus School; Brett Murray ’06, St. Aloysius School; Dr. Matthew Berlinger ’08, St. Jean Vianney School; David Territo ’00, St. Jude the Apostle School and Jude Palombo ’79, St. Thomas More School. Also recognized as the Distinguished Catholic School Clergy was CHS alumnus Reverend Gregory J. Daigle ’77, from St. John the Evangelist.
Congratulations to all of these outstanding men.