06 Dec 2012

Francis “Dusty” Jumonville ’73 Inducted into CHS Hall of Fame

Mr. Francis íÍDustyíñ C. Jumonville Jr. was inducted into the Catholic High School Hall of Fame December 6, 2012 at the 28th Annual Founders Banquet at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center.

Jumonville is a 1973 Catholic High School graduate.  He earned his B.S. in accounting from Louisiana State University and has been co-owner and CFO at Airtrol, Inc. for 29 years.

Dusty has impacted not only the Catholic High community but the Baton Rouge community as well. He has served on the Board of Directors for organizations such as Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baton Rouge for 10 years, E.J. and Marjory Ourso Foundation and Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge. 

In addition to his service on the Board of Directors and Foundation Board of Directors at Catholic High School, Dusty was a member of the Alumni Association Board, Finance Committee, Development Committee and PAGE volunteer.  In 2003, he was recognized as Catholic Highí´s Distinguished Graduate for Catholic Schools Week.  His commitment and generosity to Catholic High have been a priority since his graduation.

Dusty and his wife Robin have two children: Ben Jumonville, CHS Class of 2008; and Todd Jumonville, CHS Class of 2010.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Hopkins III, CHS Class of 1976, and Mr. and Mrs. William W. Pecue II, CHS Class of 1978, were honored as new CHS Perpetual Founders for their generous donation of $100,000 or more to Catholic High School during their lifetimes.

Hal Dupuy served as the master of ceremonies of the 28th Annual Founders Banquet and Gene Tullier, CHS president, inducted Mr. Francis Jumonville in the Hall of Fame. 

Hal Dupuy, director of advancement, recognized the Alumni Association current President Sam Losavio, past Mothersí´ Club President Stacy Hebert and past Mení´s Club President David Clements for their contributions to CHS in the 2011-2012 fiscal year.  Dupuy also acknowledged Kathleen and John Lovretich, 2011-2012 Parents Annual Giving Event chaircouple, for their leadership. 

The CHS Advancement Office organized the event.