Retired 18th JDC Judge Edward N. Engolio, Sr., 90, died Wednesday, July 11, 2012. He was a 1943 graduate of Louisiana State University and earned his JD degree from LSU Law School in 1948. He was a graduate of the National Judicial College and the University of Nevada Judicial Masters Course. Judge Engolio was a former City Attorney for the Cities of Plaquemines and White Castle and was Author of Articles of Incorporation, Louisiana District Court Judges Association, serving as a multiple term member of that body’s Executive Board. Judge Engolio was the first Louisiana judge to successfully order and maintain women on juries in 1975 and started a model selection system for jurors. He served as First Chairman of the Board of Governors as well as Vice President of the LSU Law School. He was a World War II veteran, serving 1943-1946 in China, Burma, India, French Indo-China (North Vietnam), and serving 1946-1972 in the US Army Reserve, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He took his first oath as judge on the 18th JDC in 1969 and served there until his retirement in 1991.