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In Memoriam

Retired Plaquemine City Court Judge Robert “Bobby” Freeman

Retired Plaquemine City Court Judge Robert “Bobby” Freeman, 82, died Sunday, May 14, 2016. He was senior vice president of Plaquemine High School where he won the boxing state championship in 1951. He attended LSU and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame for his boxing career as two time NCAA runner-up in his weight class. After attending LSU, he served as Special Agent of the United State Army Counter Intelligence Corps. He received his JD degree from Loyola University in 1965 and was elected to the House of Representatives to serve parts of Iberville and West Baton Rouge Parishes in 1968. Freeman was House floor leader in the early 1970’s. In 1980, he was elected Lieutenant Governor. In 1990, he was elected judge of Plaquemine City Court where he served six years.

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