A native of Franklinton, Louisiana, Lonny A. Myles was born on September 12, 1947. A 1965 Franklinton High School graduate, Lonny was voted "Most Likely to Succeed" by his classmates. As an undergraduate at Louisiana State University, Lonny was a member of the L.S.U. Football Team, President of the L.S.U. Chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Song Director for Campus Crusades for Christ. He earned his Juris Doctorate from L.S.U. Law Center and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1973. Lonny was elected Zachary City Court Judge in 1994. Since his election, he has continuously served our community from the bench.
A native of Baker, Louisiana, Trae Welch graduated from Baker High School and received his Bachelor of Science Degree at UL at Monroe. Mr. Welch received his Jurist Doctorate Degree from Southern University. Mr. Welch currently serves as Zachary City Prosecutor and practices law in Zachary. In addition to serving on the BTR Airport Commission, Democrat Trae Welch was elected to the Metropolitan Council representing District 1 in 2008. He is a former Baker Councilman and former member of the Baker Planning/Zoning Board. He and his wife, Lynn, own and operate the Jack and Jill’s Children Boutique in Zachary.
A native of Zachary, Louisiana, Allen Hayes graduated from
Northwestern High School in 1969. Mr. Hayes attends The Greater New Hope Baptist Church where he serves as Chairman of the Board of Deacons. He is a retired from the City of Zachary but serves as the Probation Officer for Zachary City Court.