Seafood Important Part of Bayou State Congressman Boustany’s Heritage

nysfe | March 13, 2016 | Seafood News

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One of ten siblings born to Charles, Sr. and Madlyn Boustany, Saturday night was seafood night growing up in Lafayette. The future Louisiana representative is on the far right in plaid jacket. Photo: Boustany Family

by Ed Lallo/Gulf Seafood News Editor

In the U.S. Congress, Dr. Charles William Boustany, Jr. has always been a champion for the Gulf seafood community. The five-term Congressman serving south central Louisiana grew up with Gulf seafood playing an important part of his family life, and he works tirelessly to ensure that it remains an important part of Louisiana and the Gulf’s culture.

One of ten siblings born to Charles, Sr. and Madlyn Boustany, Saturday night was seafood night growing up in Lafayette.

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In the U.S. Congress, Dr. Charles William Boustany, Jr. has always been a champion for the Gulf seafood community. Photo: Ed Lallo/Gulf Seafood News

“My fondest memories of eating Gulf seafood goes to Saturday night sitting around the table with my nine brothers and sisters eating boiled crabs,” said Boustany in an exclusive interview with Gulf Seafood News in his Capitol Hill office. “Saturday night was always very informal at home. …read more



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