Scott Angelle’s business career has included strategic planning, risk management, and petroleum land management. His political career started when he was elected to the St. Martin Parish Police Jury at the age of 25. He served in that position for 12 years, when he was then elected as the parish’s first Parish President. In 2004, Angelle was appointed Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and Chairman of the State’s Mineral Board. In 2010 he was appointed the 52nd Lieutenant Governor, serving as the interim officeholder for six months. He was elected to the LPSC in 2012 and has served on that body since. He currently resides in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana with his wife of 26 years, Dianne. The couple has five children, and twin granddaughters, and are members of St. Bernard Catholic Church.
Eric Skrmetta, an attorney with degrees from Southern University School of Law and Tulane University Law School, was elected to the Public Service Commission on November 4th, 2008. He is an executive board member to the Southeast Louisiana Boy Scouts of America and a member of the Jefferson Parish Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife Deborah have two children.
Former United States Representative Clyde Holloway was elected to the Public Service Commission in April 2009. In addition to his time in Congress, Holloway served as state director for the Office of Rural Development in the U.S. Department of Agriculture from October 2006 to January 2009. He owns a tree and shrub nursery in Forest Hill, where he resides with his wife Catherine. They have four adult children.