IberiaBank names three young business leaders, Todd G. Citron, Blake R. David and Edward J. Krampe III, to its Lafayette Advisory Board.
IberiaBank has named Todd G. Citron, Blake R. David and Edward J. Krampe III to its Lafayette Advisory Board.
Citron is general manager of Hub City Ford. A graduate of LSU, he previously served as president of the Lafayette Rotary Club and the Upper Lafayette Economic Foundation, and currently sits on the executive board of the Louisiana Auto Dealers Association.
Todd G. Citron
David is a founding partner of Broussard & David, focusing on personal injury and wrongful death litigation. He serves as president of the Lafayette Bar Association, and is a former chairman of the Lafayette Downtown Development Authority and a founding board member of the705.
Blake R. David
Krampe is an owner of McDonald's of Acadiana and a co-founder of Strategic Systems Management and Place de Lafayette Development. He serves as commissioner for the Lafayette Economic Development Authority, treasurer of the Our Lady of Lourdes Foundation executive committee, and was a former board of director for the Downtown Development Association.
Edward J. Krampe III
"We are extremely proud to have these outstanding community members join our advisory board," says Jerry Vascocu, IberiaBank's Acadiana president. "They are young, energetic leaders in our community with tremendous entrepreneurial experience. We look forward to tapping into their enthusiasm and business expertise that is vital to the continued success of our community."