Krewe de Ruckus Presents What Happens in Vegas
Krewe de Ruckus celebrated their annual Mardi Gras ball on February 9 at the West Cal Event Center. The theme was “What Happens in Vegas.”
King Noel Serice is the son of Vincent and Vera Serice. A graduate of Sulphur High, he is employed by Westlake Chemical as a machinist. Queen Megan Menard is the daughter of Jeffery and Dena Menard. She is a graduate of Vinton High and is employed by Dr. Bridgett Loehn as a medical assistant. The Royal Couple are both residents of Sulphur and have been together for 18 years. They enjoy spending time outdoors, fishing, and being with family and friends. They have been Krewe members for four years and love their Krewe family.
Captain Josh Thibodeaux was born and raised in Sulphur. He and his wife Courtney have a daughter, Harvey Belle. Josh works at his family’s business, Propaint Collisions, and enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with family and friends. He also enjoys causing a Ruckus with his Krewe family, which he has been a part of for four years.
Duke Chris and Duchess Bridgett Daigle have been married for 10 years. The Duke is employed at Gravity Drainage as a heavy equipment operator and the Duchess has been a hairstylist for 16 years. They live in Sulphur and have three children, Kiele, Ty and Lea, and lots of nieces and nephews. As a family they enjoy McNeese football tailgating and games, and being at the baseball fields watching Tornado baseball. They also enjoy spending lots of time with their Ruckus family. Their favorite times are Family Funday Sunday when they get together with their families for dinner and a game of blitz ball, or just hanging out on Gammy and Pops’s back porch.
Duke John and Duchess Jenny Abshier have been married for three years and have six children and three grandchildren. They enjoy cooking, fishing, camping and spending time with friends.
Krewe de Ruckus was founded in 2014 by 9 foundation members whose mission is to carry on a family-oriented Mardi Gras tradition while causing a Ruckus.
In 2018, the Krewe participated in the Cystic Fibrosis Colors for a Cause and Sulphur High School Athletes’ Walks. They also threw a bingo fundraiser that raised $5,000 for Families Helping Families.
The Krewe would like to recognize their board members: President Bridgett Daigle and her husband Chris, Vice President Anthony Thibodeaux, Secretary Courtney Thibodeaux, Treasurer Pam Thibodeaux and her husband Tony, Sergeants at Arms Jamie Guillory and his wife Tracy and Jeffro Oquain and his wife Dee Dee.