Jewell P. Lowe Humanitarian Award

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Jewell Lowe’s life was devoted to charity, leadership, influence and advocacy, improving the lives of the people of Acadiana. The Jewell P. Lowe Humanitarian Award was established in 2014 to recognize those individuals of substantial humanitarian accomplishment who have exhibited a deep compassion for those less fortunate, a desire to improve the lives of the people of Acadiana, and whose life’s work has positively advanced these ideals.

Congratulations to Bo & Jerry Ramsay, 2017 Jewell P. Lowe Humanitarian award recipient!

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Jerry & Bo Ramsay
This year's Jewell P. Lowe Humanitarian Award Winners

Bo Ramsay, a Korean war combat veteran of the United States Army, has shown fierce dedication and support of charitable organizations is well known. He is a founding member of the Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation, as well as the Board of Trustees for Episcopal School of Acadiana. He has been a major supporter of 232-Help, Inc. and the Lafayette Community Healthcare Clinic.

Jerry Ramsay has for many years been a dedicated supported of the Heymann Performing Arts Center & Frem Boustany Convention Center, Lafayette Catholic Services Center, the Frem. F. Boustany, Sr. Foundation, the UL Lafayette Alumni Association, the Performing Arts Society of Lafayette, the Acadiana Symphony Women’s League, 232-Help, Inc. as well as other causes to which she has given her time and resources.

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