October 1, 2014
Acadian Total Security was introduced to local business people and chamber members at the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce luncheon Sept. 23, 2014. President Blane Comeaux spoke about Acadian’s rich 40-year history in the Houma/Terrebonne area through ambulance and monitoring services.
Louis Eschete, III, Joe Szush, Susan Szush, Blane Comeaux, Rick Morales, Kristin Hebert, Tim Oubre, Steve Kuiper, Bruce Boudreaux, Eddie Cochran, Ed Smith and Adrienne Mullens represented Acadian Ambulance and Acadian Total Security at the luncheon.
“This team has more than 250 years of experience – that’s a lot of patients that we’ve transported, and a lot of hearts that we’ve monitored. But did you know that hearts aren’t the only thing we monitor?” Comeaux said. “We believe it’s a winning combination for Acadian, and for this community and our customers, as we bring a full circle of services for your health, and now your security and safety. With Acadian Total Security, you get local people and service.”
Donald Hingle, chamber chairman, presided over the program. Guest speaker Stephen Waguespack, president of Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), discussed LABI’s 2014 legislative scorecard and its initiatives for the upcoming legislative session.
Acadian Total Security sponsored the luncheon and gave away Acadian umbrellas, camping chairs and a Visa gift card to lucky chamber members in attendance.
Acadian Total Security provides protection for homes, businesses and people, including personal emergency response systems, mobile monitoring, advanced video security systems, access control and security monitoring. Acadian’s six divisions are Acadian Ambulance Service, Acadian Total Security, Air Med, Executive Aircraft Charter Service, National EMS Academy and Safety Management Systems.