BATON ROUGE -- Services are Monday for Dr. Gregory W. Stone, director of LSU’s Coastal Studies Institute. He died Feb. 17 at age 53.
He was a member of the school’s School of the Coast and Environment faculty and an internationally known coastal studies research.
Survivors include his wife Ann and a son.
Rabenhorst is in charge of arrangements.
NEW ORLEANS -- Services will be Tuesday for landscape architect Carlos Cashio. He died Feb. 19 at age 68.
Cashio won national awards for the redevelopment of Vieux Carre Riverfront, Audubon Park Zoological Garden, the Louisiana Swamp Exhibit and Woldenburg Park.
Survivors include his wife Marie.
Former DOTD counsel
BATON ROUGE -- Services for former general counsel to the La. Department of Transportation Philip Jones are pending at Rabenhorst. He died Feb. 19 at age 90.
Jones, an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, was general counsel for DOTD for 20 years and was instrumental in development of the interstate highway system in Louisiana.
He spearheaded the concept of “pocket parks”, the use of undedicated space under and around interstates as community parks, a concept now widely used around the nation.
Survivors include a son and two daughters.
LINE CREEK -- Services will be Tuesday for former assistant PSC director Howell Miller. He died Feb. 19 at age 79.
Miller as assistant director to PSC Commissioner Ed Kennon. He was a retired engineer who had also worked as a lobbyist.
Survivors include his wife Beatrice, two sons and a daughter.
Hartman-Sharkey is in charge of arrangements.