Carving Artist: Chris Capdeville of Atelier Woodworks

Even the worst occurrences imaginable can have silver linings. For Chris Capdeville, the strange times after Hurricane Katrina led him to find the craft that he would eventually make his occupation. Chris is the proud owner of a millwork and furniture design and fabrication shop called Atelier Woodworks, an LCI member. Chris grew up in Mandeville, …

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A Sweeping Success – Katreena Moses of Spring North Professional Cleaning Services

LCI Workers’ Comp Baton Rouge member Spring North Professional Cleaning Services has been making a clean sweep in offices and their surrounding properties since 2016. The boutique janitorial business is owned by Katreena Moses, a woman who believes that connecting people to gainful employment is a higher calling. She said, “I absolutely love community. I …

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A Toast To The Good Times: Diego Oliva of Crystal Events

The COVID-19 Pandemic put many things on hold; weddings, birthday parties, and other events that would normally bring friends and families together to celebrate have been postponed or canceled altogether due to safety restrictions. Diego Oliva, the owner of LCI’s member business Crystal Events in Kenner, could not have foreseen this sudden, devastating world event …

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Serving Up Seafood: Pamela Tran of Williams Seafood & PoBoy

Along Williams Boulevard in Kenner, Louisiana, a suburb of the New Orleans metropolitan area, you’ll find an expansive range of restaurants boasting international fare. Mesoamerican, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Brazilian… it’s a true culinary kingdom! LCI Workers’ Comp is proud to provide comp for many restaurants in this area including Mazaj Café and Chilangos Restaurant. One …

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In Her Soul Kitchen: Nicole Mackie of Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken & Waffles

New Orleans is a top destination for those seeking exotic, rich, and wonderful food; cuisine is one of the main reasons that people say they want to visit the city. Our famous culinary traditions that were formed over hundreds of years have been handed down from generation to generation in the kitchens of the most …

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Growing a Green Thumb – Colin Casey of LGD Lawn and Landscape

One of the most striking features of the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans is the greenery. Lakeview offers its residents a variety of tall trees, lush yards, and wide, grassy neutral grounds to enjoy. However, all of that plant life doesn’t maintain itself. That’s where LGD Lawn and Landscape comes in. The rapidly-expanding landscaping company …

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