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Update on LOGA President Don Briggs

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As you will recall, Louisiana Oil and Gas President Don Briggs sustained a serious head injury after slipping in a stairway at a home in North Carolina in October. At that time he was moved to an Asheville, North Carolina medical facility, where his condition started to improve. Since then, he was able to move back to his hometown of Lafayette, where he was treated at a local medical facility.

His improvement continued and he was then transported to the TIRR Herman Memorial Hospital in Houston for further inpatient treatment. We are happy to report that he is now being moved out of that hospital into an inpatient, rehabilitation facility in Houston. According to his physicians, his health is progressing daily and prognosis is good for recovery.

The Briggs family is grateful for the outpouring of well wishes and prayers and continues to appreciate your consideration of their privacy at this time.

Meanwhile, the work of LOGA continues with Vice President Gifford Briggs acting as president of the organization pending Mr. Briggs return.

LOGA will provide additional updates on his condition as they become available.

Posted in: LOGA News

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The Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (known before 2006 as LIOGA) was organized in 1992 to represent the Independent and service sectors of the oil and gas industry in Louisiana; this representation includes exploration, production and oilfield services. Our primary goal is to provide our industry with a working environment that will enhance the industry. LOGA services its membership by creating incentives for Louisiana’s oil & gas industry, warding off tax increases, changing existing burdensome regulations, and educating the public and government of the importance of the oil and gas industry in the state of Louisiana.

1 Comment on "Update on LOGA President Don Briggs"

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  1. John O. Harris says:

    Hope for continued success Don’s Recovery.

    John O. Harris
    Geologist

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