Ex-Lafayette City-President Joey Durel goes into real estate
LAFAYETTE - Former Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel has joined an area real estate firm.
Durel left office last year after serving in the post for three consecutive terms. A news release says he now will work for Keaty Real Estate of Lafayette.
KATC-TV reports Durel, who also serves as business development officer for IberiaBank, will be working in several areas, including commercial real estate.
Durel was succeeded as Mayor-President in 2016 by former state Rep. Joel Robideaux.
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