Local high school teacher dies Tuesday morning
BATON ROUGE- Faculty and staff at an area high school are mourning the loss of a longtime teacher and administrator.
According to a release, Jacqueline "Jackie" Labat of St. Joseph's Academy died Tuesday morning. Labat spent 47 years at the school as a French teacher and administrator.
She leaves behind husband Wade Labat; daughters Michele Wilks (Matthew) and Christine Labat; and grandchildren Ryan and Camille Wilks and Libby Labat.
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