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New Orleans Kingfish


Generous, durable and unflinching in character – the men of New Orleans who fit this archetype are known as Kingfish. They are the very essence of power and compassion combined with masculinity, and give more to others than to themselves. A Kingfish always shows up – fashionably late, of course, as he's on New Orleans time – and when he enters the room, it's under his command. Socializing is as important as business and often is one and the same. He's dapper, a masterful storyteller and minds his manners the way his mama taught him. Leadership comes as natural to a Kingfish as breathing. He measures his success by the success of those coming up behind him and lends his strong shoulders for them to stand upon. Whether sipping a sazarac or a beer; conducting a meeting or jumping into a secondline; spending time with his family or serving on the board of a favorite charity, a Kingfish does it all with that special brand of savoir faire perfected in New Orleans. He's not just a boss, he's a Kingfish. 



2019 Kingfish:

Walter M. Kimbrough, Ph.D.

Nicholas G. Pejic, M.D.

Anthony Pope

Brett A. Rector

Stephen Rue

Robert Stone

Joshua Walther


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For more information contact Kate Sanders at Kate@myneworleans.com or (504) 830-7216. 


2018 Kingfish: 

Jonathan Andry

​Ryan E Burks

Russ M Herman

Chris McMahon

Leo Palazzo


2017 Kingfish: 

Frank J. D'Amico, Jr.

Carl de Gersdorff

John Jay

Dr. Jason Parker

Chuck Roth

Glen D. Smith

Todd Tournillon

Brian Trascher



2016 Kingfish: 

Roy Martial Carubba, P.E.

Casey Vosbein

Greg K. Stock

Michael A. Nicoll

Robert B. Evans III, JD, MBA

Matthew Burnell

James Moises, MD

Thomas A. Neyhart

Doug Dow

Michael Moses, M.D.

Robert H. Berning III

Franco Valobra

Nathan Richard


Click here to see pictures from our 2016  Kingfish  party. 


For more information contact Kate Sanders at Kate@myneworleans.com or call her at (504) 830-7216.