Keith M. Reynaud
Councilman Keith Reynaud was born in 1953. Son of the late John D. Reynaud, Jr. and Audrey Champaign-Reynaud, Keith is one of nine children and was raised in the Lakeview area of New Orleans. He attended St. Dominic School, Lakeview Private School and graduated from East Jefferson High School in 1972. He went on to pursue a career in the HVAC industry and graduated from the Refrigeration School of New Orleans and GE Comfort College in Tyler, Texas. In 1974, Keith founded one of Kenner's oldest HVAC businesses, A & H Service Co., a member of the Better Business Bureau. He moved to the City of Kenner in 1975.
Councilman Reynaud is married to Dona Newcomb-Reynaud and has five (5) children, two (2) stepchildren and six (6) grandchildren.
Currently a member of the Galatas Booster Club and formerly a member of Highway Park and Muss Bertolino Booster Clubs, he has coached both youth baseball and football. Keith is a parishioner of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and is an active member of the Driftwood Park Civic Association. He is also the President of Driftwood Park Country Club. Keith served on the board of the NOPHC and is a current member of the Krewe of Excalibur. Keith also served on the board and held the position of President of the Kenner YMCA.
Councilman Reynaud has worked with and assisted in starting many charitable organizations that raised over $500,000.00 for organizations such as The American Cancer Society, The Alzheimer's Association, The American Kidney Association, The New Orleans Musician's Clinic, A Child's Wish Foundation, Callie's Cure, CASA, Families Helping Families and many others.
Councilman Reynaud serves on the board, as treasurer, of Market Place Condominium Association and is a past treasurer of Chateau De Lamer Condominium Association. He has served on the board of The Louisiana Heat Pump Association and has been the recipient of GE's prestigious "Monogram Dealer Award" for five years in a row. He is also a recipient of American Standard's "Customer Care Dealer Award" for outstanding customer satisfaction for the past fifteen (15) years.
Keith will use his thirty-eight (38) years of successful business experience to help increase economic development in District Three. He knows that the development of areas such as Laketown will not only increase the city's sales tax revenue but also create new jobs and help in reducing crime. This type of growth will improve the quality of life for our existing residents and attract the younger generations to our area to raise their families.
The well-being of the City of Kenner is a topic of great passion for Councilman Reynaud. He is proud of Kenner, which is why he chose to raise his family here. His hope as a Councilman is to encourage that passion in the residents of District Three as well residents and business owners citywide.
Current proposals for regulating the parking of boats and trailers in the city of Kenner.
Note: These are PROPOSALS only, and other potential revisions to the current ordinance are also in the works.
What's New in Kenner and District Three!
City of Kenner is proud to introduce its new Farmer's Market in Historical Rivertown.
District Three Civic Organizations and Community Groups