February 15, 2016
From left: Brett Furr, BOD chair; Rep. Charles Boustany; Todd Stevens, CEO
Recently, Taylor Porter Partner Brett Furr had the pleasure of touring the $23 million renovation, expansion and modernization of the Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center, installing advanced cancer-fighting technology.
Furr serves as Board Chairman of the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. Also visiting the Center included Senior Health Policy Advisor Robb Walton with the Office of Senator Bill Cassidy, and Congressman Charles Boustany Jr., who were greeted by the Center's president and CEO Todd Stevens, and Dr. Jonas Fontenot, physics chief.
For more information on the renovations, visit http://www.mbpololrenovations.org/
At Taylor Porter, Furr is engaged primarily in a real estate and commercial litigation practice. He is actively involved in the Baton Rouge community. He was recently selected as the recipient of the LSU College of Human Sciences and Education Distinguished Service on Behalf of the College Award. Furr is a member of the Board of Louisiana Business & Technology Center. He is a past president of the University Laboratory School Foundation and recently co-chaired a capital campaign which raised over $6.5 million. He is an Elder and Trustee of First Presbyterian Church where he chairs the Budget and Personnel Committees. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Baton Rouge Water Company. He recently served two terms on the Board of Governors of the City Club of Baton Rouge, serving on the Executive Committee and as Secretary. Furr serves on numerous other boards in our community.
From left: Dr. Jonas Fontenot, physics chief; Robb Walton, sr. health policy advisor; Brett Furr, BOD chair; Todd Stevens, CEO