Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association

The purposes of the Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association, a non-profit corporation, include: Foster, protect and promote the welfare and interest of all classified commissioned wildlife enforcement agents, active or retired. Encourage and promote the constant improvement of public service rendered by the Division of Enforcement, Department of Wildlife

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  • Region 4 donates funds to help young lady battling cancer.


    Kristy Leick
    In 2002 at just six years old Kristy was diagnosed with stage 4 Ewing’s Sarcoma. As a young child she endured 42 rounds of radiation and chemotherapy and also had to go through extensive surgery. After all of her treatment, she was cancer free for 5 years. In 2007 she was diagnosed with Papillary Carcinoma and had to undergo multiple surgeries. Within a year of being diagnosed with Papillary Carcinoma, Kristy was then diagnosed with Lymphoma, requiring multiple surgeries to remove several lymph nodes. Now, in 2015 Kristy has been diagnosed with Papillary Carcinoma once again. She is preparing to undergo radiation therapy for the next month, which will prevent her ability to work during that time frame.   Throughout all of her endeavors, Kristy remains a caring and fun-loving young lady who always has a positive and upbeat attitude. She is a great example of not to be put down when life gives you tough times.

  • Prayers and support for our brother!

    An account has been set up at capital one for the public to go in and donate money if they choose. The account number is 2082509472
    under Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association. If someone does not want to go in they can mail checks to 
    LWAA/ Sgt. Bullit 
    281 Lansdown Dr 
    Houma LA 70360 
    and we will make the deposit into the account. Scott's wife just started a new job and does not have any leave so any donations will help. 

    There will also be several Raffle tickets being sold throughout the state to help raise money. Contact your local region enforcement office for details on the raffle.


  • LWAA President Davis Madere accepting an award on behalf of The Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association from Governor Elect John Bel Edwards. The award was was presented to President Davis Madere at the Special Olympics Torch Run in Baton Rouge, La. The award was given on behalf of Special Olympics for LWAA's continued support of the Special Olympics.


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Died in the Line of Duty

Agent Frank L. Fagot Jr.

End of watch: Nov. 29, 1927

Sr. Agent Ken Aycock

End of watch: July 6, 1991

Senior Agent Ricky Dodge

End of watch: January 20, 1992

Senior Agent Leon "Buddy" Henderson Jr.

End of watch: March 30, 1996

Capt. "Big John" Garlington

End of watch: February 10, 2000

Senor Agent Jim Matkin "Big Country"

End of watch: March 2, 2005

Sergeant Paul Stuckey

End of watch: September 30, 2011

A Day of Remembrance
Jim Matkin Memorial Scholarship Application