ⓘ Francis Grevemberg
Francis Carroll Grevemberg, was the superintendent of the Louisiana State Police from 1952 to 1955, best remembered for his fight against organized crime.
Grevemberg was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, to Francis Bartholomew "Frank" Grevemberg and the former Onita Coulon Jumonville deVilliers, members of two prominent families in South Louisiana. He twice ran for governor of Louisiana, as a Democrat in the 1955 party primary and as the Republican nominee in the general election held on April 19, 1960.
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