Louis Chopin “Choppy” Cusachs Ph.D. has deep roots in St. Tammany Parish; his grandfather Gaspar Cusachs had his summer home in Lewisburg (Mandeville) and Choppy’s father used to talk about taking the ferry from New Orleans to Mandeville. Choppy Inherited land from his father in Goodbee that he inherited from his father. Choppy graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, in 1956, but was found not physically qualified for a commission. He entered Northwestern University, Evanston, from which he received the Ph.D. degree in chemistry. Awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to France, renewed for a second year, he completed a Diplôme d’Études Supérieures in theoretical physics at the Sorbonne. After lecturing at the University of Valencia, Spain, under the Fulbright program, Cusachs was appointed to the chemistry faculty of Tulane University, New Orleans. He lectured at the National University of Buenos Aires, Argentina on another Fulbright grant before moving to Loyola University as Professor of Computer Science. Cusachs is author or co-author of more than seventy research papers in quantum chemistry, molecular physics, and quantum biology, and one book. He served as president of the International Society of Quantum Biology, then spent a decade in the research and development laboratories of a major oil company. Cusachs also studied and taught at the C.G. Jung Educational Center in Houston. Thirty years later he took an M. Div. at the Houston Graduate School of Theology with major in pastoral counseling and a Licentiate in Theology at St. George’s Anglican Seminary. After ordination in 1991 he was commissioned a chaplain in the Texas State Guard, serving three years before moving back to Louisiana. Louis Chopin Cusachs was consecrated in Covington, Louisiana in March 2003, for the Diocese of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas of the American Anglican Convocation. He served as President of the College of Bishops of the Anglican Church International Communion for 2006. He founded St. Athanasius Anglican Church in 2004 when he and his wife, Carol Lee Cusachs, M.Ed., L.P.C. completed the building which served as their home, a small retreat center, and temporary church. Starting in high school Choppy began writing poetry, some of which found its way into print. Choppy served a number of years as chaplain of Robert Burns Post 16, American Legion in Covington, LA and in the 40 & 8, as well as on the board of commissioners of St. Tammany Parish Fire District 13. He married Barbara Shields Breckinridge in 1964 and they have three children. Choppy and Barbara divorced in 1978 and in 1980 he married Carol Lee Evans. He and Carol Lee enjoyed 31 wonderful years together, fighting the cancer that carried her off for the last 18. Choppy has five grandchildren.