Keith Zerangue

Keith Zerangue

Title: Retired Electrician Distribution Engineering Coordinator
Company: Lafayette Utilities System
Location: Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, United States

Keith Zerangue, Retired Electric Distribution Engineering Coordinator at Lafayette Utilities System, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical engineering.

Inspired to pursue a career in electrical engineering after joining a friend on job sites, Mr. Zerangue has now accrued nearly 40 years of inimitable experience in the field. After earning a Bachelor of Science in industrial technology, electricity and electronics from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1981, Mr. Zerangue obtained an electrical theory and wiring certificate and officially spearheaded his career in his local Louisiana. Since 1981, and until his 2018 retirement, he served the Lafayette Utilities System as an electric distribution engineering coordinator, moving up from an initial engineering aide and specialist role. In his career, Mr. Zerangue provided commercial electrical services to businesses and was responsible for the acquisition of commercial and residential customer services. He also assisted with damage assessment and infrastructure restoration in the aftermath of severe storms, as well as with mapping and documenting local facilities.

Looking back on his distinguished career, Mr. Zerangue was most proud to lead and power up several large commercial complexes and shopping centers, which house stores such as Costco Wholesale. For his contributions to his company and exceptional safety practices, he has received certificates of recognition for accident-free streaks from Lafayette Utilities System in 1990 and 1995. He has also received an esteemed plaque for his three years as president of the Acadian Electrical Engineering Association from 2007 to 2009. Outside of his primary professional work, Mr. Zerangue had also been involved with the Boy Scouts, Knights of Columbus, St. Bernard Parish and St. Francis Food Pantry. In five years, he plans to take his time in life and enjoy his retirement, as he wishes to see his three grandchildren grow up and lead honorable lives. Mr. Zerangue attributes his career success simply to the enjoyment and passion he has found in his field.

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