Tatje Insurance sponsors the Deputy of the Quarter

Tatje Insurance sponsored the Deputy of the Quarter recipient,Benjamin Teekell. Ben then was honored as Officer of the Year  on January 16,2020. 

 Deputy Benjamin Teekell was named 2019 Officer of the Year by the St. John Sheriff’s Office during the seventh annual Officer of the Year Awards Ceremony January 16 at Petra’s Restaurant in LaPlace. Deputy Teekell, a patrol officer, was honored for exhibiting patience, a kind demeanor, exceptional manner, and professionalism in helping a woman severely beaten April 24, 2019 in a domestic violence incident as well as efficient investigative work that led to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator on several physical abuse charges and other charges. The perpetrator was recently sentenced to life in prison.  Deputy Teekell was presented the award by Joey Scontrino of Landcraft Homes, sponsor of the Officer the Year honor.
Several officers and their family members,elected officials, and other community members attended the program that pays tribute to outstanding officers. These officers are recognized for their dedication to public service, outstanding commitment to the community, excellent police work, and the commendable manner in which they perform their jobs. Sheriff Tregre works with several local businesses that provide sponsorships and contributions to award these outstanding officers.

State Sen. Gary Smith Jr. was the speaker. 

The SJSO also recognized businesses for generous support of law enforcement. Businesses recognized for sponsoring the Officer of the Quarter were Wayne Vicknair of Advanced Marketing Products, Ali Vicknair and Evin Stein of PJ’s Coffee, Kelsey Jumonville and Kurt Tatje of Tatje Insurance and Sandy Lambert, Financial Products and Louisiana Federal Credit Union.

Tatje Insurance works with local groups to bring cheer this Christmas

Natalie as a member of the Lions Club provided Christmas cheer and Jambalya at the Twin Oaks Christmas Party.


Tatje Insurance along with there Business 2 Business group helped supply gifts for several CASA children. Thanks CASA for what you do. — with Natalie Tatje.