Youngsville officer who died of COVID complications is honored with benefit in Scott

Posted at 12:28 PM, Sep 25, 2021
and last updated 2021-09-26 00:25:44-04

Local organizations gathered in Scott to support the family of a Youngsville Police Officer who passed away in July of complications from COVID.

Randy Guidry's family was honored with a benefit at Cajun Harley Davidson.

The event began at 7 A.M. and lasted until 4 P.M.

Activity's during the event are a poker run, silent and open auction, a cook-off, and live music.

A member of the Blue Knights motorcycle club, Rodney Wooten, said this of Guidry, "We had an officer in the Youngsville Police Department, Randy Guidry who was president of our Blue Knights Motorcycle club which is our law enforcement group. He passed away on 7/30 with Covid, and hes left behind a 5 year old son and his wife Brooke, and she's going to have a baby on December the 4, so we felt the need to come out and support him, he was great for our chapter as the former president of our chapter a great family member and friend."

With the community, police department, and organizations gathering up support for Guidry, his nieces, Chloe and Sienna Guidry, say, "We just want to say thank you all for coming to support our uncle; we love you.It turned out better than we expected there's so many people that support him. Just know that everyone loves you no matter what, and someone is going to be there for you."

The event took place at the Cajun Harley Davidson and was sponsored by Blue Knights LA XIV, Cajun Harley Davidson, and Youngsville Police Department.

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