Tangipahoa Parish Clerk of Court

Chief Deputy, Alicia Fussell

The Chief Deputy oversees the daily business operations of the Clerk of Court's office. The duties of the Chief Deputy include the overall supervision of administration, personnel and purchasing. The Chief Deputy oversees the workflow of all departments within the Clerk's Office, while assisting the Clerk in setting policies and procedures. The Chief Deputy assists the Departmental Supervisors in finding solutions to unique situations and inquiries that may occur during daily operations. The Chief Deputy works with the Clerk and the Chief Financial Officer to ensure fiscal stability of the office.

Alicia Fussell has been with the Clerk's office since 1998. She began working in the recording department and was later transferred to the civil department where she remained until 2006. Since then she has been managing the Elections & Jury Departments.

Alicia was named Chief Deputy Clerk of Court by Gary Stanga when he became sworn in to the Clerk's position in February 2017.

Alicia attended Southeastern Louisiana University and graduated from Louisiana State University's Paralegal Studies in 1992. She is also a Certified Deputy Clerk of Court.

In addition to the Chief Deputy Clerk of Court responsibilities, Mrs. Fussell manages the elections department. The Clerk's office is responsible for recruiting and training election commissioners, and with the Board of Election Supervisors, supervise the overall election process.


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