Curtis Johnson to speak Wednesday at Life Resources Bottom Line Luncheon

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Curtis Johnson SHOF

A native of New Orleans, Curtis Johnson grew up in St. Rose and attended and played football at St. Charles Catholic High School in LaPlace.

Johnson spent 11 seasons as part of the New Orleans Saints coaching staff and was part of the staff that won Super Bowl XLIV in the 2009 season. He also served as an assistant coach with the Chicago Bears.

In nearly four decades of coaching, Johnson has served as an assistant in the NFL, in college and on the high school level.

As the head coach at Tulane University over a period of four years, Johnson lead the Green Wave to a R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl appearance in 2013.

Johnson was part of a national championship coaching staff at Miami in 2001.

Johnson played at Idaho and he also served as assistant coach at Lewiston (Idaho) in high school and on the college level at Idaho, San Diego State, SMU and California.

Johnson has served as a church deacon and has spoken at a Life Resources Ministry Outreach (2012) and has spoken at schools and camps, promoting academic success, hard work and faith.

Come hear an inspiring message from Curtis Johnson at the Life Resources Bottom Line Luncheon on Wednesday, August 10 at noon at Piccadilly Cafeteria, 2222 Clearview Parkway in Metairie.

All are welcome to attend.

For more information, contact Ken Trahan at or Barry Haindel at

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Ken Trahan


Born and raised in the New Orleans area, CCSE CEO Ken Trahan has been a sports media fixture in the community for nearly four decades. Ken started with Bill Hammack and Don Jones in 2008. In 2011, the site became On August 1, 2017, Ken helped launch Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Sports Media Association, National Football…

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