Giving Back

Col. John Dunlap, third from left, participated in a Memorial Day ceremony on May 23, 2013 at the Louisiana state capitol, where a canon fired a 21 gun salute in honor of two Louisiana sons who died within the last six months in Afghanistan in the line of duty.

Photo of John B. Dunlap Participated in a Memorial Day Ceremony

Dunlap Fiore, LLC supported “Truce for the Troops” at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on April 21, 2013. The event pitted Democrat and Republican members of the Louisiana Legislature against each other for a flag-football game that raised over $16,000 for Operation Homefront Louisiana, a local veteran support organization. Jennifer Fiore, with her children, Jack and Ella, is seen with Maj. Gen. Glenn Curtis, the Adjutant General of the Louisiana National Guard.

Photo of John B. Dunlap with His Family

Photo of John B. Dunlap at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge

Photo of John B. Dunlap Honored By the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra

Dunlap Fiore was recently honored by the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra for sponsoring the 2012 Great Performers in Concert with Natalie Cole. This is the Firm’s second year as a major sponsor of the Baton Rouge Symphony. John Dunlap serves as the development chair on the board of directors of the Symphony.

Dunlap Fiore is committed to giving back to and serving our community. Our attorneys are encouraged to serve on non-profit boards and all of them do.

On Saturday September 16, 2012, Dunlap Fiore fielded a team of attorneys and staff to participate in the “Play Dirty Adventure Trial Run” which is a three mile obstacle course and trial run. Play Dirty Adventure Trail Run gives a portion of the proceeds from the event to a local New Orleans charity whose mission is to fight childhood obesity and encourage kids fitness through education, programs, facilities and scholarship development.

Photo of John B. Dunlap Participated in the Play Dirty Adventure Trial Run

John Dunlap, a Colonel in the Louisiana National Guard, was mobilized by Governor Jindal on August 27, 2012 in support of the Guard’s response to Hurricane Isaac. Over 5,000 members of the National Guard were mobilized to assist south Louisiana with evacuations, sheltering, security, perform rescue missions and distribute ice, water and MREs to the victims of the storm.

Photo of John B. Dunlap