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In Memoriam: Terry Q. Alarcon

Sugar Bowl Committee, 1987-2021
Sugar Bowl President: 2000-01

Sugar Bowl In Memoriam

Terry Alarcon, a member of the Sugar Bowl Committee since 1987 and the organization’s president in 2000-01, died on April 3, 2021, at the age of 72. A graduate of St. Aloysius High School, Spring Hill College, University of Alabama, and Loyola Law School, he spent 15 years as a criminal district court judge in New Orleans before retiring as chief judge in 2012. While attending law school, he worked for Sheriff Charles Foti and upon graduation, he became an assistant district attorney in the office of Harry Connick. He also worked as executive counsel and chief of staff for New Orleans Mayor Sidney Barthelemy until being elected to be a traffic court judge in 1990. Terry is survived by his wife Mollie McCullough Alarcon and his son Joshua. One of his many proud moments as a member of the Sugar Bowl was presenting the Sugar Bowl Trophy at the University of Alabama’s national championship parade in 2018.

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