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Sarah Duke

Trust Officer

B.S. (Family and Child Studies), Louisiana Tech University

As a Trust Officer for Argent Trust, Sarah is responsible for the daily administrative tasks and client services in the company’s funeral and cemetery trust division.

Before joining the funeral and cemetery trust division, Sarah was a cash management specialist with the company specializing in the day-to-day operations of cash movement and balancing.

Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband, Jason, and their 3 kids Landry, Gracie and Carson.

Ruston

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

(318) 251-5800

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

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Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Argent’s dedicated funeral and cemetery trust group serves the deathcare industry across the United States with preneed, perpetual care, and merchandise trusts, as well as investment management.

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