Queen Victoria XVIII, Sharon Yeomans, presently serves as vice president and chief financial offier of the Yeomans Agency. Her professional career has showcased her many talents - from her time as an airline attendant, to her 7 years in banking, to her 14 years as membership director of the City Club of Lafayette. She has graciously used these skills in service to the Krewe of Victoria. During her 14 year membership, she has spent 5 years on the executive board as specialty items chairman, vice president, social chairman, and membership chairman.
She and her husband, Kenneth, Prince Albert IX, are also members of the Krewe of Bonaparte. No wonder she - quite literally - sails away whenever she can get to the Pass Christian Mississippi Yacht Club. Locally, she is a member of Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Sharon and Kenneth have three children - Ryan Christopher Arceneaux, Lindsay Ann Arceneaux, and Nicholas Heath Yeomans.
How fitting it is that Prince Albert XVIII, Louis Cornay, a retired interior designer and his wife, Jeanne, purchased and restored one on Louisiana's castles, Chretien Point Plantation. They were honored by the Louisiana Tourist Commission for their work in preserving the 1830's cotton plantation. Is it a mere coincidence that our Prince Louis, like his historical predecessor, Prince Albert, is an avid gardener? Cornay holds a bachelor of science degree from SLI (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette), with advanced studies in economics. He served in the United States Army, as president of the March of Dimes, and as a Duke for the Krewe of Victoria. He is a member of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Wife of our reigning prince, Jeanne Williams Cornay, is a former Krewe of Victoria Duchess. They have four children - Louis J. Cornay, Jr., Michelle Schmidt of Mandeville, Emily Mott of Shreveport, and Charles R. Cornay.