Camille Francis Gravel, Jr. (August 10, 1915 – December 23, 2005) was an attorney and Democratic politician from Alexandria, Louisiana.
Gravel spent much time and money supporting the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Pius XII honored him with the "Order of St. Gregory" for his service to the church.
Read more about Camille Gravel: Education, The 1948 Democratic Convention, Advisor To Three Governors, Friendship With The Kennedy Family, Louisiana Constitutional Convention, 1973, Death and Family, Gravel's Legacy
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