MCCA announces king, queen
Published 2:53 pm Tuesday, January 3, 2023
The Krewe of MCCA has announced its king and queen for the 2023 parade.
The MCCA XLIII’s king is Leo Mickenheim Jr. and the queen is Julie Hayden.
Mickenheim is the President/CEO and member of the Board of Directors of Citizens Savings Bank and has been an active member of the MCCA organization since the 1980s. He also currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Our Lady of the Angels Hospital, Bogue Lusa Water Works and the Bogalusa Country Club. He is an active member of Annunciation Catholic Church where he serves as a member of the Finance Committee and is a member of the Knights of Columbus. He is the son of the late Leo Mickenheim Sr. and Ester Josephine Wells Mickenheim. He is married to Judi McKenzie Mickenheim and together they are the proud parents of three children, Kelly Mickenheim Woods, Jason Mickenheim and Jennifer Mickenheim Blom. They are also the proud grandparents of eight.
Hayden is married to Hap Hayden, owner of Delta Printing Co. and is a member of the MCCA Board of Directors. Julie and Hap are the proud parents of three children, Hayes (who resides and works in the Florida panhandle), Mary Margaret (resides in Dallas and is working on post-graduate studies) and Owen (a sophomore at the University of Alabama). She is the daughter of Ronnie Johnson and the late Mary Wilkes Johnson and the daughter-in-law of the late Horace Hayden Jr., prior MCCA Board Member, and Barbara Hayden, Queen MCCA IV. Julie is employed by Alfasigma USA, Inc. as Chief Financial Officer in the Covington office. She has been a member of the MASH Mardi Gras ladies organization for over 28 years.
MCCA XLIII rolls through the streets of Bogalusa on Feb. 18.