About Joey Cordill

Joey is currently the Vice President of Cordill Propane. Joey graduated from Louisiana Tech in 1991 with a degree in Business Management. Joey has always been involved in the family business, even while pursuing other career paths. While attending High School and College, Joey worked in the Agriculture industry. Joey’s grandfather (the founder of Cordill Propane) passed away during his senior year in college and led Joey to being more involved in the company and opened the path for Joey to work full time in the family business.

The Cordills have always believed in giving back to the community and the propane industry. Joey has been active in the state LPGas Association. Joey is currently the State LPGas Association president serving the 2009/2010 term. Joey has served on the Board of Directors for the Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce and has volunteered for many local organizations and main street projects. Joey is an excellent cook and is a chef at the Winnsboro Main Street Fundraiser “Hot August Night”. Joey is also a founding chef at the “Blend of the Bayou Men Who Cook” for the NELA Arts Council.

Joey is married to Mrs. Brandi Cordill and the father of three young boys, Jacob, Bruce and Jackson. Brandi is the school librarian at Crowville Elementary School. Joey, Brandi and the boys are very involved with the First Baptist Church of Winnsboro.

 

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Winnsboro, LA  318 435-6190
Monroe, LA    318 324-8884

TV Commercial

Cordill Propane recently produced a TV commercial for local TV.   View our TV Commercial and learn more about Cordill Propane and our history. Click to View 

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