Samuel M. Camp
Chairman of the Board
Chairman of the Corporation
Samuel M. Camp began his successful career in pharmaceuticals as a Medical Sales Representative with Rucker Pharmacal after graduation from Tulane University. Sam later founded UAD Laboratories and sold the company to Forrest Laboratories in late 1986. Then in 1987, he bought Pamlab, moved the corporate office to Covington and began to grow it into the largest pharmaceutical company in Louisiana. Pamlab today has coverage in every state of the United States and Puerto Rico as well as a manufacturing plant in Shreveport. Sam serves as Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Corporation. Through the years, he has been recognized as "Entrepreneur of the Year" and received "The Governor's Technology Award" for the State of Louisiana presented by Governor Kathleen Blanco. He is on the Board of Trustees of St. Tammany Hospital Foundation, the Board of Trustees for Louisiana College and a member of Northshore-Mandeville Rotary. He attends First Baptist Church, Covington, where he serves on various committees, is an Adult Bible Fellowship leader and a deacon.
Sam has three grown children, Stephen, Ashley, and Carl, all of whom live in the area. He also has six granddaughters. He and Judy have lived in Covington for 42 years.