Remy Duvall is a New Bordeaux radio personality, businessman, and a philanthropist to many of the city's institutions, like Brandt University, where he donated the money to build Duvall Hall Science Center. He lives in Frisco Fields and is a descendant of Cleavon Duvall, a Confederate soldier who fought and died on the spot now known as Cleavon Duvall State Park. Remy has long established roots and is held in great regard among the city's high society types like Olivia Marcano, whom he considers a dear friend despite her ties with the Marcano Crime Family.
Remy is a white supremacist and the leader of a racist group known as the Southern Union. He keeps this fact a secret to all but a select few people, even publicly denying it when asked. In 1965 Remy participated in the murders of four civil rights workers, one of whom they decapitated, and her head was never found. 
Remy is perhaps most known for his radio show, Native Son, which is aired on WBYU. He uses the program to advocate for what he considers important ideals that support his conservative Christian values and the Southern way of life. He discusses topics significant to the times, like the ongoing Hippie counterculture and Black Power movement.
He also addresses local news topics, like the plan to bring a professional football team to New Bordeaux, and the developing Hollis Dupree trial. The program often includes guest interviews with local dignitaries like Olivia Marcano, Police Chief Earl Wilson and Senator Walter Jacobs.
Working With Marcano
Despite considering them inferior because of their Italian heritage, Remy works closely with the Marcano Crime Family, mainly through Olivia Marcano. He is the legal front that puts the legitimate face on Sal Marcano's casino project in North Lake. He owns the land, runs the construction company, and other assets used in its development.
Remy is cautious though, and along with Olivia he creates a legal paper trail, hiding the assets through a maze of dummy corporations in case things were to fall apart. However, he knows that as long as it's all in his name, Sal can't touch him. While he believes Olivia to be a close ally, she is secretly keeping tabs on him for Sal, forcing him to stay low. The last thing Sal needs is his sole legitimate partner to get into trouble.
As Lincoln Clay takes over Frisco Fields, Remy begins to feel the pressure as he realizes Lincoln will be coming for him soon. He comes to the radio studio unannounced to make his final broadcast. Agitated at what is happening in New Bordeaux, Remy states that someone is out to kill him. As he continues, he becomes more angry, to the point that he begins using foul language on the air. His behavior devolves to the point that he has to be forcibly removed from the studio.
Later on, Olivia tries to calm Remy down, telling him to let Sal's men handle this matter, but Remy refuses to listen. He tells her that the people of this neighborhood expect him to protect them, not some "greased-up wop assholes". He needs to send a message to all of them that in Frisco Fields, they take care of their own. He no longer cares about Sal Marcano and his damned casino, not when his very way of life is at stake.
Remy gathers all his Southern Union members at the old lookout point and delivers a very impassioned speech, rallying the men together. He instructs them to go down to Delray Hollow with him, to burn it to the ground and show them exactly what it means to go to war with true Americans. What Remy doesn't realize is that Lincoln Clay has learned of this meeting and is there with him.
Lincoln takes out the Southern Union guards as the rest of the members scatter. With Remy wounded and unable to fight, Lincoln approaches him as he's doubled over on the ground. Remy is defiant to the end as he's bound to a wooden cross and set on fire, killing him. His wake is later held at the Retroussé Yacht Club, hosted by his dear friend Olivia Marcano.
- Stephen DeGarmo (nephew)
- At Remy's wake, after the attendees have been drugged, the pianist will be playing White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane.