Larry Juday JD ’87
Larry Juday JD ’87 was recognized as a Petco Foundation National Foster Hero. Juday is one of only 22 selected from over 400 nominations by humane societies throughout the country, and is the only selection from the Pacific Northwest. In 2010 he and his spouse Susan began assisting the Humane Society for Southwest Washington Veterinary Clinic by fostering cats and kittens that needed special out-of-shelter care including special feeding, fluids, and isolation. Their successes evolved into a kitten-fostering program involving over 70 community volunteer families. The couple have fostered over 230 cats and kittens, including several needing end-of-life hospice care. Now retired from the practice of law, Juday was a member and chair of the Washington State Bar Association Character and Fitness Committee and served 20 years with the Clark County Volunteer Lawyer Program.
Larry Juday JD ’87 was recognized as the 2013 Foster Volunteer of the Year by the Humane Society of Southwest Washington. Juday and his wife, Susan, provided intensive in-home care and treatment for more than 30 severely ill cats and kittens last year. Before retiring in 2005, he practiced law in Vancouver, Washington, where he chaired the Southwest Washington Lawyer Referral Service; served as a bar association trustee; was a member of the Superior Court Bench-Bar, Law Library, and Public Relations Committees; and provided pro bono services through the Clark County Volunteer Lawyer Program. Juday also chaired the 16-member Washington State Bar Association Character and Fitness Board.