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Larry Padberg, and his wife Rose Mary, moved to Arlington in 1991 from Kansas City, Missouri. Larry’s career has included teaching high school biology (4 years), 26 years in higher education administration, and 11 years as Director of Development for New Hope Housing, a homeless services nonprofit in Fairfax County. Since retiring from full-time work, he has been a grants development and strategic planning consultant for several nonprofit agencies. Larry serves on the Executive Committee for the Arlington County Plan for Ending Homelessness and as co-chair of the Outreach, Education & Advocacy Committee; chair of the Finance Committee and member of the Grants Committee of the Arlington Artists Alliance (he is a watercolor painter); chair of the Development Committee for his church, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Georgetown; and a past member of the Board of the Alliance for Housing Solutions. A graduate of Leadership Fairfax, he served as a volunteer in several roles from 2006 through 2017. Larry began as a volunteer with Arlington Neighborhood Village in late 2016, and is happy to be able to participate in the work of Village in helping fellow Arlingtonians to remain securely in their homes.