Larimer Humane Society CEO to resign

LOVELAND — Larimer Humane Society CEO Judy Calhoun will step down from her post on Jan. 8 after 12 years as the agency’s head.

In a statement, Calhoun said she is leaving to become the development director of local hospice group Pathways of Northern Colorado and to spend more time with her spouse.

“This was a very difficult decision, but I am looking forward to a new chapter that will allow me to spend more time with my spouse pursuing our passions, including triathlons and hiking,” she said.

Kara Pappas, the Humane Society’s director of development and community relations, will step in as interim CEO as the board begins a search for a new chief executive next year.

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LOVELAND — Larimer Humane Society CEO Judy Calhoun will step down from her post on Jan. 8 after 12 years as the agency’s head.

In a statement, Calhoun said she is leaving to become the development director of local hospice group Pathways of Northern Colorado and to spend more time with her spouse.

“This was a very difficult decision, but I am looking forward to a new chapter that will allow me to spend more time with my spouse pursuing our passions, including triathlons and hiking,” she said.

Kara Pappas, the Humane Society’s director of development and community relations, will step in as interim CEO as the board begins a search for a new chief executive next year.

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