To quote Larry, "I'm very honored to be asked to help with the future direction of The Journey. The growth and expansion of the Foundation over the past twenty-four years has been simply phenomenal, due to the incredible dedication of the LaViolette family and many generous supporters.
The scholarship recipients have crossed many borders throughout the world. Who would have imagined? While Doug and Renee will continue to be the driving spirit of Brian's Foundation, Kimberly LaViolette will assume an even more prominent leadership position in the years ahead. It will be challenging, yet exciting, to assist in drawing the next roadmap of The Journey."
Larry Lucier is President and CEO of Green Bay Seven-Up Bottling Company. Raised in Green Bay and married to Jeanne Lucier, they are proud parents of two children, Alex, Green Bay and Claudine, Austin, Texas. He is a graduate from St. Norbert College, earning a degree in business.
Larry is a long-time parishioner of Resurrection Church and a twenty-five year member of the Allouez Optimist Club. He has served as President of the Seven-up Bottler's Association and on the board of the Wisconsin Soft Drink Association. He has also served as an advisory board member of the YMCA and Wells Fargo Bank. He continues to be active at St. Patrick's Food Pantry.
To relax, Larry's hobbies include international travel, reading, golf, biking, movies, and playing bridge.