HUNTINGDON (December 22) — Larry Logan was honored for his service to the judiciary by the Carroll County Bar Association on Thursday, December 22 at 4 p.m. Logan served as the Carroll County General Sessions Judge and Juvenile Judge for 41 years.
During a reception at the Colonel Tea Room on the Court Square, his fellow lawyers and court officials feted him with proclamations to commemorate his service as a judge and one of the co-founders of Carroll Academy, one of his most proud accomplishments.
Laura Keeton said Logan was fair and willing to answer questions for cases in his court. She presented him a plaque on behalf of the local bar association to commemorate his 41 years on the bench.
Charles Trotter said he has initially practiced in a firm with Logan, who taught him how to better serve his clients and be a better lawyer.
Robert “Gus” Radford said Logan had the best judicial temperament in the courtroom.
Patrick Steele, a retired leader of Carroll Academy, said the kids who attended Carroll Academy owe Logan a debt of gratitude for giving them a second chance. Steele said Logan also supported him and Carroll Academy. Logan is a great friend, said Steele.
State Senator John Stevens, a member of the local bar, presented Logan with a proclamation for his service.
Huntingdon Mayor Nina Smother presented a proclamation on behalf of the Town of Huntingdon.
In closing, Logan thanked everyone for attending and noted he missed serving with them. He said he was concerned no one would attend because of the predicted winter storm.
Matt Maddox thanked everyone for coming as he closed out the event.
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