Redeemed by God’s grace, Judy Fenton has passion to see people embrace God’s plan for the family because it is a GOOD plan for everyone!
Judy has volunteered for FPIW since it was first founded, in 2007: calling churches, helping with signature gathering, etc.
Judy felt called to work on family policy issues in 1995 in Hawaii, thereby, founding the Grassroots Campaign to Inform Churches. In Hawaii, she helped produce a voter guide for the Christian Coalition. Later, as a military wife in Texas, she volunteered with the Free Market Foundation.
In recent years, Judy has owned and operated a small food concessions business. She has assisted Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute with fundraiser banquets, and taught a preschool-age group at her church. In past years, she was secretary to the Consul General of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and a bookkeeper for Merrill-Lynch and small business. Judy is a third-generation Seattleite and was privileged to attend Christian schools.
Judy is a mother of six, a former homeschooler, and grandmother of five. She was a military wife for 20 years in Augsburg, West Germany; Monterey, California; West Berlin during the Cold War; Ft. Meade, Maryland; Oahu, Hawaii and Fort Hood, Texas. She has been married for 40 years to Mark, retired Army, who works with computer systems. They attend Calvary Chapel West Seattle.
Judy’s hobbies include sewing, gardening, and baking.