Larry D. Struve

Larry D. Struve has devoted more than 25 years to public service in his home state of Nevada. He served as a deputy district attorney in Washoe County, chief deputy for Nevada Attorney General Richard H. Bryan, Governor Bryan's Director of the Department of Commerce, and in the administration of Governor Bob Miller. Struve served on the state ethics commission, Nevada's celebration of the bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, the Nevada World Trade Council (NEWTRAC), and the Nevada Innovation, Technology, & Entrepreneurship Council (NITEC). He is the author of Humble Walk for Justice (Lutheran Advocacy Ministry, Nevada, 2013), and In the Shadow of Camelot (Black Rock Press, 2005).


Connect with him at:

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Keystone Canyon Press Books


Other Books

A Humble Walk for Justice (Advocacy for the Least of These in Nevada,2001-2012) Paperback   In the Shadow of Camelot (Reflections of the members of the class of 1965; The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Tufts University) Paperback


Larry is available for presentations, conferences, and campus visits featuring Building Trust in Government: Governor Richard H. Bryan's Pursuit of the Common Good. 

Presentation Topics

  • Author visit and book signing
  • Building Trust in Government:  In collaboration with UNLV, Author Larry Struve and Former Governor Richard H. Bryan talk about using the Art of Governance to handle challenging political issues that are not dissimilar from the challenges in today’s government. 

To request an appearance, contact Alissa Booth at or 717.455.7098. Looking for something different? Let's talk!