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Juby was born in Waterville KS and attended Tampa University.  While in Florida, she was inspired by Rufus Nims and the Sarasota style of Modernist houses championed by Paul Rudolph and others.  She moved to Raleigh with husband Richard in 1956.  She was the first woman realtor in Raleigh and recalled, "people didn't take to that too well at first."  She remained in real estate for nearly 60 years as head of her own firm, Pat Juby, Inc.

With good friend Tyrus Robert (TR, or Spike) Spinella, she designed and built modern houses all around Raleigh.  Juby achieved more firsts:  the first woman developer in Raleigh, the first female Modernist design-build firm in Raleigh; the first woman on the Raleigh Board of Realtors. 

1963 - The Pat Juby Residence I, 3612 Anclote Place, Raleigh.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Inspired by architect Rufus Nims.  Sold to John and Patricia Horn in 1965.  Sold in 2001 to David W. Long, Jr.  Sold in 2012 to Nancy R. McBride.  Sold in 2016 to Frank and Sandra Werner, who did a renovation.  Sold in 2017 to Gwen and Matthew Sims.




1964 - The Edward McGregor Stack Residence, 3925 Arrow Drive, Raleigh.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Sold to Wayne Lindsley.  Sold to Arrow Drive Development LLC.  Has been destroyed for commercial development.

1965 - The Pat Juby Residence II, 1105 Bancroft, Raleigh.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Inspired by Rufus Nims.  Sold in 1967 to Vivian and Susanne Stannett.  Sold in 2002 to Kevin and Deborah Rodgers, still owners as of 2015.  Renovated.  Includes a pool.

1968 - The Levi and Joe G. Nelson Residence, 2901 Sandia, Raleigh.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Winner of the Contemporary category, 1968 Parade of Homes.  Sold in 1972 to Thomas and Millie Covington.  Sold to Roger and Millie R. Schecter.  Sold in 1982 to Hill and Susan Carrow.  Sold in 1987 to Wendy Drucker.  Sold in 1994 to Kent and Robin White.   Sold in 2017 to Erica N. and Robert B. Josey Jr.  Photo by Leilani Carter. Sold in 2018 to Erica N. and Robert B. Josey Jr.

1970 - The George and Jean Smith Residence, 1300 Granada, Raleigh.  Designed by Ruth Ambergey.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Winner of the 1969 Raleigh Parade of Homes Contemporary category.  Received an award from the NC Homebuilders Association.  Photo by Leilani Carter.  Deeded in 2013 to the Jean and George Smith Trust.  Sold in 2017 to J R Huntley Homes LLC.  For sale in 2018, with extensive water damage.



 1970 - The Kay C. Waff Residence,  3606 Swann, Raleigh.  Built by T. R. Spinella.  Sold in 1977 to Anthony W. and Virginia C. McBride.  Sold in 2001 to Todd and Debie Holvik.  Sold in 2005 to William Scott Habetz and Hilary Stokes.  Sold in 2008 to Michael and Sloane Ficalora.  Sold in 2017 to Layton B. Harwell.

1970 - 1417 Granada Drive, Raleigh.  A spec house built by Juby and T. R. Spinella.  Early on there was a walkway bridge from the street to the top floor.  Designed by Juby from a concept by architect Bill Hopkins, who designed the house next door.  Sold in 1975 to Southern National Bank of NC.  Sold later in 1975 to Stavros and Despina K. Boinodiris.  Sold to Merrill Lynch Relocation in 1981.  Sold to John Ormond later in 1981.  Sold to George H. Ellinwood and Sallie J. Wilson in 1982.  Sold to Charles and Katherine Silver in 1986.  Sold to James Tock in 2001. Sold in 2009 at auction to Aaron West and Kira Krauss.  Sold in 2016 to Amy E. Amerson-Campbell and Patrick R. Campbell.

Sources include:  Deborah Rodgers, Bill Hopkins, Pat Juby, son Phillip Juby.