Larry died May 12, 2021, of complications of a stroke in Warner, N.H.
He came to us from Morristown School in New Jersey, where he was on the football and baseball teams and student council. At Princeton, Larry was on the baseball team and was captain of the fencing team. He majored in politics and was a member of Charter Club. He roomed in Little Hall senior year with Pete Howley, Randy Hobler, Rick Detwiller, and Bill Logan.
After Princeton, Larry pursued a law degree at UCLA and became a real estate attorney and later a trial attorney. In the 1980s, he moved his family to New Hampshire and bought land from which he created an organic farm (“The Vegetable Ranch”) that he and his wife ran for the rest of his life. He was an environmental activist and enjoyed music, regularly attending the Boston Symphony. Later in life he chose to write a book about New Hampshire’s “4,000 footers” and hiked all 48 of those mountains in the Granite State as part of his research.
The class extends its deepest sympathies to his wife, Carol; his daughter, Jennifer; his two grandchildren, Hazel and Edgar; and his extended family and friends.