He came to Princeton from Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pa. At Princeton he graduated with high honors in philosophy, roomed with Dick Seebald and Richard Obermann senior year, and belonged to Cloister Inn. Larry was active in freshman cross country and track, the Princeton Evangelical Fellowship, and the Conservative Club. He graduated from law school at the University of Michigan and earned an MBA from the University of Chicago.
He began his legal career with Reid & Priest and later established a solo law practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where he resided with his family. Larry married Jean Cohen in 1985 and had two sons: David (born in 1987) and Stephen (born in 1991). An admitted “frustrated jock,” he enjoyed coaching soccer and basketball. He was also active in the Boy Scouts and the First Baptist Church, serving as deacon and trustee and singing in the choir. A loyal Princetonian, he helped plan our 10th and 15th reunions and served as class agent for Annual Giving leading up to our 20th.
The class extends its sympathies to Jean, David, Stephen, his five siblings, and the rest of Larry’s family and his friends.