Lawrence “Larry” Kaufman, a retired attorney who worked in tax and estate planning and was a longtime community volunteer, died of cancer
He was a 1948 graduate of
While in high school, he met his future wife,
His firm merged with McGuire, Woods, Battle and Boothe in 1992. He retired in the mid-1990s, though he continued to practice law on his own until he was 80.
“For all Dad’s academic and professional achievement, it was his kindness, compassion and commitment to service that stood out,” said his son,
He was active in the
“He struck up a friendship with an elderly blind client in his late 80s and wound up taking him weekly for walks in
His son also said, “But most of all, he displayed a warmth, kindness and commitment to others that was most memorable. He wasn’t looking for accolades or rewards; he just tried to help. It’s everything good about Baltimore.”
In addition to his son, survivors include two other sons,
Services are private.
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