(1927 - 2016)
Larry Landskroner was born on June 9, 1927, in New York City. He attended Dennison University and Union College. He served with the United States Naval Reserve from 1945-1946. Larry attended Miami University in Oxford, OH and went to law school at Vanderbilt University graduating in 1950. He then went to work as a sole practitioner in Cleveland.
Larry's early life as a union worker prepared him for trial work. He was general counsel for Region 2 United Auto Workers. He was appointed special counsel to the Ohio State attorney general in 1970, and was acting judge of Arbitration, Common Pleas Court. He was a member of The American Arbitration Association and lectured part-time at Case Western Reserve University Law School and Cleveland State University Law School.
It was said that, "Larry was a real character always had a big heart for a victim of negligence. He was an interesting man with a great sense of humor.
Larry loved to sail and was a Vice Commodore of the Cleveland Lakeside Yacht Club.