Clayton lawyer Larry Carp served in the U.S. military and worked as a diplomat and playwright before his death last week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. He was 86.
Quoting from the Post-Dispatch obituary:
"Mr. Carp became an intern at the United Nations in 1948. He worked for the U.N. in Paris and became an adviser to the Arab-Israeli talks and an observer at the International Red Cross Conference, he told the Post-Dispatch in 2002."
Read more about Mr. Carp and his legacy in the complete Post-Dispatch obituary.
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