My wife, Laura Larrimore works on digital communications for the Patent and Trademark Office. She has a
Masters degree in Communications from Ithaca College and previously worked as the Director of Digital Strategy for the School of Public Health and Health Services at George Washington University.
She's also one of the most creative poeple that I know and never fails to amaze me with the things she comes up with.
My father, Dale Larrimore, is a personal injury attorney at Larrimore & Farnish, LLP in Philadelphia, PA. In addition to practicing law, he is the director of Bar/Bri of Pennsylvania (a bar-exam review course for aspiring lawyers) and has written several law books including Pennsylvania Rules of the Road and Pennsylvania Civil Procedure. My mother, Pat Larrimore is an elder-law attoney at her own firm, Main Line Elder Law.
My sister, Lisa Ouellette, is an assistant professor of law at Stanford University. Her husband, Nick, is an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford.
I greatly enjoy getting involved in my local community and have an interest in public transit. I co-founded Save The Blue Line, which advocates for service improvements on the Blue Line of the DC Metro system. From 2005-2010 I served on the board of directors of my homeowners association. I also served as president of Cornell's Graduate Student Association for Economics (GSAFE) from 2006-2007.
I also do volunteer tax preparation through Community Tax Aid in Alexandria.
In my spare time I enjoy working on small construction projects, such as my recent project to build a small shed in our backyard. I also enjoy several athletic activities including golf, racquetball, and basketball. As an avid college basketball fan, I was the manager of Davidson's men's basketball team from 2000-2004 (including their 2002 NCAA-bound team) so I try to make a trip to their games whenever Davidson is playing anywhere near Washington.