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DARYL LIBOW

Washington, District of Columbia

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LIBOW DARYL A. LIBOW Daryl Andrew Libow died from cancer on November 7, 2018 at age 59. He is survived by his beloved wife, Beth, their daughters Jess and Claudia, his parents Sanford and Adelyn, sister Lindsey, brother Marc and wife Elise, mother-in-law Beverly, and loving aunts, uncles,...

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So sad to hear this news. I worked with Daryl at S&C until 2003 when we moved to NC. He was a great person and will be missed by many.

My condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one. May God strengthen you and give you peace during this difficult time. Jeremiah 29:11

Daryl had unparalleled intellect, wit, and humanity. My deepest condolences to Beth and the rest of his family.

So sorry for Daryl's tragic and untimely loss. I had just left S&C when he arrived, but years later he became a loyal and generous supporter of our work at the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty. I remember his kindness and modesty at our annual dinner--he didn't have to come, but he did. We will all miss him. Love to Beth and the family. Maria

Mr. Libow was a good man and was very kind and friendly to the service department of SC DC. I didn't see him in his's last days but I will miss him for his openness.

I am so sorry for your loss may you all have comfort in the resurection hope. John 6:40

What a heartbreaking loss this is! I'll never forget when Daryl moved to Westport in high school. I was so taken with his smarts, determination and kindness, I felt so lucky to have this new friend. Although we hadn't seen one another much over the years, we always managed to stay connected. We were all so proud of his many accomplishments and huge heart. Love to the family.

A tremendous loss. Gone too soon.

Daryl was a mentor and friend. I wrote my first brief for Daryl as a summer associate 18 years ago. Nearly a decade later, we were singled out in open court for having submitted what our judge described as one of the finest briefs he'd ever read. Daryl gave me all the credit. Because of course he did. The night before that hearingwhich featured a murderers' row of litigators (including the then private-sector Jeh Johnson)Daryl took me to my first jazz club. No better prep for an argument...