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Tom Lytle ’61

Tom Lytle ’61 (1933-2015) and his USF School of Law classmates shared a love of justice that bonded them all. Tom’s love of the law grew stronger each day after he first stepped onton campus in 1958.

Tom was revered for his career dedicated to representing working men and women, many of whom suffered industrial injuries in dangerous occupations. Having practiced in Sacramento area for more than half a century, he was a respected colleague and leader in the capitol’s legal community.

Tom and Helene, who were high school sweethearts, remembered USF School of Law as a beneficiary of their estate. Their generous contribution continues the tradition of preparing future leaders.

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