Tom died Aug. 19, 2000, at his home in Greenwich, Conn. He was 69.
He prepared at Hotchkiss, majored in history, was a member of the Pre-law Society, and sang in the Glee Club. He belonged to Key and Seal Club. After graduation, Tom received his LLF from Columbia law school and practiced in Manhattan before joining Paine Webber Inc. 30 years ago. Tom had a distinguished career with the firm and was managing director from 1980-88 and was an advisory director from 1986 until his death. Tom was a bon vivant and is survived by his wife, Victoria Tyner, brother Richard, two nieces, and a nephew.
Betsy and Bill Herman echoed our sentiments when they wrote of Tom's extraordinary courage and dignity in his last illness and of Victoria's steadfast devotion and love. We mourn the passing of our friend.
The Class of 1953