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David Hyles ’89

Published in Dec. 17, 2003, issue

The class of '89 remembers the life of Fort Worth, Tex., classmate David Hyles, who lost his lengthy battle with cancer of the esophagus June 18, 2003. David is remembered by one old friend for his "friendly candor, his modest temperament, his scholarship, athleticism, and his gentle dedication to doing what was right."

"David was an ambassador of what was best about Texas to the older corridors of tradition and intellectual pursuit on the East Coast," remembers another friend. He was 36, and never stopped being proud to have been a Tiger, both on the varsity football field and in the lecture hall. The class extends its sympathies to David's wife, Amy Blevins Hyles, and their two young children, Zachary and Jordan.

The Class of 1989

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Chris Naler Says:

2011-01-03 11:00:26

I was fortunate to know David since kindergarten and attended his graduation week and Reunions in 1989. He was the big brother I never had and my best friend. I miss him, Chris
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