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Notes for Thomas Truxton III HARE

T. Truxtun Hare, III, 80, of Villanova, PA died October 16, 2017 in Bryn Mawr of complications of Parkinsonís disease. He was the husband of Beth (Clouser) Hare, and father of 3 daughters, Abigail Willenborg of Philadelphia, Katharine Prescott of Vista, CA, and Cordelia Hare of Villanova. The son of Mr. & Mrs. T. Truxtun Hare, Jr., and grandson of legendary Penn All-American football star T. Truxtun Hare Sr. of Radnor, he was brought up on a farm in Edgemont, PA during World War II. He attended Westtown School and Haverford School. He then attended the St. Markís School in Massachusetts, the third generation of his name to do so, and graduated from Yale University in 1961. After service in the U. S. Army, he received a Masterís degree in English from the University of Chicago. An instructor in English Literature, he served as Acting Headmaster of the Chicago Latin School and Headmaster of Friends Select School in Philadelphia for many years. He also taught at the Dalton School in New York. He later entered University of Pennsylvania Law school and graduated as editor of the Law Review. He was then affiliated with Sullivan and Cromwell in New York and Sprague & Sprague in Philadelphia. He is survived also by his sisters Winifred Stout of Florida, Katharine (Mrs. Joseph W.) Wear of Dedham, Massachusetts, brother Harry T. Hare of Philadelphia, first wife Judith Schermer, and grandchildren Thalia Hare, Chloe Prescott, and Skylar Willenborg. He was preceded in death by his grandchild Kyler Prescott. Judith Schermer, and grandchildren Thalia Hare, Chloe Prescott, and Skylar Willenborg. He was preceded in death by his grandchild Kyler Prescott.
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NEWTOWN SQUARE
SINCE 1822
Formerly of Ardmore
Published in Main Line Media News on Oct. 29, 2017
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