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F. C. Bryan Obituary
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April 20, 2016
On behalf of myself, and the members of the Montgomery County Bar Association, I would like to express sincere condolences to his wife, Gingie, and his children, grandchildren and great-grand children on the death of Honorable F. C. ("Tyke") Bryan.

While Tyke was always an adversary and strong advocate for his clients, he was also always willing to take time to mentor, and give valuable advice, to those younger attorneys who were wise enough to ask.

Tyke set a strong example of what it means to be up front, above board and honest, while still representing the interests of his clients to the maximum.

Not only did I consider Tyke an astute attorney, one of the best I ever had the privilege to witness in action, he was also a good friend. All members of the local bar who are old enough to have encountered Tyke will miss him professionally and personally.

F. C. Bryan served this community in many ways over the years and, because of the way he practiced his profession and lived life to the fullest, we have lost someone difficult to replace.

Alan B. Peck
President, Montgomery County Bar Association
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
April 20, 2016
"Tyke" was determined to live a rich and full life and he was as successful in that as he was in the law career he loved so much. I know he will be missed very much, and as a former "brand new" lawyer who worked for him many years ago, I am blessed to have had his guidance.

May God bless you and keep you in this time of sorry,
Florence Huffman