The late J. Doyle Tumbleson has been honored with a designated study area at his alma mater

Sat, Aug 01, 2015 at 4:00PM

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The late J. Doyle Tumbleson, a member of the law firm of Kinsey, Vincent, Pyle, Daytona Beach, has been honored with a designated study area at his alma mater, the University of Florida, in The Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center.

He founded the Paul B. Hunter and Constance D. Hunter Charitable Foundation on behalf of his client, Constance D. Hunter, and served as its counsel from 2004 until his death in May 2014. The foundation recently donated $100,000 to establish the study area, which bears a plaque in his name.

Mr. Tumbleson was a prominent Daytona Beach attorney known for his expertise in land use, zoning, real estate matters, probate administration and estate planning matters. He was also an active supporter of the University of Florida. He knew the importance of preparing for the future and the value of a sound estate plan and was proficient in his practice of Probate and Estate Planning. Kinsey Vincent Pyle continues to carry on his legacy in those practice fields by assisting its clients in preparing for their future.

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