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Thomas J. Singleton   (1930-2015)

Thomas J. Singleton, Esq. was a lifelong resident of Mount Kisco.  Thomas graduated from Mount Kisco High School, State University of New York at Albany followed by Albany Law School of Union University.  He also attended the University of Paris (Sorbonne, France) and took graduate studies at the University of Maryland.

Thomas was a member of the American Legion, Moses Taylor Post, No.  136 for almost 60 years having served in the U.S. Army in Europe (NATO) during the Korean War.  He was a member of the Mount Kisco Lions Club, a former director of the Mount Kisco Boys’ and Girls’ Club’s Board of Directors, a member of Amnesty International U.S.A., and Human Rights First, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the American Civil Liberties Union.  Tom was a longstanding member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 16 and an active director of Tara Circle, a group of Irish and Irish American organizations.

Thomas was married to Dr.  Patricia Singleton, a clinical Psychologist for over 50 years and father to Whitney Singleton, who was also his law partner, and daughter, Dr. Lauren Singleton, a clinical Psychologist.  He was also a very proud grandfather of six grandchildren.

Thomas J. Singleton   (1930-2015)

Thomas J. Singleton, Esq.

Inspirational Quote

“The right to be left alone is indeed the beginning of all freedoms.”

—Justice William O. Douglas,
    U.S. Supreme Court

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