Clyde W. Toland

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Clyde W. Toland earned a degree from the University of Kansas in 1969 and the University of Kansas Law School in 1975. Toland has generously supported the University at various levels. He was especially active as a Friend of the KU Libraries serving as Membership Co-chairman, Vice President and finally President. He is a recognized leader in his community service to the city of Iola. Toland initiated a drive to save the Major General Frederick Funston home and was an instrumental part of founding the Buster Keaton Celebration. As an attorney, Toland received an Outstanding Service Award from the Kansas Bar Association in 1988.

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