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Before greats like Bobby Layne or Earl Campbell ignited UT athletics, Longhorn nation cheered for Clyde Littlefield. He was UT royalty both as an athlete and a coach.

Fall 2018

Before greats like Bobby Layne or Earl Campbell ignited UT athletics, Longhorn nation cheered for Clyde Littlefield. He was UT royalty both as an athlete and a coach.

READ: Son of a Longhorn

Clyde Rabb Littlefield preserved UT history and his father’s legacy

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From the President

Planned gifts are expressions of your lifelong interests and passions.

Son of a Longhorn

Clyde Rabb Littlefield preserved UT’s early history and the legacy of his legendary father, Coach Clyde Littlefield.

Eric and Debby Gonzales; Empowering Potential

Empowering Potential

Houston couple’s generous estate plan bolsters scholarships for engineering students.

Love for Language

Dr. Betty Carrow-Woolfolk’s planned gift will support a new research center for language disorders.

Austin Ligon

An Education for Life

Austin Ligon is creating global leaders by investing in Plan II.

Leslie and Dianne White

A Living Classroom

Generations of geoscientists will benefit from Leslie P. and Dianne White's epic donation.

Janis Forse Wells; Sowing the Seeds of Education

Sowing the Seeds of Education

Janis Forse Wells is making education a priority by giving single-parent students a boost.

About Texas Leader

 This issue of TEXAS LEADER salutes those whose philanthropy benefits both UT’s current and future initiatives through “blended gifts”— giving now and leaving a legacy gift later.

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Texas Leadership Society

Texas Leadership Society (TLS) members have a lasting impact on UT students, faculty, programs, facilities and more through their generous planned gifts.
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