Tommy Wyche’s Legacy

Wyche, P.A. has a 95-year legacy of community contributions, environmental stewardship, legal leadership, and intellectual collaboration. Much of this legacy is due to the leadership Tommy Wyche provided our firm for more than 60 years.

Tommy Wyche joined his father, Granville, at our firm in 1949. Over his storied career, he was one of Greenville’s premier attorneys and community leaders.

“I don’t know anyone with the combination of raw talent and intelligence along with training in legal and business matters like Tommy. He had an unassuming nature and was unwilling to claim credit for the amazing role he’s played in our area, but no one contributed as much to Greenville as Tommy.”

— Jim Parham, Wyche Member

Influence on the Firm

A Friend. A Founder. A Legacy.

Tommy Wyche's visionary leadership shaped Wyche into a unique law firm where like-minded attorneys could build a meaningful practice in a community that they love.  We are proud to honor his legacy by continuing to make Wyche a place where excellence, creativity, and service to others can live on.

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Conservation Efforts

In 1973, Tommy founded Naturaland Trust, a conservation land trust among the first in the Southeast, which helped foster the development of several state parks.

Tommy also looked to create ways to help people enjoy this protected land. He oversaw the design and creation of 43 hiking trails in Mountain Bridge preserve. He designed and sponsored the only suspension bridge in South Carolina.

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What Others Say:

Greenville Drive Green Day Honoree Video, 2013

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