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Lawyer

Brice Wilson Rhyne, American lawyer. Decorated Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Presidential Unit citation with oak leaf cluster.

Background

Rhyne, Brice Wilson was born on March 9, 1917 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. Son of Sydneyham Sylvanus and Mary (Wilson) Rhyne.

Education

Student Elon (North Carolina) College, 1938-1939. A.A., George Washington University, 1947, Juris Doctor, 1951.

Career

Admitted District of Columbia Bar, 1951, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1955. Partner law firm Rhyne & Rhyne, Washington, 1951-1972. Associate general counsel National Institute Municipal Law Officers.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member Bar Association District of Columbia (Chairman of Commission on atomic energy law 1957-1958, elections board 1968), Federal Communications Bar Association, American Bar Association (District of Columbia chairman of the section local government law 1962, Chairman of Commission on transportation, traffic and parking 1957-1969.

Connections

Married Thelma Campbell, May 29, 1948. Children: Brice Wilson, Paul Henry, Patricia, Theresa.

father:
Sydneyham Sylvanus Rhyne

mother:
Mary (Wilson) Rhyne

spouse:
Thelma Campbell

children:
Brice Wilson Rhyne

Paul Henry Rhyne

Patricia Rhyne

Theresa Rhyne