Thomas T. Farley

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Thomas Tancred "Tom" Farley (November 10, 1934 August 23, 2010) was an American lawyer and politician.

Born in Pueblo, Colorado, Farley graduated from Pueblo Catholic High School in 1952. He then received his bachelor's degree in economics from Santa Clara University in 1956. Farley then received his law degree from University of Colorado Law School. Farley practiced law in Pueblo, Colorado. Farley served in the Colorado House of Representatives from 1965 to 1974 and was a Democrat. He died in a Pueblo hospital from pancreatic cancer. [1] [2]


  1. 'Tom Farley, who lead Democrats in state House, dies at 75,' The Denver Post, Virginia Culver, August 28, 2010
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