During his lifetime, Robert Town played an invaluable role in orchestrating gifts to Wichita State. Town died Dec. 10, 2013, after a long illness.
 
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Robert Town's impact on Wichita State's cultural fabric continues even in death with an estate gift to the WSU Foundation that will support the Robert Town Faculty of Distinction Endowed Professorship in Organ.

Town died Dec. 10, 2013, after a long illness.

During his lifetime, he played an invaluable role in orchestrating gifts to Wichita State that brought prestige and distinction to its College of Fine Arts.

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