William Orland Lytle, Jr.

  • Born: January 1, 1937
  • Died: August 18, 2020
  • Location: Hingham formerly of Lexington, Massachusetts

Concord Funeral Home

Director - Glenn D. Burlamachi, CFSP
74 Belknap St.
Concord, MA 01742

glennb@concordfuneral.com
Tel. (978) 369-3388

Tribute & Message From The Family


William Orland Lytle, Jr. age 83 of Hingham formerly of Lexington passed away on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth.

Born in Pittsburgh, PA on January 1, 1937 he was the son of the late William O. and Elizabeth (Taylor) Lytle. He was raised and early educated in Pittsburgh, PA.

Bill received his Bachelors and Master's degrees from Yale University and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Boston University. He also served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. Bill enjoyed photography, classical music and was regular volunteer with The Boston Symphony Orchestra.

For over 30 years Bill was a respected and successful consultant to a variety of private, non-profit, and government organizations in the U.S. and Canada, helping them manage internal change. In many situations, he helped management, employees, and union representatives learn how to work collaboratively to implement significant organizational change.

More recently, Bill developed a guide "The Essential Organizer", this assisted families to be better prepared should their loved ones become incapacitated and when they pass away. Bill also has been a frequent presenter at workshops and conferences in a number of countries, and is a respected writer of books, articles, and training materials to guide those involved in complex organization change.

Along with his parents Bill is predeceased by his twin sisters Ann Quackenbush and Charlotte Lytle.

Burial will take place at Homewood Cemetery in Pittsburgh, PA.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I am so sorry to hear that my old friend is no longer with us. Hugely important in my early professional days as an MIT postgraduate. Then we stayed with each other In Boston and in the Uk. Fond memories. Goodbye Bill. Mike Reynolds

Posted by Michael Reynolds    December 10, 2020

I made a mistake. He was my mother’s cousin

Posted by Linda Stephenson - Family   September 06, 2020

William was my mother's uncle. (Shirley Lytle Capps). Unfortunately, due to distance and life we did not see him. I know she kept in touch with him and talked about him. I am sad to lose another family member without having known him well. Thank you to the friends who put this together and who cared for him.

Posted by Linda Capps - Family   September 06, 2020

William was a wonderful human being and soul. He had many interests and pursued with vigor and excellence. He was a strong contributor to the arts and had so many dear friends. Will always cherish our times and memories together and i'm so honored to be your friend. Wishing you all the peace one can offer Bill. God bless and fondly, Helena Gilman

Posted by helena gilman - Friend   September 02, 2020


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