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Pat Summitt bequeaths Tyler Summitt her ‘personal property’

The late great Pat Summitt leaves personal items to her only child.

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The Tennessean announced today, Tyler Summitt — the son of the late legendary coach Pat Summitt — will get all rights to his mother’s personal properties as stated in her last will and testimony.

A copy of Summitt’s will was obtained as reported by the Tennessean, which stated Tyler Summitt would get her “tangible personal property” which would include “automobiles. clothing, jewelry and other articles of personal use or ornament.”

Her home in Blount County was previously put up for sale this summer the Tennessean reported.

The Patricia H. Summitt Revocable Living Trust will pay for all of coach Summitt’s "debts, funeral expenses, expenses of my last illness, unpaid charitable pledges, and all taxes, estate, inheritance or otherwise, and any interest or penalties,” as stated in her will.