Tony di Santi was in a tank in Vietnam wondering what he would do with his life after he returned from the war when, suddenly, a memory from childhood brought him back to his hometown of Hendersonville. He couldn't have been more than 13 on that day when he accompanied his mother to see a lawyer in town. He didn't remember the subject of the visit - it might have had something to do with his father not paying child support. "I just remembered how clearly relieved she was when we came home that this man was going to help us," di Santi said. That memory was the beginning of his ambition to become an attorney, and the start of a path that led him to be sworn in as the president of the N.C. State Bar.
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