TJ Patterson Death: How did He die?
First Black Councilman & Taxes City Leader T.J. Patterson who was before Lubbock’s 1st African and American councilman died on Wednesday 21 September at the age of 85. He was doing the works which were based on the Black Color people community savior. Alan Henry appreciated DJ for his work and said “a gift to the city”.
First Black Councilman & Taxes City Leader T.J. Patterson’s Cause Of Death, Dies At Age 85
Henry said for TJ…
“Everyone knows T.J. was a very optimistic person, very encouraging and articulate, but he was also someone who was very thoughtful and aware of the seriousness of issues facing the community,”
He was born in Waxahachie and he sacrificed his life for Lubbock. He was hold a physical degree at Bishop College in Marshall. He married Bobbie Patterson in Lubbock. The couple has three children. After seeing the condition of the Black Community he coco-founded Southwest Digest with Eddie Richardson in 1977. He holds the Lubbock city counselor position for 20 years. His death cause is not been announced yet.
Our department mourns the passing of longtime Lubbock public servant and pioneer, T.J. Patterson. pic.twitter.com/DrRYHgiav7
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