Professor Gerald Treece Death – Dead : Gerald Treece Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.
Professor Gerald Treece has died, according to the following statements posted on social media on July. 13, 2020.
KHOU 11 News Houston on Twitter: “Please join us in remembering Professor Gerald Treece, who died this afternoon. He was our KHOU legal analyst, and our friend. We will miss him greatly. Leave your condolences below and we’ll share them with Sue, his wife of 50 years.
Please join us in remembering Professor Gerald Treece, who died this afternoon. He was our KHOU legal analyst, and our friend. We will miss him greatly. Leave your condolences below and we'll share them with Sue, his wife of 50 years. https://t.co/O54klkhVht pic.twitter.com/E1Mz9vd5Vr
— KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) July 14, 2020
RIP to one of my favorite humans. T. Gerald Treece is a legend. So many Texas lawyers owe their success to him. We will miss you. Blessed by knowing and loving you!! pic.twitter.com/7NmKKWtBa3
— Kym Stuart (@LadyHouEsq) July 13, 2020
Gerald Treece, Vice President at @STCL_Houston, died this afternoon, according to an email from the school president. Treece was a frequent contributor and legal analyst on Texas television — and a hell of a great guy! pic.twitter.com/TbHubJNlQD
— Jason Whitely (@JasonWhitely) July 14, 2020
US Attorney Ryan Patrick wrote
Today we lost Gerald Treece, VP at South Texas College of Law. He was my professor, coach, mentor and friend. I don’t think I would be the lawyer I am today without some of his guidance and wisdom. Fantastically kind man who built a student advocacy juggernaut at STCL.
With great sadness, I share the passing of Dean T. Gerald Treece. Coach Treece served @STCL_Houston for more than 40 years and leaves a legacy of successful advocates, accomplished attorneys, and grateful peers and students. He made us all better. He will be missed. pic.twitter.com/tnLIrTWph1
— Michael F. Barry (@DeanMikeBarry) July 14, 2020
Gerald Treece served as #KHOU11‘s legal analyst for years and he was remarkable at it. He was also just a really good human before the cameras rolled. He wanted to chat and learn more about you. I regret I didn’t take more time for those conversations. Gerald, you will be missed. pic.twitter.com/vbaSKTU1MX
— BrandiKHOU (@BrandiKHOU) July 14, 2020