Tarrant County District Attorney Tim Curry ’61 died early Friday morning. Curry, one of the longest serving district attorneys in Texas history, was elected to the post in 1972 and was still in office, although he had been diagnosed with lung cancer last year. He never lost an election. He was 70.
The office he led was large. The district attorney’s office, with a staff of 320 people, has a conviction rate of 90 percent.
Read more about his amazing career in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, http://www.star-telegram.com/804/story/1336994.html.