At 94, Trammell Crow Has Died
Anne Raymond at Crow Holdings tells Unfair Park this morning that Trammell Crow died last night in his sleep at the age of 94. She says the real estate developer -- a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School who wound up owning and developing much of his native Dallas -- had not been ill and that he "just passed away peacefully." The family is meeting this morning to discuss funeral plans, which will be made public in coming days. Says Raymond, "He had a great life, one that a lot of people will come together to celebrate and honor."
Update: From AP account: "Spokeswoman Cynthia Pharr Lee said Thursday that Crow died Wednesday at family farm near Tyler in East Texas."
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