Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick & Texas Mourns the Passing of Congressman Ron Wright

"He leaves behind a tremendous legacy for future generations of Texans." 
–Governor Greg Abbott

Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Rep. Ron Wright died Sunday from complications of COVID-19, after having tested positive for the virus on Jan. 21. The 67-year-old Texas Republican had been undergoing treatment for lung cancer, which put him in the high risk category for experiencing more severe symptoms of COVID-19.

Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement following the death of U.S. Congressman Ron Wright:
“I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of U.S. Rep. Ron Wright. Ron was a principled leader who fought to preserve Texas values and was an exemplary representative of his district. His personal strength and commitment to standing up for the unborn were unwavering. He leaves behind a tremendous legacy for future generations of Texans. Cecilia and I send our prayers to Ron's wife, Susan, his family and loved ones.”

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick statement today following the passing of Texas Congressman Ron Wright, R-Arlington:
"Jan and I are very sad to learn of the passing of Congressman Ron Wright. Ron was a dedicated Christian, a committed conservative and a great Texan. He worked tirelessly for the people of Tarrant County throughout his career. This is a loss for his district and for our great state. Please join Jan and I in praying for his wife Susan, their family and friends."
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