JEFFERSON, PAT CURTIS (1903~1965) Pat Curtis Jefferson, former member of the Texas House of Representatives, was born on February 5, 1903, in Stafford, Arizona. At the age of two, Jefferson and his family moved to San Antonio, where at the time of his death, he had been a resident of the city for sixty years. During World War One, Jefferson served in the Navy and later became a strong member of the American Legion in Alamo Post No. 2. After the war, Jefferson served the people of Bexar County and San Antonio as a member of the Texas House of Representatives during the 43rd and 44th sessions. Jefferson was also a president of the Senior Democratic Citizens Council and a member of Victory Lodge No. 1160 A.F.&A.M. Jefferson died on June 9, 1965, and was buried in the Texas State Cemetery three days later. Jefferson and his wife, Frances, had no children. Information taken from obituaries in the Friday, June 11, 1965 issue of the San Antonio Express, the June 11, 1965 issue of the San Antonio Evening News, and the June 11, 1965 issue of the San Antonio Light.