GEE, DEBORAH ANN BAGG (1950~2000) Deborah Ann Bagg Gee was born on July 12, 1950, in Syracuse, New York to Norma and Egbert Bagg, IV. While living in New York, Mrs. Gee graduated from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York and studied abroad at the University of Madrid.
She later received a degree in International Law from Suffolk College of Law in Boston, a masters of law degree from Columbia University, and studied at the World Court in the Hague, Netherlands. Upon moving to Houston,Texas, Mrs. Gee worked as a law clerk for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mrs. Gee was assigned to work for Chief Judge William Sessions and Thomas Gibbs Gee, whom she later married. Mrs. Gee was strong supporter and activist for the rights of Hispanic immigrants.
An avid bird watcher, wildlife photographer, and world traveler, Mrs. Gee was in the process of writing a book on the birds of the Galapagos Islands. On September 25, 2000, Mrs. Gee succumbed to cancer and was buried in the Texas State Cemetery.
Information taken from obituary in the Houston Chronicle, September 29, 2000.