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TERRANCE, ANDREW DEE ("Tad") Passed away on April 20, 2018 at the age of 44. Born in Miami, Tad, an only child, was predeceased by his parents, Paul T. Dee and Elizabeth H. Dee. Known for his academic prowess, Tad graduated from Palmetto High School (1992), obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Harvard University (1996) and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami Law School (1999), having served on the school's Law Review. Subsequently, Tad obtained his LLM in Taxation at New York University. Tad's legal career was launched at White and Case, in their Miami offices. He was serving as the career law clerk to United States District Judge, The Honorable Jose E. Martinez, Southern District of Florida. Tad is survived by his two aunts and their spouses, Margaret M. Scirrotto (Joseph J.) and Catherine E. Dee, (Charles A. Self), one cousin and her spouse, Lauren E. Scirrotto (Jason Garwick) and one cousin, Marissa A. Ray (widowed). In addition, Tad is survived by three loves of his life, his second cousins: Julia E. Ray (10), Liam J. Garwick (8) and Owen M. Garwick (3), for whom Tad was godfather. He also leaves behind a host of dear, long-term friends who, like his family members, are deeply saddened by his passing. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either the: Paul Dee Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund, or, the 0Elizabeth Dee Scholarship Fund at: University of Miami Division of University Advancement Newman Alumni Center 6200 San Amaro Dr Room 209D Coral Gables, FL 33124 Private funeral services are planned.
Published in the Miami Herald on Apr. 23, 2018
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