U.S. Rep Eddie Bernice Johnson called efforts to honor the memory of Luminant colleague Terrell Cowherd a fitting tribute to a man “who gave his life attempting to settle a dispute on the streets of our city.”
Terrell began a career with Luminant in 2012 as an associate engineer for environmental services. As the Dallas Morning News reported, he was fatally stabbed while trying to break up a fight on Lower Greenville in August 2013.
Luminant recently made a donation to the Prairie View A&M University Civil Engineering Scholarship fund, which will endow the scholarship for future generations beginning this spring.
“The scholarship that you are helping to establish will allow Mr. Cowherd’s memory to live forever,” Johnson wrote in a letter to Luminant CEO Mac McFarland. “I am certain that many worthy students will be assisted because of what he stood for, and the way in which he lived his life. I wish you great success in your effort.”
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