Who was Page Pate? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Cause of Death

Page Pate Wiki – Page Pate Biography

Page Pate, a renowned Georgia legal analyst and attorney, drowned while swimming for the week with his son, according to officials. According to Brunswick News reports, Glynn County Fire Department Acting Chief Vinnie DiCristofalo said a man drowned on Sunday, September 11 after he was swept away by a current in Gould’s Inlet on St Simons Island. DiCristofalo told CNN that shortly after 2 p.m. m., lifeguards received a call about “two swimmers in distress”, identifying them to the media as Pate and his son. “I have no direct information on whether they were together and they stretched out,” DiCristofalo said.

The official said that while he was on his way to the scene, the rescue team learned that “the teenage victim made it to shore safely,” according to the outlet. The Brunswick News reported that Pate was transported to Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick hospital, but unfortunately did not survive. Glynn County Coroner Marc Neu confirmed that 55-year-old Pate died of accidental drowning.

Page Pate Age

Page Pate is 55 years old.

Page Pate Cause of Death

Pate, Johnson & Church, a law firm based in Atlanta where Page Pate was one of the founders, released a statement following Pate’s death, according to WGCL-TV. “Once the shock wears off, it just hurts,” said Tom Church, one of Pate’s legal partners, the outlet reported. “And there’s no easy way to get rid of that, except for time and mourning. But I think one thing we can also take with us is celebrations of this man’s life.” According to his firm’s website, Pate was a seasoned criminal defense and civil litigation professional with 25 years of experience under his belt and a lifelong Georgia resident.

The highly acclaimed attorney was a regular legal contributor to local outlets such as WGCL-TV, NBC affiliate WXIA-TV, and 90.1 WABE, often appearing as a guest on CNN. Pate attended the University of Georgia School of Law and graduated with honors in 1994, according to his signature statement. The Georgia Innocence Project also mourned Page’s death in a social media post on Tuesday, September 13. Pate was a founding member of the nonprofit organization, which is dedicated to addressing and preventing wrongful convictions.

The nonprofit organization called Pate “a fierce advocate for the criminally accused and wrongfully convicted” and praised his commitment to the organization. “Above all, we will remember Page’s kindness and generosity, always willing to give whatever he could to help, whether in a personal or professional matter, and never asking for anything in return,” the organization wrote. “Today, we share our deepest condolences with Page’s family and loved ones as we mourn our collective and devastating loss in his passing,” the organization continued. “Tomorrow we will pick up the pieces and honor Page’s memory by continuing the tireless fight for justice and accountability in our criminal legal system, drawing on Page’s tenacious spirit and grace as inspiration.” Pate is survived by his wife Elizabeth, his sons Chatham and Asher, his parents Robert and Mary Elizabeth, and his younger brother Lane, according to WGCL-TV.

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