Anthony Tsai Brooks

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Anthony Tsai-Brooks (known as Tony Tsai-Brooks) was an American politician in the San Antonio area of Texas.

Tsai-Brooks was born in 1968 (as Anthony Brooks). He was an Air Force veteran and a resource analyst at the Army Medical Command at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. He first was elected to the Live Oak City Council in 2015 and was re-elected in 2017 [1].

On 29 March 2014 he married, in San Francisco, Phillip Tsai, the owner of Extreme Opulence Hair Studio and a board-member of the Live Oak Economic Development Corporation. On marriage he changed his surname to Tsai-Brooks.

Tsai-Brooks tested positive for novel coronavirus at Northeast Baptist Hospital, in San Antonio, and died of the virus on 14 April 2020, aged 52 [2]. His husband, Phillip Tsai-Brooks predeceased him two days earlier.