Frisco resident one of 5 new Texas Lottery millionaires this week

Play the Games of Texas Texas LotteryAUSTIN – Three Texans claimed Texas Lottery prizes of $1 million or more this week, but two large prizes still remain unclaimed.

Gerald Lee Brady of Frisco claimed a Texas Two Step jackpot worth $1.15 on Monday. His ticket was the only one to match all four numbers (16 – 17 – 23 – 33) and the Bonus Ball 35 for the Nov. 14 drawing.

Timothy D. Galligan of Spring and Rigoberto Montanez-Ramirez of Tomball each collected $1 million top prizes from Texas Lottery scratch-off games.

All of the retailers are eligible for $10,000 retailer bonuses for selling these winning tickets.

Texas Lottery officials are still looking for two additional millionaires, as well. A Lotto Texas ticket matched all six numbers (21 – 23 – 29 – 44 – 47 – 53), making it worth the $12,506,474.87 cash value of the $19 million jackpot from July 31. Similarly, a Powerball ticket matched all five number drawn (5 – 25 – 30 – 58 – 59) but not the Powerball (32) for the Aug. 7 drawing, making it worth $1 million. Both tickets are set to expire early in 2014 if no winner comes forward.


Carmina Barnett Footerboard Ad