Psencik, who was also the FFA advisor, was pronounced dead at the sceene by Goliad County Justice of the Peace, Sylvia Valdez, who ordered an autoposy from Central Texas Autopsy in Lockhart.
A passenger, Chelsea Kay Huth was airlifted to Christus Spohn Hospital in Corpus Christi suffering from broken bones, a punctured lung and damage to her spleen.
Funeral service was held Sunday for Psencik, who is survived by his wife, Amy and two children.
He was known for his restoration of old cars and helped a group of young girls restore a tractor. His students also restored a 1969 Dodge Charger, the General Lee from the “Dukes of Hazard.” Psencik has just finished restoring the 1927 Ford, he was driving.
DPS officer, Roman Macias, who is investigating the accident, stated he was traveling North on FM1726 when he lost control of the car while going round a curve causing the car to overturn. Both Psencik and Huth were ejected from the vehicle.
An enterprising young man, Trey also operated South Texas Sanitation, a trash service for those living in the rural areas of Goliad County.
He will be sorely missed, not only by his family, but the students to whom he was a mentor and a friend.