Donors Corner

Pair pledges gift to fund several Texas A&M endowments

By • March 17th, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Texas A&M

M. Ann and Charles P. ’82 Manning have committed gifts to Mays Business School, two other Texas A&M University colleges and the 12th Man Foundation. The funds for the gifts will be generated through a retirement account and a revocable living trust.

Petersens give back to university that has given their family so much

By • March 11th, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Former Students, Texas A&M

Since graduating from Texas A&M in the early 1980s, Kris ’81 and Bruce ’83 Petersen have been involved in the life of their alma mater in a variety of ways.

Davis $1 million gift doubled by Mays program match

By • February 20th, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Former Students, Texas A&M

Don Davis’ sense of Aggie pride and appreciation for the core values of Texas A&M have driven him to give back multiple times to his alma mater. Already a supporter of the Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Olsen Field renovation, Davis decided he would like to make another gift to Texas A&M – this time to Mays Business School.

Rinn ’75 Establishes Accounting/Tax Education Endowment

By • February 18th, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Former Students

Robert (Bob) A. Rinn ’75 knew for many years that he wanted to leave part of his estate to Texas A&M through his will. After meeting with a financial consultant, Rinn decided to make a planned gift by assigning the Texas A&M Foundation as a beneficiary of one of his life insurance policies. His gift of $267,000 established the Robert A. Rinn ’75 Energy Accounting/Tax Education Endowment.

Generosity a family tradition for Andersons

By • February 6th, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Former Students, Texas A&M

Stephanie Anderson says her grandmother’s ambition for her family to be attend and graduate from college changed the trajectory of her family; and this objective has carried on in Stephanie and her husband’s charitable mission statement to help other families change their trajectories through education.

Moore endowment will support future lawyers

By • February 3rd, 2014 • Category: Donors Corner, Featured Stories, Texas A&M

An MBA is the most common advanced degree for business school graduates, but a Juris Doctor is a close second. Mays Business School students who are pursuing law school will receive financial assistance through a new scholarship: The Joy W. ’88 and Nathan P. Moore ’89 Endowed Award. Funded by a $100,000 gift from Joy and Nathan Moore, the award is designated for a Mays student who has been accepted into a law school and will support studies at that law school.

Eric Wylie ’93 pledges to help Mays student leaders

By • November 5th, 2013 • Category: Donors Corner, Texas A&M

When he committed $25,000 to create the Eric R. Wylie ’93 Business Student Council Leadership Endowed Scholarship fund, Wylie joked that he wanted the scholarship to go to someone like himself: A finance major and a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets.

Davis gift to Mays enhances pair’s legacy

By • October 18th, 2013 • Category: Donors Corner, Texas A&M

A desire to assist Mays Business School students prompted two Texas A&M University alumni to donate $250,000 to establish the Becky ’76 and Monty Davis ’77 Endowed Business Honors Scholarship Program.

Gift to Mays honors mentor J. Wayne Stark

By • August 27th, 2013 • Category: Donors Corner

A Mays graduate and her husband have anonymously donated $75,000 to create the J. Wayne Stark Business Honors Scholarship to honor a mentor of hers during college. The couple also wanted to encourage students who are “smart, hard-working and driven towards receiving a good education and contributing to the worldwide community.”

WildHorse Resources executives bolster Business Honors Program

By • August 23rd, 2013 • Category: Donors Corner, Programs, Texas A&M

The managing partners of a Houston-based company have committed to a $100,000 gift for the WildHorse Resources Business Honors Scholarship fund at Mays Business School.