Kelly P. ’86 and Robert E. Jordan ’85 of Flower Mound, Texas, wanted to honor Kelly’s father, a military veteran. In December 2013, they created a President’s Endowed Scholarship in his name, designated for business. The Major Soren Alfred Potz-Nielsen II President’s Endowed Scholarship pays tribute to the memory of the Air Force fighter pilot, […]
Longtime Mays supporters Amy W. ’83 and James R. Stolarski ’83 have funded a scholarship endowment to honor the work of Jerry Strawser ’83, who stepped down as Mays Business School dean in early September to serve as vice president of finance and administration and CFO of Texas A&M University. The $100,000 contribution will establish […]
A San Antonio couple has committed a substantial planned donation that will establish the Melissa and John Kauth ’77 Endowed Scholarship in Business. Distributions from the fund will be used to provide four-year scholarships to full-time students at Mays Business School. Preference will be given to applicants who are Regents Scholars’ students. Mr. Kauth received […]
A recent gift to support two high-priority programs will support Mays Business School students for years to come. A total of $550,000 has been provided to establish the Cathy and William W. Davis ’75 MBA Fellowship and the Cathy and William W. Davis ’75 Endowed Business Honors Scholarship Program. “In talking with the leadership at […]
Texas A&M University and its Full-Time MBA program are dear to the hearts of Kevin McEvoy and his wife Maria, so they wanted to assist students enrolled in the program. They committed a $300,000 gift to establish the Maria B. and Michael K. McEvoy ’79 MBA Fellowship fund at Mays Business School to support veterans […]
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.
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.
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 â€“ this time to Mays Business School.
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.
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.