Letter from the President

Dear Lettermen,

As the evolution of our great University continues, the foundation of the Texas A&M Athletic Department remains its Varsity Lettermen. As a former athlete at Texas A&M you are part of an elite fraternity of Former Students who had the incredible opportunity to represent the University on the field of play. Regardless of your sport or the era in which you played, your impact on Aggieland is appreciated and is relevant to the continued success of our highly competitive Athletic Program.

During your years of commitment as a Texas A&M Student Athlete you developed life skills that helped you transition into your chosen professional field. Additionally, you developed meaningful relationships with teammates and coaches. As a member of the Lettermen’s Association, you can recapture those proud moments of your past and further develop those relationships when you return to campus for a Reunion or Special Event. We all know the importance of networking and reconnecting with your former teammates is one of many valuable benefits provided to all members of the Texas A&M Lettermen’s Association.

I encourage you to become a part of something greater than yourself and join our Organization in 2014 and beyond by completing your Annual or Lifetime Application. As our new Lettermen’s Facility is constructed as part of the Kyle Field Redevelopment Project, this is truly an exciting time to be a part of our Association. Combined with the success of our Athletic Teams, the excitement surrounding Texas A&M Athletics continues to grow at a frenetic pace. Moreover, as our Athletic Department’s most valuable asset, former Letter Winners form a bridge connecting Athletes from the past, present and future. That means YOU are a vital part of Texas A&M Athletics and I personally invite you to become a member of the Texas A&M Lettermen’s Association.

Thank you for your participation.

Your President,

Randy Wylie ’86 (Football)