AGGIE LETTERMEN ON THE FRONTLINE

Please scroll over images for more information on the impact our members are making during these challenging times. #BTHoCOVID19

Juli Goin ‘03

Soccer

Police Officer

Assisting the city of Dallas prepare for and operate during Covid-19

 

 

Dr. Doug Lawson ‘89

Football

CEO, CHI Texas Division

 

Courtney Lewis ‘06

Football

Center Point Energy

Managing and restoring power throughout the state of New York

CDR Erin Suber-Scatz ‘02

Diving

US Public Health Service, Commander

Center for Disease Control, deployed to the Emergency Operations Center for COVID-19

Dr. Laci Stephenson ‘03

Soccer

Serving her rural community as physician as well as performing telemedicine across the country to help triage patients.

 

 

Sean Terry ‘95

Football

Mayor of City of Celina Texas

Coordinating all aspects of city management as well as providing free hotel rooms to health care workers.

 

 

Taran Tyler ‘14

Softball

Houston area police officer

 

 

 

 

The Texas A&M Lettermen's Association was founded in 1974 by 180 men who had a unique vision for the future of athletics at Texas A&M University. As an extension of the old On-Campus T-Association, the Lettermen's Association was created to provide a means for former students who won Varsity Letters at Texas A&M to gather from time to time and support the University's athletic programs. While originally limited to male members, women joined the Association in 1983. Today the Association is one of the most visible and well-respected organizations in the University System, with active members spanning nearly 70 class years and representing all intercollegiate sports.

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