Century-old roots provide the basis for Muster as Aggies know it today. It has changed, yet the Spirit in which it was established remains the same. Since the founding of Texas A&M, every Aggie has lived and become a part of the Aggie Spirit. What we feel today is not just the camaraderie of fellow Aggies, it is the Spirit of hundreds of thousands of Aggies who have gone before us, and who will come after us. Muster is how that Spirit is remembered and celebrated, and it will always continue to unite Texas A&M and the Aggie family. A&M may change, but the Spirit never will.

We are pleased to announce the Midland A&M Club will proceed with honoring all of our fallen Aggies from 2019 through 2021 at the 2021 Midland Aggie Muster.

This year’s Muster will be held at

Ranchland Hills Golf Club located at 1600 E. Wadley Ave. Midland, Texas 79705

Speaker: Michael J. Hardy ‘13

Assistant Vice President for Government Relations

Doors will open at 5:00 pm

Dinner served at 6:00 pm    |    Ceremony to follow

***Although mask restrictions have been lifted we will ask that attendees will wear a mask to this year’s ceremony.

If you are unable to attend and would like to join us virtually please visit Midland Aggies to follow along.

We offer our sincerest condolences to those who hearts desire to honor the fallen Aggies of 2019-2021.

Midland A&M Club Roll Call 

Peggy Leeton ’38

James Leeton ’40

Norman Henry ’42

Elena Sordo Smith ’42

Richard Franklin Reed ’48

Thomas Johnson Savage ’52

James Wilbur Little ’52

Clayton “Claytie” W. Williams ’54

Dr. William Robertson Sr. ’63

David Ward Pruitt ’68

William Edward Bradbury ’72

David Wisdom ’85

Dr. John William Mohr ’96

Joe Brooks White II ’02

Honorary Sally Melzer


Robert Owen Carroll ’15

J.R. Slentz ’52

Sophia Nellermoe Boone ’56

Cecil Glenn Ford ’58

Richard Phillip Schaufler ’77

Forever United In Spirit

A&M President Michael K. Young pointed to an Aggie adage that is especially poignant now: “We believe that when and how you Muster are not as important as that you Muster.”

“Although we are temporarily separated by circumstances, we are forever united in spirit — a spirit of service that connects us all across Texas, around the nation and in hundreds of locations around the world,” Young said. “It’s in times like these that we gain strength from those who have come before us, Aggies whose lives and examples give us faith that we can rise above every obstacle and overcome every challenge.”

            Message from the Association

Softly call the muster

  • The Association continues to encourage Aggies and family members of former students to submit the names of their loved ones so they can be included in the global roll call.
  • Muster tradition:
  • See the names that will be called during the campus Muster Roll Call:
  • See the names that will be called during the Worldwide Roll Call:
  • To add a name to the Worldwide Roll Call: