About Aggie Muster 2020

Capital City A&M Club Muster will look different this year, but the spirit is the same. Muster is a time to come together and reflect on the good times at Texas A&M and remember the Aggies we've lost this year. CCAMC is committed to facilitating Muster, albeit digitally. 
 

Through social media, email, and this website, we will share all components of Muster throughout the day of April 21 so you can gather, whether physically or virtually, and participate in a mini-Muster of your own. We are unable to provide any livestream, but we will have video components, including our Muster Speaker Fred W. Heldenfels IV '79. Please like our Facebook page and make sure you have opted in to receive newsletters under your user profile on this website now so you can participate in Muster. 
 

Together, but separately, we will answer #Here.
 

For more information about this year's Austin Aggie Muster, or to add a name to the Roll Call, please contact Jamie Bennett at jamie@aggienetwork.com.


Click Here To Watch The Muster Video
 

Muster Speaker Information

Mr. Heldenfels of Austin, Texas is President and CEO of Heldenfels Enterprises, Inc., a manufacturer of precast/prestressed concrete structures for the highway, industrial, commercial, and sports construction markets with plants located in San Marcos and Corpus Christi. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1979 with a Bachelor's in Business Administration. His firm has won numerous industry design awards and received the Aggie 100 Award in 2005, 2006, 2010, and 2015. 
 

Mr. Heldenfels chairs the A&M PAC’s board and serves as treasurer on the board of the Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC. He also serves on the Austin Chamber of Commerce’s Executive Committee and board. In 2015, he was honored as a Distinguished Alumni of Texas A&M University. For more information about Fred W. Heldenfels IV please visit

https://txhigheredfoundation.org/board/fred-heldenfels-iv/.


If there is an A&M man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, sup a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas.

-- Texas Aggie Magazine, 1923

Roll Call

Mr. J. Johnson '32
Mr. Joseph Young '37
Mr. Donald Baltz '42
Mr. Robert Seay '43
Mr. Vincent B. Hughes, Jr. '43
Mr. Alex Dickie '46
BG David Williams '46
COL Seldon Graham '47
Dr. Benjamin Mosier '47
Mr. Bill Soyars '47
COL David Cravey '49
Mr. Curtis Higgs '49
COL James Moore '49
Lt. Col. John Burttschell '50
Mr. Henry Wetzel '50
Mr. Kenneth Eldridge Honeycutt '50
Mr. Gordon Flack '51
Mr. Joseph Zern '52
Mr. Billy Schnerr '54
Mr. Clayton W. Williams, Jr. ’54
Dr. Robert Wetherold '62
Mr. Sammy George '64
Mr. Lucius Jones '64
CPT Barry Campbell '65
Mr. Gary Cottingham '70
Mr. Dennis Zwernemann '71
Mr. Mark Zahn '72
Dr. Virgil Mayabb '73
Mr. Eduardo Pena '73
Mr. William Pankonien '74
Mr. Julio Mancillas '76
Mrs. Sharon McCandless Newton '76
Mr. Thomas Horndt '78
Mrs. Marcia Barker '79

Mr. Wayne Peacock '79
Mr. Edward Tatom '80
Ms. Mary Lee Archer '83
Mrs. Cynthia Rondini '87
Mrs. Elizabeth St. Romain '88
Mr. Samuel Zahar '89
Ms. Connie Smith '93
Mr. Bradley Childs '03
Mr. Gregory Jordan '03