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The list of Texas A&M University people includes notable former students, faculty, and presidents of Texas A&M University. The term Texas Aggie, which comes from A&M's history as an agricultural school, refers to current and former students of Texas A&M. The class year of each former student indicates the year four years after their enrollment year, and does not necessarily represent the graduation year. Non-graduates or attendees of the university are indicated by an asterisk (*).

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Notable Texas A&M Former Students

Academia

Name Class year Notability Reference
Bowden, Robert A.Robert A. Bowden 1986 Chemistry professor at the United States Military Academy [1]
Bruce, A.D.A.D. Bruce 1916 Former president of the University of Houston; former United States Army Major General; founded Fort Hood [2]
Fouraker, Lawrence E.Lawrence E. Fouraker 1947 Former dean of Harvard Business School [3]
Guerrero, III, TitoTito Guerrero, III 1970 Former president of Stephen F. Austin State University and the University of Southern Colorado (now known as Colorado State University-Pueblo) [4]
Hackett, Steven C.Steven C. Hackett 1986 Environmental and natural resource economist; professor at Humboldt State University [5]
Haragan, Donald R.Donald R. Haragan Former president of Texas Tech University [6]
Humphreys, Hubert D.Hubert D. Humphreys 1953 Historian, archivist, oral historian, affiliated with Louisiana State University in Shreveport [7]
Lane, Michael R.Michael R. Lane 1980 President of Emporia State University [8][9]
Loftin, R. BowenR. Bowen Loftin 1971 Interim President of Texas A&M University; former vice president and Chief Executive Officer of Texas A&M University at Galveston [10]
McCaleb, Gary D.Gary D. McCaleb 1975 Former vice president and management professor at Abilene Christian University; former mayor of Abilene, Texas [11]
McDowell, Charles T.Charles T. McDowell 1943 Professor Emeritus of Russian and former director of the Center for Post-Soviet and East European Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington [12]
Nedderman, WendellWendell Nedderman 1949 Former president of the University of Texas at Arlington [13]
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Armed forces

Name Class year Notability Reference
Aldridge, Jr., Edward C.Edward C. Aldridge, Jr. 1960 Former United States Secretary of the Air Force [14]
Ashy, Joseph W.Joseph W. Ashy 1962 Former United States Air Force General [15]
Bruce, A.D.A.D. Bruce 1916 Former president of the University of Houston; former United States Army Major General; founded Fort Hood [2]
Carswell, Jr., Horace S.Horace S. Carswell, Jr. 1938 Medal of Honor recipient; namesake of Carswell Air Force Base near Fort Worth, Texas [16]
Clary, Jim H.Jim H. Clary 1962 Bronze Star, Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Army Commendation Medal, Gallantry Cross (Vietnam), and Air Medal in the Vietnam War [17]
Fowler, Thomas W.Thomas W. Fowler 1943 Medal of Honor recipient [18]
Gamble, Patrick K.Patrick K. Gamble 1967 Former United States Air Force General [19]
Gay, Jr., George H.George H. Gay, Jr. 1938 Former TBD Devastator pilot; sole survivor of Torpedo Squadron 8 during the attack on the Japanese fleet in the Battle of Midway [20]
Harrell, William G.William G. Harrell 1943 Medal of Honor recipient [21]
Hornburg, Hal M.Hal M. Hornburg 1968 Former United States Air Force General [22]
Hughes, Lloyd HerbertLloyd Herbert Hughes 1968 Medal of Honor recipient [21]
Keathley, George D.George D. Keathley 1937 Medal of Honor recipient [23]
Leonard, Turney W.Turney W. Leonard 1942 Medal of Honor recipient [24]
Moseley, Teed MichaelTeed Michael Moseley 1971 Former Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force [25]
Murray, Raymond L.Raymond L. Murray 1935 Former United States Marine Corps Major General [26]
Robbins, Jay T.Jay T. Robbins 1940 Former United States Air Force Lieutenant General; fighter ace with 22 aerial victories in the Pacific Ocean theater of World War II [27]
Rudder, James EarlJames Earl Rudder 1932 Former United States Army Major General; 16th president of Texas A&M University [28]
Schriever, Bernard AdolphBernard Adolph Schriever 1931 Former United States Air Force General; former Commander of Air Force Systems Command; namesake of Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado [29]
Sylvester, John B.John B. Sylvester 1967 Former United States Army Lieutenant General; former NATO Assistant Chief of Staff in Bosnia and Herzegovina [30]
Weyland, Otto P.Otto P. Weyland 1923 Former United States Air Force General; former Commander of Tactical Air Command [31]
Whiteley, Eli L.Eli L. Whiteley 1941 Medal of Honor recipient [32]

Arts and Literature

Film, Television, and Theater

Name Class year Notability Reference
Decker, Mary BethMary Beth Decker 2003 Actress and model; former cast member on MTV's Road Rules and Road Rules: South Pacific [33]
Gras, PatriciaPatricia Gras 1983 CBS television anchor and Emmy Award winner [34]
Hardin, TyTy Hardin 1959 Actor [35]
Koehler, SeanSean Koehler 1999 All Around Performance Horse Weekly television show host [36]
Madison, MarthaMartha Madison 1999 Actress best known as Belle Black in Days of our Lives [37]
McCanlies, TimTim McCanlies Movie director; directed Secondhand Lions and wrote the screenplay for The Iron Giant [38]
McQueen, TanyaTanya McQueen Actress
Mitchell-Smith, IlanIlan Mitchell-Smith Actor
Murphy, MelindaMelinda Murphy 1986 The Early Show correspondent and Emmy Award winner [39]
Thornton, TiffanyTiffany Thornton Actress known for her role as Tawni in Sonny With a Chance
Torn, RipRip Torn 1952 Actor [40]

Journalism and Literature

Name Class year Notability Reference
Boortz, NealNeal Boortz 1967 Libertarian radio personality and host of The Neal Boortz Show [41]
Cox, Richard L.Richard L. Cox 1992 Author
Dawson, GeralynGeralyn Dawson Romance novel author
Harrison, PaynePayne Harrison Author
Lutz, RussellRussell Lutz Science fiction author
Martin, Roland S.Roland S. Martin 1991 CNN journalist [42][43]
McElroy, KathleenKathleen McElroy 1981 New York Times editor [44]
Sidney, OrelonOrelon Sidney 1992 Former CNN anchor [45]
Rodenberger, Lou HalsellLou Halsell Rodenberger Scholar of women writers [45]
Wells, MarthaMartha Wells 1986 Fantasy and science fiction author
Wolfe, GeneGene Wolfe Science fiction author

Music

Name Class year Notability Reference
Barnard, ShaneShane Barnard 1998 Christian musician [46]
Castro, JasonJason Castro 2008 American Idol contestant [47]
Castro, MichaelMichael Castro 2008 American Idol contestant
Creager, RogerRoger Creager 1993 Country musician [48]
Everett, ShaneShane Everett 1993 Christian musician
Keen, Robert EarlRobert Earl Keen 1978 Country musician [49]
Lovett, LyleLyle Lovett 1979 Country musician; four-time Grammy Award winner [49]
Tomlin, ChrisChris Tomlin 1994 Christian musician [50]
Trevino, RickRick Trevino 1994 Country musician [51]

Pageantry

Name Class year Notability Reference
Robinson, RebeccaRebecca Robinson 2002 Miss Texas USA (2008)
Blair, CarissaCarissa Blair 1996 Miss Texas USA (1999); Miss Texas Teen USA (1992) [52]
Dalzell, LisaLisa Dalzell 2001 Miss Texas USA (2002) [53]
Krueger, KandaceKandace Krueger 2002 Miss USA (2001) [54]
McConnell, MelissaMelissa McConnell 1999 Miss USA (2004); Miss Louisiana USA (2004)
Ryman, SherriSherri Ryman Miss Texas USA (1981) [53]
Tomes, KimberlyKimberly Tomes Miss USA (1976); Miss Universe finalist [52]

Other

Name Class year Notability Reference
Allen, DanDan Allen Comedian
Bugbee, Harold DowHarold Dow Bugbee 1918 Artist

Business

Name Class year Notability Reference
Al-Falih, KhalidKhalid Al-Falih 1982 President and chief executive officer of Saudi Aramco
Albers, MarkMark Albers 1979 Senior vice president of ExxonMobil [55][56]
Appelbaum, BruceBruce Appelbaum 1971 Chairman of Mosaic Natural Resources; former president of worldwide exploration and new ventures and vice president of Texaco [57][58]
Bonsignore, MichaelMichael Bonsignore 1969 Former chairman and chief executive officer of Honeywell [59][60]
Bright, BumBum Bright 1943 Former owner of the Dallas Cowboys [61]
Buford, R.C.R.C. Buford 1980 General Manager of the San Antonio Spurs [62][63]
Castro-Wright, EduardoEduardo Castro-Wright 1975 President and chief executive officer of Wal-Mart Stores USA [64]
Ford, FrankFrank Ford 1955 Founder of Arrowhead Mills
Foster, MorrisMorris Foster 1965 Former president of ExxonMobil Production Company [65]
Galvin, RaymondRaymond Galvin 1953 Former president of Chevron Production Corporation [65]
Girouard, MarvinMarvin Girouard 1961 Former chief executive officer of Pier 1 Imports [66]
Harris, BrittBritt Harris 1980 Chief investment officer of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas [67]
Khelil, ChakibChakib Khelil 1968 Algerian Minister for Energy and Mines; former president of Sonatrach and OPEC [68]
LeBlanc, RitaRita LeBlanc 2001 Owner and executive vice president of the New Orleans Saints [69][70]
Mays, LowryLowry Mays 1957 Co-founder of Clear Channel Communications [71]
Mitchell, George P.George P. Mitchell 1940 Real estate developer; founder and president of Mitchell Energy & Development [72]
Wiley, James E.James E. Wiley 1944 Founder of Wiley Brothers General Contractors and Distinguished Alumni of Texas A&M [73]
Wiley, Glen R.Glen R. Wiley 1979 CEO of Wiley Brothers General Contractors
Williams, ClaytonClayton Williams 1954 President and chief executive officer of Clayton Williams Energy, Inc.; Republican gubernatorial nominee in 1990 [74]
Williams, Sr., Clayton W.Clayton W. Williams, Sr. 1915 Oilman, rancher, historian, first registered geologist in Texas [75]
Wyatt, OscarOscar Wyatt 1949 Former chairman and chief executive officer of Coastal Corporation [76]
Zachry, DavidDavid Zachry 1985 President and chief operating officer of Zachry Construction Corporation [77]
Zachry, Henry BartellHenry Bartell Zachry 1922 Founder and former president of H.B. Zachry Company, now Zachry Construction Corporation [77]
Zachry, Jr., Henry BartellHenry Bartell Zachry, Jr. 1954 Chairman of the board of Zachry Construction Corporation [77]
Zachry, JohnJohn Zachry 1984 Chief executive officer of Zachry Construction Corporation [77]
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Government and Politics

Heads of State

Name Class year Notability Reference
Quiroga-Ramirez, Jorge F.Jorge F. Quiroga-Ramirez 1981 Former president of Bolivia [78]
Torrijos, MartinMartin Torrijos 1987 President of Panama [79]

United States Cabinet Secretaries

Name Class year Notability Reference
Cisneros, HenryHenry Cisneros 1968 Former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; first Hispanic mayor of a major United States city (San Antonio) [80]
Runyon, MarvinMarvin Runyon 1948 Former United States Postmaster General [81]

United States Federal Judges

Name Class year Notability Reference
DeAnda, JamesJames DeAnda 1948 Former United States federal judge; attorney in Hernandez v. Texas
Shelby, Michael T.Michael T. Shelby Former United States Attorney
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United States Governors

Name Class year Notability Reference
Perry, RickRick Perry 1972 Governor of the State of Texas; former Texas congressman [82]
White, Frank D.Frank D. White Former Governor of the State of Arkansas

United States House of Representatives Members

Name Class year Notability Reference
Barton, Joe L.Joe L. Barton 1972 United States Congressman (R-Texas; 1985-present) and former Chairman of the Energy & Commerce Committee [83]
Cabell, EarleEarle Cabell 1929 Former United States Congressman; former mayor of Dallas
Edwards, ChetChet Edwards 1974 United States Congressman (D-Texas; 1991–present) [84]
Gohmert, LouieLouie Gohmert 1975 United States Congressman (R-Texas; 2005–present) [85]
Hensarling, JebJeb Hensarling 1979 United States Congressman (R-Texas; 2003–present) [86]
Kuykendall, DanDan Kuykendall 1945 United States Congressman (R-Tenn, 1966–1974)
Laughlin, GregGreg Laughlin 1964 Former United States Congressman [87]
Skeen, Joe R.Joe R. Skeen 1960 Former United States Congressman from New Mexico [88][89]
Teague, OlinOlin Teague 1932 Former United States Congressman [90]

United States Ambassadors and Foreign Political Figures

Name Class year Notability Reference
Álvarez, OscarOscar Álvarez 1982 Former Minister of Public Security for Honduras
Khelil, ChakibChakib Khelil 1968 Algerian Minister for Energy and Mines; former president of Sonatrach and OPEC [68]
Kyle, Edwin JacksonEdwin Jackson Kyle 1899 Former United States Ambassador to Guatemala (1945–48); namesake of Kyle Field [91]
Napper, Larry C.Larry C. Napper 1969 Former United States Ambassador to Kazakhstan (2001–2004); Former United States Ambassador to Latvia (1995–1998) [92]

Texas Senators

Texas House of Representatives Members

City Mayors

NASA

Other Legal and Political Figures

Science and Technology

Other

Notable Texas A&M Faculty and Affiliates

Academics

Arts and Literature

Government and Politics

Science and Technology

Notable Texas A&M Athletes

Baseball

Basketball

American Football

E. King Gill during the 1921-1922 season, the original Twelfth Man

Golf

Olympics

Tennis

Other

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