Aggie Muster is a time-honored tradition at Texas A&M University which celebrates the camaraderie of the school while remembering the lives of Aggies who have died, specifically those in the past year. Muster officially began on April 21, 1922 as a day for remembrance of fellow Aggies. Muster ceremonies today take place in approximately 320 locations globally. The largest muster ceremony occurs in Reed Arena, on the Texas A&M campus. The "Roll Call for the Absent" commemorates Aggies, alumni and current students, who died that year. Aggies light candles, and friends and families of Aggies who died that year answer “here” when the name of their loved one is “called”.
Please join the us for
April 21st at Skillman Church of Christ
Doors open at 6:00pm
Dinner will be served at 6:30pm
Program starts at 7:00pm
3014 Skillman Street
ORDER TICKETS TODAY
**2020 MUSTER WILL BE HELD AT SKILLMAN CHURCH OF CHRIST -3014 SKILLMAN ST***
Tickets are $20 per person before April 18th
$30 per person after
$15 per ticket for children under 12.
We cannot guarantee food if you do not preregister
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE
*Venmo Tranfers or Checks Only*
MAIL YOUR CHECK
Checks payable to:
9759 Edgepine Drive
Dallas, Texas 75238
Venmo Transfers to:
AGGIE RING SCHOLARSHIP
The Aggie Ring is the most visible symbol of the worldwide Aggie Network and one of the oldest and most revered traditions of Texas A&M.
The Association of Former Students' Board of Directors established the Aggie Ring Scholarship Program in 2009. In 2013, about 40 students were impacted through 21 endowed Aggie Ring Scholarships and a general scholarship fund for Aggie Rings.
We invite you to support our Aggie Ring Scholarship and help ensure that the Aggie Ring is available to every Aggie who has earned the right to wear one. Past recipients include Jonathan C. Lewis '16, Daniel Collins '15, and James Foley Jr. '14
"To all at The Lake Highlands Muster,
Today, I was able to order my Aggie Ring because of the generous donation of your organization. I would like to extend my most sincere gratitude and appreciation for what you have done. It was truly a blessing to be able to order my ring...Thank you again for everything. Whoop!"
- SSgt Daniel W. Collins, USMC
Dave Fujimoto '17
"Fuji" is currently the Director of Development for Veteran Affairs with the Texas A&M Foundation. He is housed in Student Affairs focusing philanthropy on veterans and military programs across campus. Dave assists donors by identifying the areas and programs where their support will enhance Texas A&M's capability to be among the best universities and #1 choice for student veterans. Prior to working for the Foundation, Dave was the Director of Strategic Engagement at The Association of Former Students where he ran Texas A&M’s Legislative Advocacy program. Fuji is also a member of the Brazos County A&M Club, serves on the Board of The Bush School Former Student Constituent Network, is an Admissions Liaison Officer for USAFA & AF ROTC, and is a SOMS instructor at The Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership. Lieutenant Colonel Fujimoto retired in 2015 from the USAF as a Senior Pilot after 22+ years of active duty service and 12 overseas deployments. He is a 1993 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, and holds graduate degrees from American Military University and The Bush School of Government & Public Service.
"Softly Call the Muster..."
On behalf of the Lake Highlands/Lakewood Muster Committee,
we would like to express our most heartfelt sympathy for your loss.
If you would like to honor your loved one, please contact us by email or phone. We will ask you to send us a picture and a short bio of the Honoree. We are honored to recognize them during Roll Call.
Lake Highlands/Lakewood Muster is sponsored through the generous contributions and donations of local Aggies and friends of Texas A&M. If you would like to help continue the local tradition in
Lake Highlands, we welcome your support.
*Donations can be made online through Venmo or by submitting a check through the mail