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Deanna Bosse '13,
President, Maroon Coats

mcpresident@tamu.edu
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-6624

Shannon Zwernemann '03,
Donor Relations Specialist and Maroon Coat Adviser

shannonz@tamu.edu
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-8161

Andrew Abbott '14
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Andrew is a petroleum engineering major from Katy. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets, Aggie Men's Club and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Andrew has attended various leadership conferences during his time at A&M and was a both a Muster Host and a Fish Aide his freshman year.

After graduation, Andrew plans on serving as a U.S. Marine Corps pilot and he hopes to eventually enter into the petroleum industry. He also enjoys the outdoors, traveling, fishing, Texas Country music and sports.

Alejandro Azocar '14
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Alejandro is an aerospace engineering major born in Venezuela and raised in Houston. He is a member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Student Engineers’ Council and plays in the Hullabaloo Band. He is also an undergraduate research scholar and is conducting research on unmanned aerial vehicles. During his time at Texas A&M, Alejandro has been involved with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Venezuelan Student Association and Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.

After graduation, Alejandro plans on attending graduate school before pursuing a career at NASA, where he hopes to become an astronaut. He enjoys playing trumpet and guitar, playing soccer, traveling and flying airplanes.

Cameron Blizzard '16
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Cameron is a Business Honors and Finance major from Houston, TX.  He participates in the Business Honors program at Mays Business School, and held the position of Business Honors Peer Leader for incoming freshman to the business school.  As well, he has been a member of Fish Aides, Aggie Men’s Club, and served as a Muster Host twice. 

After graduation, Cameron plans to either pursue business consulting, investment banking, or law school.  In his free time, Cameron enjoys golfing, reading, sailing, travelling, collecting jazz records, and enjoying coffee with friends.  

Deanna Bosse '13

 

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Deanna is a Brenham native pursuing a master's degree in agricultural communications. She earned bachelor's degrees in both agribusiness and agricultural economics from Texas A&M. She has held numerous officer positions in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Council, Aggie REPS and Collegiate 4-H. She is also involved in Agricultural and Environmental Safety, Aggie ACES and Farmers Fight.

After graduation, Deanna plans to enter the marketing and business communications field for the agriculture industry. In her free time, she enjoys being with her friends and family, traveling, trying new things and collecting antique tractors with her Dad.

Chet Champion '15
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Chet is a first generation Aggie from Van Vleck, Tx.  He is pursuing a Kinesiology degree with a focus in Applied Exercise Physiology, along with a Business minor.  He served as the Head Director for Freshmen Aggies Spreading Tradition (FAST), a Freshmen Leadership Organization with a focus on Texas A&M traditions.  He also was a counselor for Fish Camp, as well as, a current member of Old Army Gentlemen’s Society.

Currently, Chet is researching different career options within the field of Health & Kinesiology, including Physical Therapy.  In his free time he enjoys watching and playing sports, spending time with friends and family, hunting, and relaxing at home.

D.J. Cieply '15
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DJ is a supply-chain management major from Fort Worth, Texas. He currently serves on the executive teams for both the Business Student Council and the SUMMIT Conference at Mays Business School. In addition to those roles, he holds membership in the council of supply-chain management professionals, and serves as the Texas A&M representative for Princeton’s Business Today conferences.

After graduation, DJ plans to pursue a career in the nutraceutical business, doing both internal consulting and cultural development. However, his long-term dream is to run an inner city sports camp for disadvantaged youth. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, attending his local church, helping younger kids reach their potential, reading, playing golf, and playing the drums.

Morgan Cochran '15
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Morgan is sociology major from Pace, FL.  She is serving as the Commander of Second Brigade in the Corps of Cadets for the 2014-2015 school year.  She is currently a member of the Ross Volunteer Company and is serving as the Corps of Cadets Student Senator for the 67th Session.  During her time at Texas A&M, she has also been involved in Ags of OAK, Army ROTC Ranger Challenge, O.R. Simpson Honor Society, and the Corps Softball Team.

After graduation, Morgan will be commissioning as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.  In her free time, she enjoys playing and watching sports, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. 
Eric Gil '14
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Eric is an industrial distribution major from Poway, California. He is currently the Corps commander for the 2013-2014 school year. Eric is also involved with the Ross Volunteer Company, MSC Hospitality, the Nichols Rising Leaders Conference, Fish Camp and the Corps Basketball Team. During his time in the Corps, he has also been involved with the O.R. Simpson Honor Society and the Fish Drill Team.

After graduation, Eric plans to commission as a 2nd lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps, where he hopes to attend flight school and become an aviator. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports, traveling and spending time with his friends and family.

Kelsey Hammond '15
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Kelsey is a Business Honors and Finance major from Kingwood. She is pursuing her bachelors degree in Business Honors and Finance with a minor in Spanish and a certificate in International Business. She is involved in the Business School through the Horizons Program, Business Honors and Business Fellows. She has served Greek Life and the MSC through her leadership in Kappa Alpha Theta and her position as Director of Operations for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference. She has also participated in Fish Aides, Youth Impact, COSGA, Global Business Brigades and the Honors Freshmen Business Initiative.

After college, Kelsey plans to pursue a career in consulting or the nonprofit sector. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family at their cabin, taking road trips with friends and traveling abroad.
Layeeka Ismail '16

 

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Layeeka is an accounting major from Houston. She is involved with the Business Honors Program, Freshman Business Initiative, Delta Sigma Pi, and the Muslim Students’ Association.

Layeeka plans on earning a bachelors and masters degree in accounting through the Mays Business School Professional Program in Accounting. Following graduation, she will be pursuing a career in public accounting or consulting. Layeeka enjoys being outdoors, spending time with family and friends, and learning more about her faith and culture.

Reid Joseph '14
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Reid, a third-generation Aggie, is an industrial distribution major from Springdale, Arkansas. He is the 2013-2014 student body president as well as a member of Squadron 17 and the Ross Volunteer Company in the Corps of Cadets. Reid is also a member of the Professional Association of Industrial Distribution. During his time at Texas A&M, he has been a member of Aggie Muster Committee, Fish Aides, Traditions Council and the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference.

After graduation, Reid plans to work as a technical salesperson for a distributor or manufacturer. He enjoys hunting, listening to country music, watching and playing sports, reading biographies and spending time with friends and family.

Kyle Kelly '14
Kyle image Kyle is an industrial distribution major from Boerne pursuing a business administration minor. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets, serves as the chaplain of Squadron 17 and is a member of the Ross Volunteer Company. Kyle also serves as the worship chair for the Brotherhood of Christian Aggies (BCA). Kyle was the head campaign manager for a student body president campaign, member of the Professional Association of Industrial Distribution and has served as a Muster host.

After graduation, Kyle plans on either pursuing a career in business, going to graduate school or attending seminary. Kyle also enjoys the outdoors, playing guitar, golfing and spending time with family and friends.  
Shep Klinke '14 
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Shep is an accounting major from Katy, Texas. He is a four-year letterman for the Texas A&M football team. Now that is footaball-playing days are over, Shep is currently enjoying becoming more involved in other activities on campus including The Big Event and Titans of Investing.

After graduation, Shep plans to pursue a career in accounting. Outside of school, he enjoys watching sports, playing golf, and spending time with his family and friends.
Sterling Knapp '14
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Sterling is an accounting major from College Station. She is pursuing her bachelors degree in accounting and masters degree in management information systems through the Professional Program in Accounting. Sterling currently serves as the Special Events Coordinator for Business Fellows. In 2013, Sterling received the Buck Weirus Spirit Award and was selected as the Sorority Woman of the Year.

In past years, Sterling has served as the Chief Recruiting Officer for Kappa Alpha Theta and the Director of Administration for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference. She has also participated in Tell Your Story Leadership Forum, Fish Camp, Fish Aides, and the Gilbert Leadership Conference.

Following graduation, she plans to work for a big four accounting firm. In her free time, Sterling enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with friends and family.

Daylon Koster '15
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Daylon is an agricultural economics major with an emphasis in rural entrepreneurship from Cedar Park, TX. He is currently in company E-2 and during his sophomore year he served as Mascot Corporal, the caretaker for Texas A&M’s mascot, Reveille VIII. Entering Texas A&M he joined freshman leadership organizations Fish Aides and Fish Council. He is currently serving as the Tree Platoon Leader for the Ross Volunteer Company.

Upon graduation, Daylon hopes to become a senior price estimator in the agricultural industry and plans to one day become a business owner himself. In his free time, Daylon loves scuba diving, hiking, and road trips through the Texas hill country.

Scott Lovett '13
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Scott is a finance major from College Station. He is currently serving as the commanding officer of 1st Regiment in the Corps of Cadets and as a squad leader in the Ross Volunteer Company. Scott is also involved with the Nichols’ Rising Leaders Conference and the Banking Program at Mays Business School.

After graduation, Scott plans to pursue a career in real estate development. He loves working on his family’s ranch, spending time with his friends and family and going to Aggie baseball games.

Patrick McGinty '15  
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Patrick is pursuing a Kinesiology & Biology double major with a minor in Psychology. He is from San Antonio Texas. Currently, Patrick is a junior yell leader, and was just selected to serve as head yell leader for the 2014-2015 school year.  He's a member of Company K-1 within the Corps of Cadets, and a member of the Ross Volunteer Company. He is also currently serving as a fish camp counselor for the third time and is a member of the Texas A&M Pre-med society.  During his time at A&M he's been involved with MSC FISH, MSC Abbott family leadership conference, Rudders Rangers, Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society, and the Ranger Challenge team.

Following graduation, Patrick  plans to attend medical school in hopes of becoming a trauma surgeon.  In his free time Patrick enjoys enjoy being outdoors, hunting, fishing, playing sports, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Tyler Moffett '15
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Tyler is a Business Finance major from Katy, TX. He is a member of the Aggie Men’s Club and serves on the Aggie Muster Committee. During his time at Texas A&M, he has been a member of Fish Aides, worked with the HOSTs mentoring program and helped start a Bible study which he leads on Wednesdays.

After graduation, Tyler plans on attending seminary in order to eventually pursue either ministry or politics. He enjoys playing the guitar and drums, throwing the Frisbee and spending time with his family and friends.  

William Michael Powell Jr. '14
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Michael is construction science major from Laredo, Texas. He is a member of Company A-2 in the Corps of Cadets, the Ross Volunteer Company, Project Sunshine, Camp ARCH, the BUILD Project, and Associated General Contractors. During his time in the Corps, he has also been involved with O. R. Simpson Honor Society, the Corps of Cadets Marathon Team, and Darling Recruiting Company. Michael has also attended the MSC Fall Leadership Conference as a delegate for the Corps of Cadets in August 2013.

After graduating in May of 2015, Michael hopes to work in the construction industry. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, playing sports, hunting, and spending time with his friends and family.

Ben Riner '14
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Ben is a civil engineering major from Conway, Arkansas. He is the president of the Maroon Coats and the head recruiting officer for Squadron 17 in the Corps of Cadets. Ben is also a member of the Aggie Men's Club.

Post-undergraduate options for Ben include graduate school and working overseas as an environmental engineer.

Ben enjoys driving, playing intramural sports with his Corps buddies and learning about other cultures.

Uli Robles '15
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Uli is a junior accounting major from Fort Worth. He is pursuing bachelor's degrees in Business Honors and Accounting, as well as a master’s degree in Financial Accounting. He has been involved in numerous organizations at the business school including Freshman Business Initiative, ALPFA, and Business Fellows.

After graduation, Uli plans to enter either the energy industry or management consulting. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family, devoting time to his three roommates, reading, and playing sports with friends.

Zach Rozinsky '15
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Zach is an Industrial Distribution major from Wylie, TX. He serves as the Chief Administrative Officer in the Memorial Student Center, and has been involved in various MSC Committees and Resource Areas through his time at A&M. Zach also has served as a counselor in Fish Camp, and is currently a member of the Professional Association for Industrial Distribution as well as the Old Army Gentlemen’s Society.

Upon graduating, Zach plans to pursue a career in technical sales and one day transition to working as a development officer for a non-profit organization. Zach enjoys hunting, traveling, learning to cook and play guitar, and spending time outdoors.

RJ Shannon IV '14
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RJ is an industrial distribution major from Plano. He is the public relations chair for the Old Army Gentlemen’s Society and recently served as the marketing manager for Reid Joseph’s campaign for student body president. RJ has also served as a Muster Host, Fish Camp counselor and has participated in the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference.

After graduation, RJ plans to pursue a career in technical sales. In his free time, he enjoys playing and watching sports, hunting, listening to all kinds of music, reading and spending time with family and friends.

William Tindol '15
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Will shows his West Texas roots in his studying, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M. He is President of his Fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). He is also a member of other Petroleum related organizations, Society of Petroleum Engineers and the American Association of Drilling Engineers. William will be interning this summer with Concho Resources in Midland, Texas. 

After graduation, Will plans to work for an oil company and look for an opportunity to go back to school to pursue a Masters in Business. In his free time, Will loves to work on projects like building furniture and any other project that would be particular to a handy-man. He also has aspirations to play the violin but has not started that because he doesn't own one yet. Will loves to play sports outside and spend quality time with friends and family.

David J. Trigg '15
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David was born in San Antonio and graduated high school from The Woodlands High School. He is pursuing a double major in Business Honors and Finance. He has been involved heavily in The Corps of Cadets and the Student Government Association. After finishing his term as Sergeant Major, he will serve as the Corps Commander for the 2014-2015 year.

After Graduation, David plans to enter the oil and gas industry. He hopes to in the future to start his own business with a group of Aggies. His hobbies include fishing, hunting, outdoor sports, and spending time with his grandmother and family.

Kevin von Storch '15
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Kevin is a civil engineering major from Colleyville. He is involved with Aggie Men’s Club, The Big Event, American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineers Without Borders and United Way of Brazos Valley.

After graduation, Kevin will either pursue a Master of Business Administration or a career in civil engineering. Outside of his academics and extracurricular involvement, Kevin enjoys travelling, cooking, reading, building Legos, hunting and spending quality time with his friends and family.

Drew Williams '15
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Drew is a Telecommunication Media Studies major from Wichita Falls, TX with minors in Business and Film Studies. He served as counselor for Fish Camp and Impact Retreat, was a member of Freshmen Leaders in Christ, and led a small group with I Am Second. Drew is also involved with the 3 Day Startup Leadership Council at Startup Aggieland, the ESPNU Campus Connection team, and the Telecommunication Media Association.

After graduation, Drew plans to work as a freelancer in marketing and advertising, the film industry, and sports broadcasting. He currently runs a mobile DJ business and is starting a video production company in College Station. In his free time, he enjoys video production, live music, traveling, and spending time outdoors.