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Eddie Joe Davis '67 To Be Campus Muster Speaker

Scot Walker '90 February 8, 2017 8:57 AM updated: February 16, 2017 12:40 PM

via The Battalion

The Campus Muster speaker for 2017 will be Eddie Joe Davis '67, the Aggie Muster Committee announced Feb. 7.

Davis is a former Corps commander and a veteran of the Vietnam War. He has three degrees from A&M: a bachelor's in agricultural journalism and a master's and a doctorate in educational administration. 

He has served as CFO and executive deputy chancellor for the A&M System, interim president of the university, tenured professor and president of the Texas A&M Foundation. He has been a Fish Camp namesake and was inducted in 2011 into the Corps Hall of Honor.

“Obviously, selection as the Campus Muster Speaker is the pinnacle experience in a lifetime love affair with Texas A&M,” Davis told The Battalion. “It is made even more special because the selection is done by students.”

The 2017 campus Muster ceremony will be April 21 in Reed Arena. More than 300 other Musters will be held worldwide. As Sue Owen '94 reported for the March-April issue of Texas Aggie magazine:

You might be sitting on a hay bale, or on top of a mountain, or in the state Capitol, an outdoor pavilion, or a pizza place. 

Your speaker might be an astronaut, a member of the women’s basketball team, your mayor, a Club officer.

Or there might be no speaker: Musters take many different forms.

To find an Aggie Muster happening near you, visit

You can also volunteer to help plan a Muster. The Association of Former Students provides a lot of resources and guidance to make that process easier. Visit for details.

The Class of '67 will be recognized at the campus Muster ceremony during the celebration of their 50th Anniversary Reunion, April 19-22. Registration for the Reunion is available at

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