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The Core Values Coin

Scot Walker '90 October 9, 2017 2:13 PM updated: August 4, 2020 3:16 PM

The Core Values Coin is a small, rare gift created by The Association of Former Students to recognize Aggies who live and reflect the core values of Texas A&M.

The coin bears the Texas A&M logo on one side and The Association of Former Students logo on the other.

Since the coins were first introduced in 2013, only 123 coins have been presented.

Core Values Coins Presented in 2020

Joe L. “Jerry” Johnson III ’75
Kaleb Fleck '22, Ross Volunteer
Micah Tardy '22, Ross Volunteer
Christopher DeLong '20, Ross Volunteer
Braxton Choate '20, Ross Volunteer
Charlie Pence '51
Ben Lantrip '20, Ross Volunteer
Mikey Jaillet '20, 2019-20 student body president
U.S. Rep. Bill Flores '76
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd '99
Brooke Rollins '94, assistant to President Trump in the Office of American Innovation
Robert Edmonson '07, chief of staff to Speaker of the U.S. House Nancy Pelosi.

Core Values Coins Presented in 2019

Jimmy Williams '83, outgoing Association board member 
Kristi Sherrill Hoyl '86, outgoing Association board member 
Gen. T. Michael Moseley '71, outgoing Association board member 
Ron Spies '73 for decades of service to The Association
Joshua Smith '97
Barbara Smith '91

On April 19, 2019, an Association representative placed 15 Core Values Coins on the graves of Aggies killed in World War II and buried at the Normandy American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, France:

James McKinzie Thompson ’28
William Lester Jameson ’34
James Edwin Rountree ’37
Henry Troy Gillespie ’38
Rolland John Bowman ’40
John L. Handby ’40
Ralph Beaver Hartgraves ’41
Joh Daniel Ragland ’41
Joel Bryan Stratton ’41
Frank Percy Daugherty, Jr. ‘42
Henry Douglas Jackson ’42
Arthur Mills Rider ’42
William Brooks Morehouse ’43
Harry Connor Robison ’45
David Vance Lamun ’46

Core Values Coins Presented In 2018

Chef Tai Lee '02 and Christina Lee '05
Connor Book '18
Jacob Mallison '18
Kyle Barth '18
Nathan Hlavinka '18
Holden Loveless '19
Ty Crawford '18
Jacob Scroggins '20
Randolph D. "Randy" Alles '76, director of U.S Secret Service and retired USMC major general
TJ Marcum '99, 12th Man, Director of Facilities and Special Events
Charles W. Schwartz, Board of Regents Chairman
Brandie Eneks '95, TAMU Office of Admissions, Senior Associate Director
David Batson, in recognition of 25 years service to TAMU Athletics
Col. Matthew Mowery ’92, for service to his country
Maj. John J. Tebbetts ’99, for service to his country
Capt. Colin P. Pena ’07, for service to his country
1st Lt. John H. Fuller ’14, for service to his country
Bruce Bockhorn ‘74, Texas Aggie Band Show
Mark Albers ‘79, for service to The Association of Former Students Board of Directors
George Harris ‘85, for service to The Association of Former Students Board of Directors
Phil Miner ‘80, for service to The Association of Former Students Board of Directors

Core Values Coins Presented In 2017

Michael J. Hardy ’13, Brazos County A&M Club president
Thomas Gabor ’61
Clayton W. Williams, Jr. ’54
Jim Thompson ’68 
Jack Slack ’49
Scott McDonald, Texas A&M director of admissions
Amy Morris ’01, Capital City A&M Club Coach’s Night co-chair
Erika Musick ’02, Capital City A&M Club Coach’s Night co-chair
Logan Richter ’05, San Antonio A&M Club  Coach’s Night chair
Paul Denham ’80, San Antonio A&M Club president
Rebecca L. Brian ’05, Dallas A&M Club president
Krista Borchard '06, Young Alumni Advisory Council
Dwain Mayfield '59, for service to The Association Board of Directors
Gregory Cokinos '79, for service to The Association Board of Directors
Glenn Hart '78, for service to The Association Board of Directors
Dave Eubank ’83, humanitarian

Core Values Coins Presented In 2016

Melissa Fisher ’89, former Association board member
Edward H. Mitchell, Jr. ’46, 1946 Corregidor Aggie Muster participant
Willard A. Flowers ’44, 1946 Corregidor Aggie Muster participant
Dr. John L. Horton ’45, 1946 Corregidor Aggie Muster participant
Robert A. Epstein ’44, 1946 Corregidor Aggie Muster participant
Tim Sweeney, former associate director of student activities
Allan Baron '00, Texas A&M University Police Department
Billy Kennedy, Texas A&M men’s basketball coach
John S. Sharp ’72, chancellor of The Texas A&M University System
Bob Segner, Jr. ’69, retired professor of construction science
George Humble ’48

Core Values Coins Presented In 2015

Dan Garner ’72
John Garner ’79
Charley Garner ’44
Don Chase ’60, Class Agent
Tom Wisdom ’60, Class Agent
Jerry Bradshaw ’60, Class Agent
Andy Duffie ’78, Century Tree Project founder
John Ball ’78, The Walking Aggie
Andy Richardson ’87
Pete Willis

Core Values Coins Presented In 2014

Harry Green ’52, past Sul Ross Group president
Melvin Maltz ’47, past Sul Ross Group president
Duke Hobbs ’47, past Sul Ross Group president
Weldon Kruger ’53, past Sul Ross Group president
Bob Epstein ’44, past Sul Ross Group president
Ridley Briggs ’54, past Sul Ross Group president
Matt Barrier ’95, Fort Worth/Tarrant County A&M Club Coach’s Night Chair
Kristen Scudder ’05, Capital City A&M Club Coach’s Night Co-Chair
Brooke Haley ’03, San Antonio A&M Club Coach’s Night Chair
William Peña ’42, World War II veteran and architect

Core Values Coins Presented In 2013

Teri Lane ’91, South Florida A&M Club Muster chair
Jason Janek ’97, County Line Aggies (West, Texas) Muster chair
Chip Thiel ’00, Fort Bend County A&M Club President
Phil Adams ’70, former chairman of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System
Sam Torn ’70, chair of the Major Gifts Program for the 12th Man Foundation
Brian Smith ’92, Capital City A&M Club president
Justin Allen ’02, Capital City A&M Club Coach’s Night chair
Jason Goodman ’00, Brazos County A&M Club president
Amy Jones ’92, Brazos County A&M Club Coach’s Night chair
Clinton Haby ’02, San Antonio A&M Club president
Dean Williams ’77, San Antonio A&M Club Coach’s Night chair
McCrea Miller ’95, Dallas A&M Club president
Mike Henderson ’92, Dallas A&M Club Coach’s Night chair
Jake Richter ’02, Fort Worth/Tarrant County A&M Club president
Kelly Hein ’92, Fort Worth/Tarrant County A&M Club Coach’s Night chair
Artie McFerrin ’65, former chairman, Board of Trustees
Tom C. “Ike” Morris ’33, oldest living former student
Randy Sauceda ’92, owner, L&L Sporting Travel
Johnny Vivier, owner, Wintershoek Safaris
Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Winston Churchill
Clarence Sasser '73, Medal of Honor recipient
Willard Clark ’67, Balfour
David Collier, Balfour
Tedi Ellison ’90
David Batson, director of athletic compliance
Mike Regan ’82, University Police Department
Fred McClure '76, president of the Bush Library Foundation
Dr. Bowen Loftin '71, president of Texas A&M



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