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Lost Aggie Ring Found After More Than 25 Years

Lauren Eckert '21 February 19, 2020 11:19 AM updated: February 19, 2020 3:06 PM

Bennie Gill '73 holds both his original Aggie Ring and his replacement Aggie Ring.
Bennie Gill '73 holds both his original Aggie Ring and his replacement Aggie Ring.

Bennie Gill '73 lost his Aggie Ring in the early '90s while playing golf in Fort Worth. Over 25 years later, with the help of the Aggie Network, Gill's Aggie Ring was returned. 

Read this Facebook post from Gill's daughter, Tamara Massingill '05, for the whole story.

The best way to not lose your Aggie Ring is to make sure it fits. Each Aggie Ring comes with a lifetime warranty so resizing is usually free (within two sizes). Click here for more information on how you can get your Aggie Ring resized.

However, life happens. If your Aggie Ring is lost, report it here. Make sure your contact information is up-to-date on your Aggie profile in the Find An Aggie Directory; many people who find a Ring will reach out directly using that tool. 

Call or email the Aggie Ring Program office for any questions you have about your Aggie Ring at (979) 845-1050 or

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