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GALLERY: Muster Reflections Display

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Photo by Photo by Abbey Santoro

Every Aggie on the roll will be called and answered with “Here” on Wednesday, April 21. 

The Muster Reflections Display serves as a living memorial dedicated to honoring the lives of those whose names will be called in the 2021 Campus Muster Roll Call. Personal memorabilia, photographs and belongings of those being honored are on display in the Memorial Student Center Flag Room until the morning of Wednesday, April 21. 
The 2021 Campus Muster Roll Call will take place via livestream on Wednesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. in Kyle Field.

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  • Jarrod Glenn was an electrical engineering senior at Texas A&M and will be honored at the 2021 Campus Muster Roll Call. 

  • Otto made significant contributions in state legislature on behalf of Texas A&M, serving in a number of key roles. 

  • John C. Otto, Jr. ’70 served as head drum major of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band during his senior year at Texas A&M. 

  • The Reflections Display in the Memorial Student Center Flag Room gives the Texas A&M community an opportunity to learn about the individuals being honored in the Campus Roll Call.

  • Robert Edgar Rhoades was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets during his time as a student at Texas A&M. 

  • Sophomore Brandon Williams was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets in Squadron 8 where he pursued an Air Force contract. 

  • Friends, classmates and fellow Aggies had the opportunity to leave their regards to those being honored. 

  • Robert A. Epstein ’44 served Texas A&M in a variety of facets over the years and remained an active member of several on-campus foundations.

  • Jack Ousely Moore was part of the Texas A&M graduating class of 1945. 

  • An Aggie Bonfire Memorial tribute figure was placed on John Childs’ table. 

  • Charles Saxe attended Texas A&M on a football scholarship where he became a two-time letterman.

  • During his time at Texas A&M, John Childs was a member of the Corps of Cadets and served as senior yell leader. 

  • George Y. Ricketts graduated with an Agricultural Engineering degree from Texas A&M in 1951. 

  • Freshman political science major Ryan Boles was member of Squadron 8 in the Corp of Cadets and a member of the Fish Drill Team. 

  • Lewis Gardner graduated from Texas A&M in 1954. 

  • Leroy Hyltin graduated from Texas A&M University in 1958 where he was a member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.

  • A separate display is dedicated to the tradition and history of Muster with pictures and descriptions detailing the special ceremony. 

  • Muster ceremonies will take place across the world on Wednesday, April 21 where speakers will read the “Roll Call For The Absent,” and those present will answer “Here” in response.

  • The 50th reunion of the Class of 1971 is honored with a separate wall in the Reflections Display that shows pictures from their time at Texas A&M. 

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