I can’t think of another tradition that evokes more feelings. I have written about it before, but each year it brings it all back. I am so proud to be part of this university and the network of people it brings with it.
This year, Muster was a little different for us. Mr. Gray had the honor of being asked to be a Muster speaker. (It was also Baby Gray’s first Aggie Muster, but that’s another story for another day.)
In a small Aggie Club in the panhandle, with a couple of his AGR brothers, Mr. Gray got to speak of family legacies and people who have shaped his life. He was able to share our copy of the Olio and tell some stories of his own as well. We met other Aggies that know Pops–in fact, one had been on a business trip with him just last week–small world!
It is always interesting to attend the different Muster ceremonies and see how they’re alike and how they’re different. I’m so proud of Mr. Gray for being the kind of man who leads his family, works hard, loves God, and displays all of that for others to see and call upon his experiences.