“Softly call the Muster, let a comrade answer ‘Here’…”
“If there is an A&M man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas.”
Friday April 21, 2023
5:30pm Doors Open
5:45pm Dinner Served
7:00pm Muster Program
Attire: Smart Casual
Muster Speaker: Kyle McNeely ’74
Join the Williamson County A&M Club 2023 Aggie Muster!
Optional dinner meal is $30/person and must be ordered in advance and includes your RSVP (meals will only be sold at the door for $35, if there are plates still available).
$1 RSVP is REQUIRED for Muster attendance if you are not ordering a dinner meal, this will help cover venue costs and give us a count to accommodate seating.
Online orders will close on Sunday April 16th at Noon or when our limited seating is sold out.
12 Spice Chicken with wild mushroom reduction
Green Bean Almondine
Rosemary Red Potatoes
Freshly Baked Rolls
Ice Tea or Water
** Meal is Gluten free with the exception of the mushroom reduction (served separately from the chicken) and the rolls. **
If you would like to check the Roll Call list that we will call names from (provided to us by The Association of Former Students) you can click here.
The names included from The Association will be automatically added to our WCAMC Roll Call. If you would like to add a name to our WCAMC Roll Call, please complete this form.
Muster Speaker: Kyle McNeely ’74
J. “Kyle” McNeely ’74 is originally from Lubbock, Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1974 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and later earned an MBA from the University of Southern California.
Kyle is married to Karen, also Class of ’74. Kyle and Karen are blessed with two children including their daughter Tara ‘02 who works for Exxon and Justin ’05, who works for Goldman Sachs. They have one grandchild who will be Class of ’34.
Kyle was a member of the Corps of Cadets as a member of Air Force Squadron 3 and served on the 1st Group Staff. Kyle was a Ross Volunteer as well as serving in the Student Senate and participating in several other campus organizations. After earning his degree in Electrical Engineering, Kyle was commissioned in the Air Force and served our country for 5 years working on the Titan lll launch vehicle and Space Shuttle for military needs. After serving our country, Kyle went to work for Procter and Gamble working in several locations in various departments of the soap division including manufacturing, shipping and management of warehouse networks.
Kyle can also be described as a sports “junky”. He has officiated high school and college football and baseball for 40+ years. He has earned the respect of his peers and is a National Rules Interpreter for high school baseball. Kyle is an avid supporter of A&M athletics being only one of the 74 Aggie ticket holders with season tickets in every sport.
After working for Procter and Gamble for 38 years and being active in officiating and attending A&M sporting events, Kyle found the time to undertake another career in the Methodist Clergy currently serving as the minister at The Gause Methodist Church in Gause, Texas in Milam County. Kyle is also active in the Aggie Network by serving as one of the Class Agents for the Class of ’74.