Aggie Animal Lovers Donate Lead Gift For Texas A&M’s New Small Animal Teaching, Research Hospital

Linda and Dennis Clark were driving through Scottsdale, Arizona, when an idea the couple had been considering for about a decade came up in the form of a question.  “So, how do you feel about giving away $20 million?” Dennis asked his wife.  “Linda and I had been considering this gift for some time and […]

Texas A&M Graduates Support Future Aggie Veterinarians, Entrepreneurs

Pam ‘75 and Larry ‘73 Little have funded some of the largest scholarships in the history of both the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS) and Mays Business School with a $4 million donation made through the Texas A&M Foundation (TAMF).  The scholarships will support both future Aggie veterinarians and future […]

Texas A&M Faculty Member, Former Student Team Up In Fight Against Cancer

Susan Fontaine’s life-long love affair with dogs grew by leaps and bounds when she and her husband, George Corolla, started competing and showing their dogs in the early 1990s. Since then, the couple competed with six different dogs, all with names that started with an “M.” Yet, as is the case with all pets, the […]

Next-Generation Care: $20M Gift To Support Construction Of New Small Animal Teaching And Research Hospital

Inspired by their love of animals and passion for Aggieland, Linda and Dennis Clark ’68 ’71 have pledged a $20 million lead gift through the Texas A&M Foundation to support construction of a new Next-Generation Small Animal Teaching & Research Hospital at Texas A&M University. The cutting-edge facility will replace the current Small Animal Teaching […]

VMBS Donors Establish Student Community Outreach Surgical Program

Among the reasons Dr. Bill and Joyce Roach so dearly value education is because of the profound impact education has had on their lives. “Graduating from veterinary school was a life-changing thing for me and my family,” said Bill, veterinary class of ’57. “Because of the education that I got here at Texas A&M, I […]

Texas A&M SATH Clients Help Ensure Top-Notch Patient Care For Generations To Come

Bickie and Bill Coffey don’t just want the best for their own pets; they want the best for everyone’s pets. That love of animals and the human-animal bond are why some clients at the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (VMBS) Small Animal Teaching Hospital (SATH) have found their bills mysteriously paid. […]

Aggie Veterinarian Supports Texas A&M’s Equine Genomics Research Fund

Dr. Walter “Frank” Norvell ’54 shares how he became a veterinarian, marksman, pilot and supporter of Texas A&M’s Equine Genomics Research Fund. Dr. Walter “Frank” Norvell ’54 can’t talk to animals like Dr. Dolittle, but he certainly has a way with horses. He has become a go-to veterinarian for top breeders and stables over the […]

Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Fund Honors Veteran Dimitri del Castillo

Dimitri del Castillo had a zest for life, a commitment to excellence, a passion for service, and a genius for leading others. That charismatic combination helped the Houston native graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point and become an Army Ranger. Those traits were also critical in ensuring that all the men […]

Texas A&M Alumna Creates VMTH Fund To Support K-9 Heroes

Almost everybody has a cancer story—a story about how the disease has affected their life or the life of somebody they love. For Stacy LeBlanc, cancer played a part in one of the earliest losses of her life; she was just 12 years old when her 47-year-old mother died of cancer. But this isn’t a […]

Texas A&M VMTH, Gary Sinise Foundation Help Veteran’s Dog Beat Cancer

“Lilly is more than just our dog. She’s more than just our family member. She’s changed my child’s life and made it so much better,” said Laura Deming, a physician’s assistant and Navy veteran from Houston. Lilly, a 10-year-old black lab, joined the Deming family in 2011 as a trained assistance dog for Deming’s son, […]


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