Homecoming: Honorees Dinner
$100 per couple
2016 Homecoming Honorees
-in loving memory (1952-2016)
PHIL NEIGHBORS, CLASS OF 1974
Neighbors was president of the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce. He was a devoted friend to ASU and ASU students.
DARIN CARROLL, CLASS OF 1994 & 1998
Carroll is director of the Environmental Safety and Health Compliance Office within the Office of Safety Security and Asset Management at the CDC.
DISTINGUISHED CARR SCHOLAR ALUMNUS
MOHAMMAD SHAMIM, CLASS OF 1991
Shamim’s journey to senior vice president and chief information officer at CarMax Inc. began with a Carr Scholarship to ASU.
DISTINGUISHED ROTC ALUMNA
MAJ. LORI R. HODGE, CLASS OF 2002
A proud ASU alum, San Angeloan and Texan, Maj. Hodge is deputy director of public affairs, Pacific Air Command, U.S. Air Force.
DISTINGUISHED FACULTY ACHIEVEMENT
DR. JAMES WARD
Ward is assistant professor, Department of Physics and Geosciences. He describes teaching his first class at ASU as a pivotal change in his career.
MARTHA PEREZ COX
As bursar at Angelo State, Martha Cox calls the university her “home away from home.” After 27 years at ASU, she “bleeds blue and gold.”
OUTSTANDING RETIRED FACULTY MEMBER
DR. DAVID LOYD JR.
Loyd is a Distinguished Professor of Physics Emeritus and a retired dean of the College of Sciences and professor of physics.
BETTY JOE “B.J.” MAYER
One cannot think of the ASU Friends of the Library or the West Texas Collection without associating B.J. Mayer. She is truly a hands-on volunteer with a big heart for students.
GOLDEN EX OF THE YEAR
RICHARD G. MAYER
Mayer attended SAC and continues the philanthropic legacy his grandfather, Sol Mayer, began through numerous scholarships and gifts to Angelo State.