Oldham Goodwin Founders Honored As Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry Inductees
May 6, 2013 by OLDHAM GOODWIN
Bryan, Texas—Oldham Goodwin is pleased to announce that their founders, Casey Oldham & Hunter Goodwin were inducted into the Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry of Former Students in Agricultural Economics, on April 30, 2013 along with four other inductees.
The inductee’s for 2013 were Robert M. (Matt) Bobbitt ’99, William Edward (Bill) Corrigan ’01, Robert H. “Hunter” Goodwin ’96, J. Michael “Mike” Martin ’87, Casey M. Oldham ’02 and Gerald A. Sullivan ’67. The complete list of inductees includes 51 distinguished alumni from over 10,000 total graduates of the Agricultural Economics department.
“The Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry of Former Students in Agricultural Economics has been established to recognize and honor those graduates who have distinguished themselves in a meritorious way by reaching a significant level of accomplishment in their chosen field. The inductees into the Honor Registry represent the highest standards of integrity and character as recognized by their peers and will reflect positively on the Department of Agricultural Economics and Texas A&M University.” – Tyrus Timm Registry Web Site.
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