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Our Donors


Thank you to our donors who gave, or pledged, over $1.5 million this year. 

Your support elevates our students and programs to ever-greater heights.


 

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  • 1,000,000+

    Anonymous  (Endowed Scholarship in honor of Mary Rose Brown)

     

    50,000+

    Mrs. Catherine E. Supple (Research Endowment)

     

    25,000+

    Mike and Dianne Bowman

    Sharon and Joe Lockett (Camerata Endowed Scholarship) 

    Mr. James M. Sablic (Endowed Scholarship)

    Vera Fischer (Endowed Scholarship)

     

    10,000+

    Dr. Steven A. Beebe and Mrs. Sue Beebe

    Mrs. Deborah A. Hiott and Mr. Jason Merlo

    Mr. and Mrs. James A. Keller

    Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

    The RockJensen Foundation

    Texas Hill Country Opera & Arts

    Ms. Cynthia L. Barratt and Mr. Nat G. Adkins, Jr.

    Carla and Patrick Graham with Merrill Lynch match

    Dr. and Mrs. Perry D. Moore

    Mrs. Patricia Muehl with Exxon match 

    Mr. Patrick W. Price 

    Lt. Col. George C. Carruthers and Dr. Marilyn T. Gaddis

     

    5,000+

    Mrs. Irene L. Abernathy

    Ms. Mary Rose Brown

    Col. Ed Komandosky and Mrs. Komandosky

    Schwab Charitable Fund

    Time Warner Cable Shared Service Center

    The Lee 1996 Trust

    American Advertising Federation, Inc.

    Texas Hill Country Opera & Arts

    Dr. John P. Fleming and Dr. Julie T. Jalil

    Dan Quinn

    Texas Association of Music Schools

     

    2,500+

    Ms. Linda Duffield

    Hahn Public Communications

    Texas Auto Writers Association, Inc.

    Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young

    Kearran Giovanni Inc.

    Texas Association of Music Schools

    Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gaultney

    Ms. Shannon M. FitzPatrick and Mr. Ronnie D. Bowden

    The Presser Foundation

     

    1,000+

    Mr. Miles Abernathy

    Eugene and Lynne Bourgeois

    Mrs. Rachel K. Boynton

    Ms. Francesca L. Brockett and Mr. Jim Pedicano

    Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy G. Cobb

    Mr. Michael R. Davis

    Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Estaville, Jr.

    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Estrada

    Mr. and Mrs. Barry N. Fealy

    Dr. Cathy A. Fleuriet and Dr. Lee Williams

    Mr. Shane M. Fraser

    Mrs. Rosaura C. Gonzales and CMSgt. Tomas Gonzales

    Mr. and Mrs. Chris R. Hinger

    Ms. Carrie A. Hurt

    Dr. E. Carmen Imel

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Kickirillo

    Ms. Nora A. Linares-Moeller and Mr. Michael L. Moeller

    Dr. and Mrs. Savario J. Mungo

    Dr. Charles Ney and Mrs. Michelle Ney

    Mr. Thomas Nyman

    Mrs. Lucille A. Patterson

    Mrs. Eleanor P. Pulver

    Ms. Ann Stevens

    Mr. Nicholas H. Wilcockson

    Mr. and Mrs. Lowry L. Wilson

    Texas State Alumni Association - Del Rio

    Ms. Eleanor B. Crook

    Dr. Bruce L. Smith

    Dave and Margaret Nardecchia

    Mr. and Mrs. Kaare J. Remme

    Barbara and Darrell Piersol

    Ingram Family Foundation

    Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Petroff

    Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Baldwin

    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Copeland

    Ms. Katy Meaker Menges and Mr. John Kenneth Menges, Jr.

    Mr. and Mrs. Derrel D. Renfrow

    The Rose Petroff Foundation

    Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Salem

    Ms. Debbie R. Alley

    Dr. Cynthia I. Gonzales and Mr. Bill Gujardo

    Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Brown

    Mrs. Peggy Brunner

    Col. Ben I. Gomez

    Dr. and Mrs. James P. Kushner

    Dr. Jim Studer and Dr. Roseann M. Mandziuk

    Mr. and Mrs. Chelcie Ross

    Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Salem

    Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Brown

     

    500+

    Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Bowers IV

    Ted and Frances Breihan

    Dann and Lisa Brown

    Mr. Jim T. Brown

    Ms. Linda Byers

    Mrs. Jacqueline R. Cable

    Kristi and John Caldwell

    Mr. and Mrs. Brian Campion

    Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Cernosek

    Mr. and Mrs. Bob R. Covey

    Mr. and Mrs. Matt Crandell

    Bill and Brenda Damron

    Ms. Elette K. Estrada

    Bill and Janet Fly

    Dr. Gilbert E. Fulmer

    Ms. Jody A. Gibson

    Mrs. Johanna Haley

    Dr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Hindson

    Ms. Lesley E. Holloway Kearney and Mr. Jacob E. Kearney

    Vickye and Mark Lambdin

    Eugene and Clarice Lee

    Mr. and Mrs. Marty C. Lenard

    Ms. Kaylene Ray

    Ms. Gayle M. Jasinski and Mr. J. A. Rogers

    Mr. and Mrs. Chelcie Ross

    Shad and Jennifer Scharlach

    Dr. Joanne H. Smith and Mr. James E. Smith

    Dr. Melinda M. Villagran and Mr. Paul D. Villagran

    Lisa and Jim Bob Spencer, Jr. 

    Janice and  John Wade

    Dr. Patrice H. Werner and Mr. Gary T. Werner

    Mrs. Phyllis Whitaker

    Mr. and Mrs. James E. Whited III

    Ms. Lisha G. WilkinsonBarker and Mr. Colin  Wilkinson

    Tres Hermanas Restaurant

    Public Relations Student Society of America

    The Heart of Texas Suzuki Organization

    Planto Roe Financial Services, Inc.

    Clover Fritz LLC

    Drs. Dennis L. and Denise T. Smart

    Dallas Summer Musicals

    Clear Commercial Real Estate, LLC

    Knickerbocker, Heredia, Jasso & Salinas, PC

    Dr. Ruth B. Welborn

    Texas Hill Country Opera & Arts

     


Ed and Susan Komandosky

Ed and Susan Komandosky

College Donors

 

Ed and Susan Komandosky have had the opportunity to watch Texas State develop from the relatively small college it was in the 1960s when they graduated into the large university it is today. Susan spent 32 years putting her journalism education training to use teaching high school journalism. Ed used his journalism training throughout his career, first in the newspaper business and later as Public Information Officer for the Texas National Guard. 

“We were both the first in our families to attend college and because of that experience we understand what a difference a good education can make in the life of a person. The undergraduate degrees we earned at Texas State University set us on the path for our future careers. We believe that it is important to pay it forward and help other young people afford a college education.” 


Ed and Susan Komandosky

Señor Cicero A. Rust

College Donor

 

Señor Cicero A. Rust III, a resident of Blanco, earned his Bachelor of Science in Spanish in 1972, followed by his Master of Arts in Spanish in 1973. The endowment for mariachi scholarships was created in honor of former members of the Rio Pedernales Chapter of La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica at LBJ High School in Johnson City, Texas, the English Club members at Floresville High School in Floresville, Texas, and his former fifth grade Sunday school students at the First Baptist Church in Blanco, Texas.

“Texas State University equipped me to relish a perfectly blessed teaching career instructing Spanish and English. I also fondly remember the night mariachis serenaded Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson in 1960 at a political rally at Blanco State Park; my love of mariachi music was solidified that evening. My heart is blessed by the preservation of the Mariachi tradition at Texas State.”


Daymon and Pat Muehl

Daymon and Pat Muehl

College Donors

 

My husband’s life started at a small family Texas farm where German was the only language spoken. His economics degree from Texas State allowed him to progress to being the advertising director with one of the world’s largest corporations (now Exxon Mobil).  A small inheritance allowed Daymon to attend Texas State Teachers College, and he wanted to give others the same opportunity to reach their dreams.  

“Daymon made sure he donated every year starting with his first paycheck. The trait that attracted me to him is that he always wanted to help others, not only financially but in many other ways. He made it possible for me to carry out his wishes after he passed away in 2013. I have enjoyed so many arts events at Texas State, and I am grateful to be able to support fine arts students at his alma mater.”

- Pat Muehl