IN HONOR OF THOSE
WHO HAVE SACRIFICED
Texas A&M University Sul Ross Scholarship in honor ofMAJ.
MAJ. Nathan Anderson
United States Marine Corps Major Nathan W.
Anderson, Texas A&M graduate class of ’02, died February 22, 2012, when two military helicopters collided during a nighttime training exercise at the Yuma Training Range Complex near the Arizona-California border. Nathan, 32, was commissioned in the United States Marine Corps Dec. 20, 2002, and served as a UH-1Y Huey pilot.
Nathan graduated from Amarillo High School in 1998 and from Texas A&M University in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in Animal Science. While at A&M, he was a member of Company H-1 with the Corps of Cadets.
Nathan was remembered by his hometown as a quiet patriot whose work ethic made him a good fit for the military. His friends and family will remember him as being a humble leader who was respected by all.
MAJ. Nathan Anderson is survived by his wife Amanda '01 and their two sons.
Texas A&M University Sul Ross Scholarship in honor of
1st LT. Jeremy Ray
United States Army 1st Lieutenant Jeremy Ray, Texas A&M graduate, class of '06, died Dec. 20, 2007, in Kanaan when a man wearing an explosives vest self detonated. The U.S. soldiers were conducting a security check at a city council meeting. Jeremy, 26, was commissioned in the United States Army in 2006 and served with the 1st Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, at Fort Hood.
Jeremy graduated from Jersey Village High School
in May 2000 and earned a bachelor’s degree in geology from Texas A&M University in May 2006. While at A&M, he was a member of company H-1 with the Corps of Cadets.
Jeremy will be remembered as an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed playing the guitar and loved motorcycles. Friends and family remember an Eagle Scout who
spent his life in service to his community and country.