Otway Denny retired as partner at the Houston office of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, a global legal practice that provides business law services. He and his wife, Bonnie, endowed scholarships supporting the Corps as well as a scholarship in the College of Liberal Arts designated for students who study abroad, complete an internship or participate in a faculty-directed research project.
They also supported the MSC renovation and expansion project, Aggie athletics, The Association of Former Students and MSC OPAS. Denny serves on the Liberal Arts Development Council and was the 2012 chairman of The Association of Former Students’ Board of Directors. He was inducted into the Corps Hall of Honor in 2012, was a Fish Camp namesake in 2008 and has been recognized by Texas A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus.
Kathleen Gibson is President & CEO of Southwestern Medical Foundation since 2012. She spent a number of years in financial services at Citi, as President of Central US Commercial; also, at Bank of America in various roles including Head of Asset Management Risk, President of Southwest Private Banking, Head of Southwest Corporate Banking, and President of Bank of America Dallas. Ms. Gibson has been involved at Texas A&M, serving as past Chair of The Association of Former Students, as a member of Advisory Boards for The Bush School of Government and Public Service and the Center for International Business Studies. She has been recognized by Texas A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus, and with the Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry Award and Women’s Legacy Award; as Fish Camp Namesake and 2018 Muster Speaker. To-date, Kathleen and her husband, Robert, have endowed several Century Club gifts and established the Jarvis E. Miller ’50 Excellence Fund for International Studies. They have two lovely daughters, Catherine and Sarah ‘15.
Jorge Bermúdez retired as the chief risk officer for Citigroup, Inc. after a 34-year career with the company. Following his retirement, he founded Byebrook Group, a small firm dedicated to research and advisory work in the financial services industry. He serves on the board of Moody's Corporation and has served on the boards of the Federal Reserve Bank 11th District and ERCOT.
Bermúdez established the Bermúdez Family Endowed Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships to the dependent child or spouse of a veteran who served in or was killed or disabled in a conflict. He also has established scholarships at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Mays Business School in support of undergraduate business honors students. Bermúdez is a former chairman of the board of The Association of Former Students. He has been recognized by Texas A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus. He is married to Andrea and has five children.
Randy Cain retired as vice chair and southwest region managing partner at Ernst & Young in Dallas, where he managed 12 offices in nine states. He and his wife Jyl are benefactors to Texas A&M, with gifts to Mays Business School to support the accounting program. Cain was also honored with the Mays Distinguished Alumnus Award and has been recognized by Texas A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus. He is a past chairman of the 12th Man Foundation, a member of the Dean’s Development Council at Mays Business School and a former member of the Chancellor’s Century Council.
Billy Lemmons is a founder and managing partner of EnCap Flatrock Midstream in San Antonio. He and his wife Angie are longtime benefactors to Texas A&M, as they have established a faculty enrichment endowment in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, two endowed scholarships for students in the business school, and two endowed scholarships in the Bush School. They have also supported student-athletes with a 12th Man Foundation 1922 fund endowment. The couple is part of the Lead by Example national campaign council and previously served on the MBA Program Advisory Board in Mays Business School. Lemmons also serves on the Board of Trustees of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation.
Bill Toler retired as Global Vice President for Procter & Gamble’s Professional Oral Care business, after 29 years with the Company. Following his retirement, he was the CEO of Swift Communications, a publisher of mountain resort, community and agricultural newspapers, magazines and digital content. Bill now advises and serves on boards of tech start-up companies. Toler also currently serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board for Mays Business School. He previously served on The Association of Former Students Board of Directors and Texas A&M’s Vision 2020 Advisory Board. Bill and his wife, Melanie ’76, endowed scholarships in the College of Education & Human Development to support aspiring STEM teachers, and created a bequest through the Foundation to fund a President's Endowed Scholarship.
Louis "Lou" Paletta is a founding partner and the chief operating officer of Kildare Partners, a private equity organization that targets opportunistic, control investments in commercial real estate-related opportunities. He and his wife Wanda are longtime supporters of Texas A&M. The couple has established multiple scholarships at the Mays Business School in support of students including the business honors and study abroad programs. He has previously served on the 12th Man Foundation Board of Trustees. In 2016, Paletta was recognized with an Outstanding Alumni Award from Mays Business School.