On the court or off, Tut Bartzen set high standards for his TCU tennis teams.
The emeritus trustee and co-founder of an oilfield services giant had an inventive mind churning with ideas.
In one bold move, Ned Boehm Jr. helped build TCU’s prestige of today.
Pat Sullivan was best known at TCU for taking the football team to its first Southwest Conference title in 35 years in 1994 and for recruiting legend LaDainian Tomlinson ’00.
In his eight-decade career, Jenkins wrote 24 books and hundreds of articles for Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest.
Her role on the board combined her passions for athletics and education.
Sullivan had a passion for art history and always looked for new sources of knowledge.
The Medical City Dallas founder was a man of vision and analytical skills, both as a successful developer and a university board member.
The Rev. Claude Walker ’77 DMin, an honorary trustee of Brite Divinity School, built his life around faith and education.