Michael Wright ’76 is pursuing his dream of volunteer service in the Peace Corps, with invitation to Guyana providing Primary Literacy Promotion (supporting young students grades 1-4 in English attainment).
Traci Hansen, Chief of Finance and Operations at TMI said, “Jessica was an absolute pleasure to work with. Her work ethic, problem solving skills, and ability to pick up things quickly were extremely helpful to the business office. She assisted in preparing documents for the upcoming annual external audit. She is going to do great things! I look forward to watching her journey! Best of luck Jessica!!”
Chloe said about her experience, “while working with Summer At TMI as the Director of the Creativity Lab camps, I was gifted the opportunity to nurture young artists and their ideas. In exchange, I grew as an artist and gained fresh perspective into my practice. Additionally, I became part of the TMI community in a new and exciting way. Working on campus after graduating over two years ago reminded me of my memories that once filled the halls, and it was wonderful to see the new memories of camp being made.”
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Alumni Sporting Clay Shoot and Hot Sauce Competition
Join us for fun and fellowship at the 22nd annual TMI Alumni Association Modified Sporting Clay Shoot and Hot Sauce Competition. The event is open to alumni, families, and friends of TMI.
Friday, September 8, 2023
San Antonio Gun Club, 928 E. Contour Drive, 78212
Schedule of Events
Check-in Opens 11:30 am
Modified Clay Shoot 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Hot Sauce Competition 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Dinner 2:00 pm
Awards Program 4:00 pm
Click below to register an individual shooter or team, enter your finest hot sauce for the people’s choice award, or support the event by becoming a sponsor.
If your are interested in learning more or getting involved with the event, send an email to email@example.com. Proceeds support the TMI Alumni Association Scholarship.
Traditions and family run deep at TMI. As part of our TMI family, alumni are very important to us. We hope you will participate in the tradition of celebrating alumni and reunion groups during this special time of year. This will be an exciting time to reminisce on past memories, reconnect with old friends, and make new ones too!
TMI is hosting its annual Homecoming and Reunion Celebration on Friday, October 6. Additionally, there are classes who are planning other reunion events. Below is the information we currently have.
Class of 1973
The class of 1973 is celebrating their 50th reunion the weekend of October 6-8. This reunion is open to anyone from the classes of 1970-1976. For more information, please visit the event’s website at https://tmi73.com/ or email TMI73Reunion@CaseRanch.com.
Classes of 1990’s
The classes from the ’90’s are hosting a gathering for all alumni the weekend of October 6-8. For more information, please visit the event’s website at https://www.eventcreate.com/e/tmifamily or mail Aubree-Anna Stinson ’95 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there are other classes planning a reunion for 2023, let us know so we can help spread the word. Email the information to email@example.com or call Heather Finerghty, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, at (210) 564-6244.
Established in 2015, the TMI Hall of Fame is an honorary society recognizing the exceptional contributions of outstanding alumni, with Distinguished Servant Leader awards for former faculty, staff and friends of the school. Inductees are recognized for exemplifying one or more of the TMI Core Values: Wisdom, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Reverence.
Nominees must have:
- Graduated from or left TMI at least five years prior to nomination.
- Demonstrated excellence in award-related skills and accomplishments, including recognition by athletic conference and/or other external bodies.
- Demonstrated sportsmanship (Athletics), integrity, courage and character.
- Demonstrated achievement as a member of the TMI community and after.
- Teachers, administrators and coaches must be no longer active at TMI.
- Former students who did not graduate from TMI are eligible.
- Friends of the school whose contributions have had a major impact on programs at TMI may be considered
If you know someone who fits this criteria and you would like to nominate them, please click the button below. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heather Finerghty, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, at (210) 564-6244. Nominations close August 31, 2023.
TMI Announces 2023-2024 Alumni Leadership
TMI is proud to announce the members of the 2023-2024 TMI Alumni Association Leadership Council, who will serve as the governing body of the TMI Alumni Association. The purpose of the Association is to strengthen the bonds among alumni of all generations; to foster pride, open communication, and life-long relations between TMI and its alumni; to provide opportunities for social and professional networking; and to keep alumni connected with the life of the school. The Association serves the school’s need for leadership, volunteer commitment, financial support, and a voice to secure the school’s legacy and traditions. Thank you to all alumni volunteering to serve.
If you are interested in serving as the Annual Giving Committee Chair, please notify Heather Finerghty, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, at email@example.com.
Dr. Philp Muegge ’60 passed away on June 16, 2023
From his obituary: “Phil was born May 7, 1942 to Frank and Lucy Muegge of San Antonio Texas. He was baptized in the Alamo Heights Christian Church in his teens. He attended Mount Sacred Heart School,1-8th grades, and high school at Texas Military Institute. He then spent a year at The Citadel in Charleston South Carolina.
He returned to San Antonio and graduated from Trinity University with a degree in Political Science in 1966. Trinity ROTC led to an Army Second Lieutenant commission and a year tour in Viet Nam, returning to Ft. Carson, Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1968.
He earned a Master’s Degree from George Washington University in psychology and worked as a counselor for several years. Phil moved from Washington DC to California, was accepted to, and eventually earned a PhD in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1992.He provided services to various venues in California and served as the Director of Mental Health for the Pit River lndian Reservation in northern California, focusing on drug and alcohol programs. Phil returned to San Antonio in 2001 and lived there until his unexpected death on June 16, 2023. He has stated that he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior while in Viet Nam. He had wide interests including, archeology and cultural anthropology. Phil never married, had no children, and is survived by his younger brother, Frank Allan Muegge of Boerne Texas, and Frank’s children and grandchildren.”
Carlton “Carl” Creasy’ 76 passed away on July 4, 2023
From his obituary: “We lost a gentle soul on July 4. Carl Creasy passed away after a days long battle with cancer. Carl would have completed 66 trips around the sun on July 25th. He was born in Corpus Christi, Texas on July 25, 1957 to Carolyn Jayne Gibson and Carlton Ray Virden and raised by his Father, Rev. Robert E. Creasy.
Carl was a “best” friend to almost everyone he met. Whether it was helping someone with their car problems or fishing and hunting with his TMI buddies, Carl could make you feel important and he had a genuine interest in you. He was a storyteller by nature and had a unique ability to capture your attention with his craft.
From shooting a deer off the wing of a running airplane to growing up on an Indian reservation, Carl could leave you both amazed and scratching your head. Carl was an avid hunter. He could handle a shotgun better than most men and loved a competitive game of bushwacker. In his free time. He like to be on the lake fishing for bass. He taught all of his children how to fish, and enjoyed every opportunity to take his family out on the boat.
Carl was a long term and valuable employee and friend of Belden’s Automotive. From the owner to the guys and girls behind the scenes, everyone loved him. Several of his colleagues (brothers as they said), were by his side in the end and went beyond what is required to help him get his affairs in order. He was preceded in death by his father, Rev. Robert E Creasy; biological father, Carlton Ray Virden; daughter, Tiffany Jayne Johnson; and grandson, Kaleb William Troulliet. Carlton is survived by daughters, Kirsten Elizabeth Boivin and husband Richard, Amy Nichole Ramage, and Anne Marie Creasy; son, Carlton Ray Creasy III and wife Heather; mother, Jayne Creasy; sister, Beki Creasy Treadway and husband Mark; grandchildren, Marissa, Andrew, Sadie, Brody, Destiny, Tristan, Veronica, Rayf, Carlton IV, and Kloeigh; and great grandchildren, Braelynn, Penelope, Finley, Marlo, and Nikolia.”
TMI celebrates the lives of members of our alumni family. Here in TMI Today, we pay homage to fellow Panthers who we have received notice that have recently passed away. If you wish to submit information on an alumna or alumnus who has passed away, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all information will be verified before your notice is published.
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