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Houston Aggie Muster 2024

April 21 @ 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm
| Free

“In this ceremony we honor the memories of fellow A&M men and women whose death prevents their answering Roll Call at this annual Muster. The Roll is a symbolic Roll Call of all students and former students whom death has taken from our ranks, but whose memory lives on in our hearts. As each name is called, a comrade will answer: Here!”

Featured Speaker: Jerrod Johnson ’10, Houston Texans QB Coach & Former Texas A&M QB

Doors Open: 1:30 p.m.

Reception: 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Ceremony: 4:00-6:00 p.m.


Title Sponsor: Dr. & Mrs. Stuart Harlin ’83

Maroon Sponsors: Gregory Cokinos ’79, Brent Vannoy ‘88, & Barnett “Barney” & Sam Gershen ’69


This event is free, and all are welcome. While an RSVP is not required, please register below if you plan to attend, as it helps with our planning purposes.

If you would like to make a Muster Memorial Gift, please select the “Muster Memorial Gift” option. You are welcome to make a Memorial Gift regardless of whether you can attend.


Volunteers are needed the day of the ceremony from 12:30 p.m. – End of Ceremony. If you would like to volunteer at Muster, please email hamcaggiemuster@gmail.com.

Deadline to submit names: Wednesday, April 10th. To confirm that your loved one is on the list of those to be remembered, please email hamcaggiemuster@gmail.com.

HAMC will be collecting nonperishable food items at this year’s Muster ceremony to donate to the Houston Food Bank. If you would like to contribute, please drop off your items at the designated locations before the ceremony begins.



Thank you to our sponsors!

Title Sponsor

Dr. & Mrs. Stuart Harlin ’83

Maroon Sponsors

Gregory Cokinos ’79 – Cokinos | Young


Barnett “Barney” & Sam Gershen ’69 – Gershen Consulting


Brent Vannoy ‘88 – PrimeWay Federal Credit Union



About our Speaker:

Jerrod Johnson ’10, Houston Texans QB Coach & Former Texas A&M QB

Jerrod Johnson ‘10, is in his fourth season coaching in the NFL. He joined the Houston Texans as the quarterbacks coach in 2023.

The Humble, Texas, native played in 37 career games at Texas A&M (2006-10) and completed 650-of-1,109 passes for 8,011 yards and 67 touchdowns. Johnson was the program’s all-time leader in attempts, completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns until QB Kellen Mond broke each of those records from 2017-20.

Johnson, who was Second-Team All-Big 12 in 2009, was teammates with Rams OLB Von Miller and Titans QB Ryan Tannehill when at Texas A&M, where Tannehill was one of his top receiving targets before he transitioned to quarterback. During his redshirt 2006 season with the football team, Johnson also played on the basketball team for the 2006-07 season, appearing in three games.

Johnson’s NFL playing career, which started after going undrafted in the 2011 NFL Draft, included time with Dallas, Baltimore, Chicago, Seattle, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

Johnson arrived in Houston after one season with the Minnesota Vikings as the assistant quarterbacks coach, a team who finished the season with a 13-4 record and won the NFC North by four games. In 2022, he helped coach QB Kirk Cousins to the fourth-most passing yards (4,547), fourth-most completions (424) and fifth-most passing touchdowns (29) in the NFL. Cousins became the fifth player in NFL history to complete eight consecutive seasons with at least 25 passing touchdowns, while his five consecutive such seasons is the longest streak in franchise history. The Vikings’ passing attack helped WR Justin Jefferson earn NFL Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after he led the league in receptions (128) and receiving yards (1,809).

Prior to joining the Vikings, Johnson spent three seasons (2019-21) with the Indianapolis Colts. In 2019, he served in the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship and spent 2020-21 as an offensive quality control coach. From 2015-18, Johnson served on the coaching staff at St. Thomas High School in Houston, Texas, where he was the assistant head coach/offensive coordinator for his final two seasons. Johnson, who played in the East-West Shrine Bowl in 2011, coached in the same bowl in February 2022.

After attending Humble High School, Johnson was a three-star recruit as an athlete in the class of 2006. His older brother, Marquis, is the Vikings assistant strength and conditioning coach. Johnson is married to his wife, Braidee.