PERC Board Member Randolph House Receives Distinguished Alumnus Award

Sep 03, 2020
Summary: Lt. General Randolph House (Retired) has been bestowed with the Distinguished Alumnus Award, the highest honor jointly given by the Association of Former Students and Texas A&M University. The award is given to Aggies who have achieved excellence in their chosen profession and made meaningful contributions to Texas A&M University and their local communities.
General House graduated from Texas A&M University in 1968 as a Distinguished Military Graduate, then went on to graduate from Clemson University with his Master’s degree. Over his 32 years of service in the Army, he was responsible for command at every level from infantry platoon in the 82nd Airborne Division to Deputy Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Command.
After a highly decorated military career, General House retired with his wife Jeanie in 2000 to College Station, and he operates the family ranch nearby. General House continues his life of service by devoting his time as a member of PERC’s Board of Directors, where he has served since 2005, as President of the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial, and as a mentor to the Student Conference on National Affairs student organization at Texas A&M University.

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