C.C. "Polly" Krueger Award Banquet

The San Antonio A&M Club proudly announces three
new recipients for the C.C. "Polly" Krueger Award:

John M. Yantis '53
Bill Shannon '54
Kevin Monk '78
Please join us for the C.C. "Polly" Krueger Award Banquet
Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019
Time: 6:00pm (cocktail hour) 7:00pm Dinner followed by program
Location: Aggie Park, 6205 West Ave San Antonio, TX 78213
Purchase Deadline: Friday March 1, 2019. Tickets are limited. 
Business Attire 
What is the C.C. "Polly" Krueger Award?

The measure of a university's distinction and influence depends greatly upon the achievements of its alumni and the position they earn for themselves in their respective communities and fields of endeavor. To recognize these outstanding leaders in our area, the San Antonio A&M Club has established the C.C. "Polly" Krueger Award.
The purpose of this award is to recognize and honor San Antonio A&M Club members who have made significant contributions to our community and whose accomplishments and careers have brought credit to Texas A&M University. In addition to honoring these members, the award spotlights their achievements and thereby increases public awareness of the many distinguished local A&M men and women.
In establishing this award, it shall be recognized that these awards are given for excellence of service in the community, the San Antonio A&M Club, and Texas A&M University, and that no compromise diminishing the significance of the awards will be made. 

Who is C.C. "Polly" Krueger?
Carl C. "Polly" Krueger '12 was the founding President of the San Antonio A&M Club. Krueger served on the Board of Directors of the A&M College of Texas System, and was the fourth President of the Association of Former Students. He was very active in civic affairs, serving the Chamber of Commerce and the Manufacturers Association as an officer and director. Krueger is also a Distinguished Alumni.
Krueger received a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering in 1912. He was President of San Antonio Machine and Supply Co. from 1923 until his retirement in 1961. The company developed annual sales of $1 million to $18 million under his 38 years of leadership. 
"For many years, I have wanted to do something of lasting benefit for A&M, its students and staff. As a 1912 graduate, I am grateful for all the college did for me in preparing me for what I hope has been and will continue to be a useful life."