Vincent Woo III '80 | Monday Lunch

Join us Every Monday at Aggie Park for a time of Camaraderie

In "An Aggie Secret Service Agent - Era 2," we will explore Vince's 24 years of experiences, challenges, and triumphs during a pivotal era in his service with the US Secret Service. Discover the unique blend of Aggie pride and Secret Service duty that shaped Vince's path, offering insights into a world of duty, honor, and commitment. Be prepared for an inspiring narrative that showcases the intersection of Texas A&M values and the responsibilities of safeguarding the nation.


Vincent is a native of San Antonio and graduated from Burbank High School. He received a Naval ROTC scholarship to attend A&M and was a member of the Corps of Cadets. He earned his degree in Engineering Technology in 1980 and was commissioned as an Ensign in the United States Navy. He served five years on active duty and four years in the Naval Reserve.


He continued government service as a special agent with the Defense Investigative Service and as an Inspector with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. In 1989, he began his career as a special agent with the United States Secret Service. His assignments included the Houston Field Office, Former President George H. W. Bush in Houston, The Presidential Protective Division serving sitting Presidents William Clinton and George W. Bush. He then became an instructor at the Secret Service Training Facility before his last assignment as a supervisor with the Washington DC Field Office. Vince retired in January 2014 after serving 24 years and returned to the San Antonio area.


Vincent is married to Susan, also from the Class of '80. They have four sons: Michael, Jacob, Nicholas, and Alexander.

March 4, 2024


Doors Open at 11:00 AM

Lunch Served at 11:30 AM
Program Begins at 12:00 PM


Aggie Park

6205 West Ave.

San Antonio Texas 78213


Members $10
Non-members $15





Meatloaf + Mashed Potatoes + Salad Bar


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