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Darryl Heath

Occupation: President, Heath Family Holdings
Colleyville, Texas
Spouse: Bettye

Darryl Heath is an Aggie graduate in Industrial Engineering, Class of 1984, and in 2015, took early retirement from a 30-plus year career at Accenture, where he was the Office Managing Director in Dallas/Fort Worth. Darryl spent much of his career at Accenture in leadership roles involving some of its largest global clients, including PepsiCo, DuPont, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Cargill, and others. Darryl is now President of Heath Family Holdings, an investment and advisory company.

At Texas A&M, Darryl is an active member of the 12th Man Foundation and is the current Chairman of the Fort Worth Champion's Council, along with being a 12th Man Ambassador. In addition, Darryl is a member of the Texas A&M Look College of Engineering Advisory Board, the Association of Former Students Leadership Council, and sponsors and volunteers for various programs within the Memorial Student Center. Additionally, Darryl is a board member of The College for All Texans Foundation. While in school, Darryl was Chairman of MSC Town Hall, a Fish Camp Chairman, and a Buck Weirus Award winner.

Darryl and Bettye, his wife of 30 years, have four sons: Ryne, 28; Jake, 25; Ben, 24; and Cole, 19. Ryne is an Aggie graduate in Industrial Distribution, Class of 2011, and lives in Irving. Jake is an Aggie Mays Business School graduate in Management, Class of 2013, and works for Frito Lay Corp in Fort Worth. Ben attends the University of North Texas and works in Dallas. Cole is a freshman in the Texas A&M College of Engineering.

"Coming to Texas A&M definitely changed my life.

To those who support student-athletes by giving, I want to say thanks and gig 'em.

Without them, many young people who aren't financially stable or can't provide an education for themselves have a great opportunity. It makes A&M a better place."

Damontre Moore
Texas A&M Football Letterman, NFL Defensive End