Born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas, Bill Moyers began his journalism career at age 16 as a cub reporter on the Marshall News Messenger.
Brenda Morris, M.D., currently associate professor of Pediatrics and director of the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Memorial Hermann Children’s Hospital in Houston (and associate professor of Pediatrics, University of Texas-Houston Medical School), will return to East Texas soon to head the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler.
Born with a rare disability for which no cure has been discovered, Andres Ramirez has osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bones), but he would be the last to suggest that he "suffers from it."
Tom Landry was the Dallas Cowboys coach for the first 29 years of the team’s existence, leading “America’s Team” to five Super Bowl appearances, two Super Bowl wins, and 20 consecutive winning seasons.
Austin artist Kathy Womack tells people to “live vicariously through my paintings.
John Q. Taylor King Sr.
Lieutenant General John Q. Taylor King Sr., Ph.D., chancellor and president emeritus of Huston-Tillotson University, holds a bachelor of arts degree from Fisk University, a bachelor of science from Huston-Tillotson College, a master of science from DePaul University, and a doctorate from The University of Texas at Austin.
Artist G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads.
Linda Stouffer, a news anchor for CNN “Headline News,” joined the network in 1997.
Amado Pena was born of Mexican and Indian descent. His art represents the essence of the Southwest.
Jack Terry’s paintings reflect a versatility found among few artists.