A Tribute to Randy French
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History proudly presents: Field of Dreams: A Tribute to Randy French at the Miramont Country Club on Friday, January 14, 2022. The evening will begin with cocktails at 6 pm followed by dinner at 7 pm. It is a wonderful opportunity to thank Randy for all of the outstanding support he has given our community over the years. It will be an evening filled with great food, humorous and entertaining stories, music, and fun.
Reserved tables are currently sold out; individual tickets are $200 and are almost sold out. Guests may also call the Museum and request to be placed on a waiting list. Cancellations do occur and seats will become available through January 13th. Can't attend, but want to honor Randy? Contributions to the Museum in his honor will be recognized at the event.
Tickets are also on sale for a stunning South Sea Baroque Pearl Strand with 18k white gold and diamond clasp and David Yurman Diamond and Pearl Cluster Earrings valued at $4800 and donated by David Gardner's Jewelers.
The drawing will take place at the Tribute on January 14. Attendance is not required to win. Raffle tickets are $50 each or 5 for $200.
Online purchases are available through January 13th at 5 pm. Raffle tickets may be purchased online, at the event or at the museum.
Randy French is the Founder of Stylecraft, a family-owned business that values passion, hard-work, and service, and was named one of Texas Monthly's Best Companies to work for in Texas.
He founded the company in 1982 because of his passion for real estate and a desire to help people. He loves helping people realize the dream of owning a brand-new quality home at a great value. Randy is a graduate of Sam Houston State University with a degree in Business.
Randy's involvement in the Brazos Valley community is extensive, including serving on numerous boards such as Scotty's House, Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce, Bryan/College Station Home Builders Association, as well as church organizations, and other community projects. He and his wife Cheryl have six children. Randy loves spending time with his grandchildren, riding his bike, and traveling.
Randy brings energy, commitment and passion to all he docs, and has truly built a field of dreams. The Museum is proud to honor Randy for all he does for our community.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History proudly announces the following award winners: Audience Media Group, Outstanding Community Partner; Jason Hancock, Outstanding Volunteer, Dr. Carolyn Schroeder, Outstanding Board Member; and a special award to Randy French our Tribute Honoree of 2022. Awards will be presented at the Field of Dreams: A Tribute to Randy French at the Miramont Country Club on Friday, January 14, 2022.
Audience Media Group is located in Downtown Bryan and has helped the Museum in so many ways. They are a different kind of marketing agency that creates strategic partnerships built on trust and mutual respect. They operate as strategists, technologists, creatives, and developers. The Museum has an outstanding and beautifully designed website developed and maintained by Audience Media and is very happy to present them with the well-deserved 2022 Outstanding Community Partner Award.
Dr. Carolyn Schroeder has been involved with the Museum for over 30 years. A recently retired Texas A&M University Senior Research Associate, and Project Director of the A&M Regional Collaborative for Science in the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, Carolyn has been important in guiding education programs and teacher workshops at the Museum. She has served in a variety of ways on the Museum's board and recently finished a term as treasurer. The Museum is proud to present Dr. Schroeder with this long overdue award of 2022 Outstanding Board Trustee.
Jason Hancock has been involved with the Museum for over 10 years. He specializes in exhibit architecture, implementation, and public viewing for the National Archives & Records Administration at the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum. An extremely talented woodworker, exhibit designer, and installer who can "fix anything," Jason has built beautiful cases for the Museum, guiding our lighting design, created display stands and more. The Museum is very pleased to present Jason with the 2022 Outstanding Volunteer Award.