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Brandon CreekBrandon Creek ’01 Brandon Creek attended Schreiner University from 1998 to 2001 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science. At Schreiner, he was a baseball team member and was a 4-year starter as a second baseman, shortstop, and pitcher. He helped lead the team to the 2000 American Southwest Conference Championship – where he was named the conference tournament MVP. Brandon was a team leader and highly regarded by his teammates. He loved and respected the game and left everything he had out on the field, which earned him many accolades, including ASC Player of the Year in 2001. Brandon’s time at Schreiner led to his passion, a career in coaching where he serves as an inspiring leader and role model for all his students and athletes. His strong work ethic is passed on to the students he has coached and with whom he has built strong relationships. His coaching honors include Stony Point High School Baseball Bi-District Champions and Area Champions in 2017, Football State Semifinalists in 2009, 2010, and 2011, and Eastbay FBU All American Coach in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Rodney HollandRodney Holland ’05 – Rodney Holland attended Schreiner College from 1989 to 1994, where he excelled as a student athlete playing centerfield for the Schreiner baseball team. Playing for Coach Bob Henry, Rodney was selected as an All-American Outfielder in 1993 with a .957 fielding percentage, a batting average of .444, and led the NAIA district 4 with 47 out of 49 stolen bases. Holland, a 5’11” 175-pound speedster, boasted a 6.5-second speed in the 60-yard dash. His talent on the diamond led to his draft in the 36th round by the Cleveland Indians in 1993. Later, Rodney signed with the Chicago Cubs, where he continued to make his mark within their farm club. Rodney returned to Schreiner to complete his degree in Exercise Science in 2005. After graduating from Schreiner, Rodney stayed at his alma mater as the Assistant Baseball Coach. Rodney continues to mentor the athletes he coached at Schreiner and coaches Little League Baseball players in his hometown, New Braunfels, TX. Rodney’s work ethic and character on and off the field enable him to be an example to young athletes. Former Schreiner teammate and later head coach for Schreiner, Joe Castillo, had this to say: “Rodney was a great mentor to our team, in his instruction about the game and life. Rodney did not only teach the game to these young men, but he lived by example.”

Distinguished Alumnus


Renée MooreDr. Renée Moore ’91 – Dr. Renée Moore attended Schreiner College from 1987 to 1991, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Biology and received the Elmore Whitehurst Award for Excellence in Learning. She earned her Ph.D. in Biology with specialty in Neuroscience from The University of Texas at San Antonio. In 2002, Dr. Moore started a pharmaceutical research and development company with ten offices in nine different countries. During this time, she successfully developed vaccines against contagious diseases in China, India, Argentina, Mexico, Panama and Brazil, and she was active in researching and developing new medicines for oncology, neurology and psychiatric indications. After selling her successful companies, Dr. Moore started a new business to teach and mentor young business owners. She is a skilled motivational speaker and has authored or co-authored five books. Dr. Moore’s achievements, both academically and professionally, demonstrate the kind of resilience and excellent performance that personify Schreiner University’s Distinguished Alumni.

Past Awards and Honors

Martin L. Allday† ’44
Peter W. Baldwin† ’47
David Barker ’64
Judge Robert Rhea Barton ’56
Raymond E. Berry ’51
Grady Spencer Blocker ’52
Theo Blue ’51
James B. Cain† ’41
Dr. William B. Campbell† ‘40
N. Ford Chapman, Jr.† ’28
Richard E. Cree ’67
Frank W. Denius† ‘42
Dr. Wilson Elkins† ’28
Royce Faulkner† ’49
Hugh H. Goerner† ’41
Norman Hoffman† ’37
Frank N. Ikard, Sr.† ’31
Dr. Charles “Charley” Johnson ’58
Charles H. Johnston, Jr.† ’32
Dr. Sam McDowell. Junkin ’51
Dr. John L. Kammerdiener ’57
Dr. Samuel W.T. Lanham III ’51
Richard P. Marrs, M.D. ’68
Wendell Mayes, Jr. ’42
Thomas Hulbert Miller, Jr. ’39
Dr. Kiley Miller ’00
Roy Q. Minton ’49
Park L. Myers† ’35
James E. Nugent† ’41
Harris J. Pappas ’60
Michael Pate ’71
Dr. Thomas W. Pruett ’50
Dr. Russell Scott, Jr.† ’43
Dr. Frank W. Sheppard, Jr. † ’39
The Honorable Marvin A. Singleton, MD ’60
Dr. Margaret Patricia Sullivan† ‘41
H. W. “Win” Thurber III ‘63
Joe C. Walter, Jr.† ’45

† deceased

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award was created in 2005 to honor former students who have demonstrated outstanding service to, and support of, the Schreiner Former Students Association involving the contribution of time, talent and/or resources benefiting the Association and
Schreiner University.

SFSA Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Coralie Croom† ‘46
Catherine Carden Henry ‘64
Jerry E. “Gene” Marshall ’52
Captain Jack M. Stevens, USN Ret ’43
Meleah M. Siebold Nye ‘92

Albert B. “Monk” Keith† (Coach ’66-’84)
Bill E. Thompson† ’51
Brenda Niemeyer ‘81
Charles H. Johnston, Jr.† ’32
Claude R. “Chena” Gilstrap† ’35
David Barker ’64
David Lindsey Hulse ’90
Donald W. Suman, Sr.† ’38
Donald “Red” Richardson† ’51
Dr. Charles “Charley” Johnson ’58
Emmett Adolph Acker† ’53
Felicia Delgado ‘04
Fred Saunders ‘51
Gretchen Goebel Peterson ’01
H.C. “Bully” Gilstrap† (Coach ’25-’37)
H.N. “Jack” Stevens† ’24
Joe Love Hedrick† ’41
John R. “Bob” Bowmer† ’53
Ken Murray ‘66
Laurence Becker (Coach ’58-’62)
Leoni Thorne ‘81
Major William G. Gillis, Jr.† ’37
Penny Fitzpatrick ‘81
Raymond E. Berry ’51
Raymond “Red” Daniels† ’42
Reginald “Reggie” West† ’51
Rex R. Kelly† (faculty ’35 – ’52)
Richard Harben
Robert Henry, M.D.† (Coach ’82-’94)
Rogers Douglas ’52
Roland E. Ingram ’62
Stephanie Gamble ’90
Tammy Lusinger ‘90
Tim Kaman ‘90
Tom H. Ball, Jr.† ’42
Tom L. Thornhill† ‘57
Walter Schulle, Jr. ‘55
William C. “Heinie” Weir† (faculty ’37 – ’71)
William Clifford “Cliff” Kellett† ’51
William Dudley Rogers† (Coach ’67-’81)
William E. “Bill” Fox, Jr. ’60
Yasuko Yoshida ‘81

† deceased