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Jody Brusenhan ‘83, a Texas native, grew up fishing and hunting in Rockwood. After graduating from high school, Brusenhan attended Texas A&M University to study civil engineering. He was proud to be an Aggie engineer and graduated with his degree in 1983. He then began a fruitful career in the construction industry.

Brusenhan strived for excellence, which led to many successful positions throughout his career. In 2018, he became president and CEO of the Heico Construction Group.

While he loved his job and the people he worked with, his family was his ultimate source of joy. He married his high school sweetheart, Rhonda, and had two daughters. His daughters Ashley and Jennifer attended Texas A&M and graduated in 2010 and 2017, respectively.

Brusenhan passed in 2021. The Heico Construction Group, now known as the Heico Construction Solutions Group, established the Jody Brusenhan ’83 Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of their former president and CEO. This fund will grant scholarships to native Texas students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and are enrolled in the construction engineering and management program. The donors hope this fund will honor Brusenhan while alleviating the recipients' financial burden.

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