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Karrin and Tim Loser with their children.
Karrin Loser and the Loser family have created the Tim Loser ’92 Petroleum Engineering Memorial Endowed Scholarship to honor Tim’s passion for Aggieland and petroleum engineering. | Image: Courtesy of Karrin Loser

For Karrin Loser ’91, Texas A&M University was more than a college — it became a place of belonging and community for Aggies who share a love for tradition, excellence and selfless service. During her time in Aggieland, she met the love of her life, Tim Loser ’92. As a tribute to her late husband and best friend, Karrin and the Loser family established the Tim Loser ’92 Petroleum Engineering Memorial Endowed Scholarship to support petroleum engineering students. 

“Tim loved Texas A&M. He told all who would listen about Aggieland and the traditions that went along with it,” Karrin said.  

Tim exemplified the Aggie spirit, cherished all the traditions and greeted everyone with a “Howdy.” Although he initially arrived at Texas A&M with aspirations of pursuing aerospace engineering, he accepted scholarships that led him to the doors of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering. Once he transferred departments, Tim fell in love with the field and graduated with his petroleum engineering degree. His passion for the industry never dwindled throughout his career. 

After graduation, Karrin and Tim married and forged a lifetime bond. Together, they raised three daughters and have a grandson. Karrin and Tim’s time at Texas A&M shaped their careers and character. Using giving as a testament to their shared love for the university, Karrin is committed to honoring Tim’s legacy of kindness and his embodiment of the Aggie spirit.

The Tim Loser ’92 Petroleum Engineering Memorial Endowed Scholarship reflects the spirit of Aggieland and his passion for the petroleum industry. The Loser family hopes Tim’s legacy will live on through this scholarship and inspire future Aggie petroleum engineers to share his eagerness to learn, pursue dreams and strive for excellence. 

“Tim talked about someday being able to give back to the university he loved so much,” Karrin said. “We hope this scholarship will inspire new petroleum engineers to go out into the world, make a difference and bring the spirit of Aggieland with them, just like Tim did.”

How To Give

Endowments supporting students in the college have an immeasurable impact on their education. If you are interested in supporting the College of Engineering and its departments or would like more information on how you can give, please contact one of our development officers.