Scholarships Established In Memory Of Father/Daughter Found Dead After House Fire

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COLLEGE STATION – Scholarships have been established in memory of the Aggie father and daughter found dead after a house fire.

Firefighters found the bodies of Noel Devin and her father, Thomas “Mac” Devin, Monday after putting out the fire that destroyed her home on Vinewood Drive in Bryan. Police have arrested a man they say broke into Noel’s home, set it on fire and stole her SUV. The medical examiner has not released a cause of death. But capital murder charges are expected.

Noel worked in the ticket office for the 12th Man Foundation. It released the following statement:

“The 12th Man Foundation and Texas A&M Athletics families are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of our friend and colleague Noel Devin ’04 and her father, Thomas Mac Devin ’89. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Devin Family as they deal with this unfortunate tragedy.

Noel joined the 12th Man Foundation in 2006 and worked in various capacities in the ticket office. Her most recent position with the foundation was as the Associate Vice President of Resource Management.

In lieu of flowers, scholarship funds have been established for Noel and Mac. Checks should be made payable to the 12th Man Foundation and be sent to:

The Noel Devin ’04 Memorial Scholarship Fund
12th Man Foundation
P.O. Box 2800
College Station, TX 77841

Contributions can also be made in cash or by credit card. Please direct all inquiries or donations to Toni McDowell at 979-260-7577 or by email to toni@12thmanfoundation.com.

Gifts to the “The Thomas Mac Devin DVM '89 Scholarship” should be made payable to the Texas A&M Foundation and include a note on the memo line of the check referencing the name of the scholarship. Gifts can also be made by cash or credit card. They can be sent to:

The Thomas Mac Devin DVM '89 Scholarship
Dean’s Office, College of Veterinary Medicine
4461 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4461

Contributions can also be made phone at 979-845-9043. Please direct all inquiries to Noell Vance in the Dean’s Office.





 
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