A former president of Texas A&M University has died.
A&M officials have confirmed former school president William Mobley has died after a long battle with cancer.
According to his obituary, Mobley passed away in Austin last week after an 18-month battle with bile duct cancer.
Mobley served as president of the university from 1988 until his promotion to chancellor of the A&M system in 1993. He resigned from the position in 1994 and returned to teaching.
Mobley playde a key role in the planning of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library on campus.
Mobley’s name will be called April 21 in the Worldwide Roll Call of Aggie Muster.