Christopher Stebbins ’15 is an Industrial Distribution major from College Station, Texas and is the son of Byron and Ann Stebbins. He will serve on Corps Staff as one of two Deputy Corps Commanders for the 2014 – 2015 school year.
Active within the Corps, Christopher, originally from Company N-1, is also a member of the Ross Volunteers, served as the Sergeant Major for First Regiment his junior year, and was a member of the Fish Drill Team (FDT) his freshman year and an Advisor for FDT his sophomore year.
Outside the Corps, Christopher is a member of PAID – the Professional Association for Industrial Distribution, and Aggie Awakening – a Catholic, student-led, Christian-based retreat ministry for college students. He was a member of Phi Eta Sigma fraternity as a freshman, an organization that encourages and rewards academic excellence among freshmen, open to students with a 3.5 GPA or higher. He is a Marine Corps Platoon Leaders Class (PLC) candidate and a member of the Association of Former Fish Drill Team Members.
Christopher attended Marine Officer Candidate School during the summer of 2013 as a PLC Marine Officer Candidate, and is scheduled to complete the second increment during the summer of 2015. After graduation in December 2015, he will commission as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps and aspires to become a Marine Aviator.
Christopher is a dedicated student and cadet who has excelled in his career within the Corps and at Texas A&M. He is a well-rounded young man who relates well to his fellow cadets, knows how to handle difficult situations with ease, is focused on academic success and preparing for a future in the Marine Corps, and has risen to the second highest position in the Corps. He is the epitome of “Soldier, Statesman, and Knightly Gentleman,” and represents the very best that our Corps produces. I have no doubt that he will be an excellent Deputy Corps Commander this school year and carry that dedication through to his career as a Marine Corps Officer.