Jonathan Cluck ’16 is an Agricultural Leadership and Development major with a minor in Business Administration. He’s from Boerne, Texas and is the son of Jonathan and Karen Cluck. Jonathan is in Company D-2 and a member of the Parsons Mounted Cavalry.

This year Jonathan serves as the Artillery Officer in the Half-Section for Parsons Mounted Cavalry. He is responsible for training cadets on the Cannon Team, and how to drive and operate the Spirit of ’02 – the cannon used by Parsons Mounted Cavalry. He is also the IG/JAG Officer for Company D-2.

His junior year he served as a Squad Leader in Company D-2, and as the wheel driver of the PMC Cannon Team. His freshman and sophomore year he was named Most Outstanding Cadet in Company D-2.

Jonathan was awarded the Corps Distinguished Student Award, Corps Outstanding Academic Performance Award and also received an Academic Certificate in Leadership Studies from the Hollingsworth Leadership Excellence Program. Jonathan was also a member of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean’s Honor Role

Jonathan is an Eagle Scout, and in his free time, enjoys hunting and fishing. He is also a Member of Texas A&M’s Texas Trophy Hunter’s Association. Each summer he has had the opportunity to work on ranches across the state of Texas to expand his knowledge of agriculture and build his resume. After graduation, Jonathan plans to attend TCU’s prestigious Ranch Management School, and continue with a career in the field of agriculture.

Jonathan is an excellent student and cadet who will go on to achieve great things upon graduation. He has shown great leadership in every role he has held and is fully prepared to lead and excel in whatever he chooses to do in the future. I couldn’t be more proud of the leader, role model, and man he has developed into while in the Corps of Cadets. We wish Jonathan the very best of luck and success in all of his future endeavors!