Dillard College of Business Administration Distinguished Alumni

Oil executive has been pillar of Wichita Falls community since graduation from MSU Texas

Warren Ayres is the executive vice president for Eagle Oil & Gas Company. Ayres, originally from Bowie, Texas, graduated from MSU Texas in 1971 with Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.

While attending the university Ayres was a member of Delta Sigma Pi and served as treasurer for two years. His favorite memory of MSU Texas is the many great friends he made and continues to call friends today.

Ayres served as a member of the MSU Texas Board of Regents from 2016-2021 and also served in various roles with the MSU Foundation. In 2018, the Warren Ayres Family Computer Lab in the Dillard College was dedicated in recognition of his family’s longtime and continued generosity to MSU Texas.

Service to the Northwest Texas Council of Boy Scouts of America, the North Texas Oil & Gas Association, the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce, and the United Way of Wichita Falls are among his many activities and awards in the Wichita Falls community. In 2016, Ayres was named the Wichitan of the Year.

Warren has been a member of the University United Methodist Church since 1974 and currently serves as treasurer. He and his wife Pam Steinert Ayres, a 1973 MSU Texas graduate, reside in Wichita Falls, Texas. 

 

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