• #Baylor175: Mike Worley (BA ’73, JD ’75)

    What does your Baylor experience mean to you?

    Him: “We love the beautiful campus. We look at the trees, and we know those trees were fond memories. Our oldest son proposed to his wife on one of those swings just like that.

    “I jokingly say that everybody in our family, going back to Noah, went to Baylor. We come here and we walk along the same sidewalks that some of the great memories really of life occurred on. We’ve raised our kids and our grandkids to love Baylor, and they love Baylor — not because we do, but because it became a part of their lives, too.”

    — Mike (BA ’73, JD ’75) and Pamela (BA ’72) Worley

    Pamela and Mike Worley pose in front of Pat Neff Hall

    [Baylor University was chartered by the Republic of Texas on Feb. 1, 1845, which makes this year our 175th anniversary. As part of our celebration, we’re sharing stories from Baylor alumni about their BU experience all semester long.]