The Mustard Kitchen

Special thanks to those that made donations to name the Lodge Kitchen at the fraternity house in honor of Dalton Mustard, our beloved brother and friend.

Aaron Henslin, Austin Fink, Graham Perry, Greg Vo, Jarrod Covey, Joey Korczynski, Jose Perez,
Kent Wittmann, Kevin Ely, Lorn Smith, Luis Ibarra, Nic Blando, Nick Pilcher, RJ Rodriguez, Robert
Davis, Ryan Bray, Ryan Burke, TJ Lynch, Tommy Whittmann

Dalton Thomas Mustard, age 27, went to be with his Lord and Savior on
February 26, 2018. Dalton was born July 15, 1990, to his loving parents
Thomas and Denise Mustard, in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was the
youngest of three children and was adored by his two older sisters Julia
and Cristin. He graduated from Mary Carroll High School in 2009, where
he enjoyed playing football, participating in 4H, and competing in 4H
shooting sports earning two State Championships. He was also actively
involved in both Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Upon graduation from high
school, he became the proudest member of the fighting Texas Aggie
Class of 2013. While at Texas A&M College Station, Dalton pursued a degree in Construction
Science, where he completed an internship with David Weekly homes in Houston and
developed a passion for building. Also while at A&M, he made many lasting friends and
brothers through his active membership in the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. After graduation, Dalton
worked for various homebuilders in Corpus Christi, finally landing his dream job as a
Construction Manager for Coventry Homes in Houston in 2017.

Dalton was an avid sportsman, enjoying all types of outdoor activities including hunting and fishing. He especially enjoyed time spent outdoors with his beloved father, brother in-laws and friends. He also enjoyed watching and participating in all types of sports and had an extraordinary knowledge of sport statistics. Dalton's personality and quick wit matched his larger than life persona. He had a laugh that was contagious and a smile that could brighten
anyone's day. He valued his friendships and always saw the best in people. He loved his role of being Uncle D to his niece and nephews whom he adored. His gentle spirit and kind heart will be greatly missed by his friends and family.

Dalton is survived by his parents Thomas and Denise

Mustard of Corpus Christi, Texas; sisters,
Julia Fragoso and husband Stacey of Spring, Texas,

Cristin Matula and Husband Dustin of
Fulshear, Texas; nephews, Brady Matula and Whit

Fragoso, and niece, Ellyson Matula. He is also
survived by his paternal grandmother Jean Mustard

of Amarillo, TX, and his maternal grandmother

Jean Holliman of Borger, Texas and numerous aunts,

uncles, cousins and friends. Dalton was preceded

in death by his paternal grandfather Jack Mustard,

and his maternalgrandfather Floyd Holliman, and

his cousin Daniel Gaytan.

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