A group of Aramco annuitants dubbed themselves “The San Diego Aramco Group” some years ago and have faithfully gotten together once a month ever since in that idyllic, sun-kissed city by the sea.
Engr. Syed Waqar Fakhri, Badge No. 74666, retired from Saudi Aramco in 2008 after 29 years of service with Power Distribution Department (PDD).
Normally when somebody gives you three choices for something, they call them “good,” “better” and “best.”
On the 13th of this month a fire broke out in the dining hall building at the Udhailiyah camp.
This land is your land, this land is my land, From California, to the New York Island, From the Redwood Forest, to the Gulf Stream Waters, This land was made for you and me.
Zoya Imran is the daughter of Imran Ahmed Khan Ghouri and Erum Imran and the granddaughter of Engr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan, VP of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association Karachi (SAEEA).
Dania Abdulmatin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mohammad Abdulmatin, completed her Bachelor's Degree in Fashion and Design this year from IQRA UNIVERSITY, Institute of Fashion Design, Karachi, Pakistan.
Let’s face it. We all love our pets. They’re like children to us, our best friends, the beings in our lives that love us unquestioningly and unfailingly.
Aramco reunions come in all forms and sizes. Whether it’s 500 annuitants gathering in Dhahran or a handful of friends gathering in some convenient and interesting spot of their own choosing, good fun is always had and new memories made.
A significant number of Aramcon annuitants share in the honor of having once taught school in Saudi Arabia. Like so many other ex-Aramcons, they maintain their friendships from way back when even to this day.
April Allen, Daughter of Claude and Verna Allen (Dhahran, 1985 – 2000) has recently been promoted to the position of Reserve Flight Captain by the EATON Corp.
Aramcon Expats are known to be hard-working, fun-loving sorts with discriminating palettes when it comes time to make a visit to the dinner table.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman on Wednesday ordered a major Cabinet revamp, naming Mohammed bin Naif as crown prince and deputy premier.
Saudi Aramco annuitant Robert Lebling, who worked in the Public Relations Department in Dhahran until 2012, has written several nonfiction books about Middle Eastern traditions and culture.
The history of Dhahran’s scouting community came to the fore at the recent KSA Reunion, with a number of retirees taking the opportunity to return Saudi Aramco memorabilia to the community.
After 38 years with Saudi Aramco, Mohammad Z. Iqbal is retiring from the company. “The time has come to say goodbye,” said Iqbal, who retires on May 1.
Press Release from National Council On U.S.-Arab Relations Roosevelt Joins Collective of National Council Advisors Guiding U.S.-Arab Relations Educational Programs Washington, DC: The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations [ncusar.org], founded in 1983, is pleased to announce that H. Delano Roosevelt has joined its International Advisory Committee.
Large or small, gatherings of Aramco retirees are always fun occasions. Such was the case in Texas recently where a group of six KSA veterans assembled at a local restaurant in Lakeway to share memories and renew friendships.
More than 600 expatriate annuitants and ”brats” from 18 countries recently returned to Saudi Arabia to take part in the 3rd Saudi Aramco Expatriate Reunion.
Baby Umaima Shahzad daughter of Shahzad Salim and granddaughter of Muhammad Salim Hamid the Finance Secretary of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA).