Daniel H. Roberts, Jr., construction engineer with the Project Management Department, died in a motor vehicle accident Thursday, Oct. 2.
Two Aramco employees died in an accident early Sunday morning at Safaniya.
The company has been notified of the death of Michael N. Cicatello on May 30 in Rome, Italy.
Robert Escobar, Aramco annuitant and most recently an Aramco consultant, died on May 19 in Dhahran.
Lou Castro, a veteran Aramcon well known throughout the company communities, died in the Dhahran Health Center last Thursday, May 8, following a brief illness.
Services were held Saturday in the Abqaiq Theater for Richard N. Ford, 53, who died suddenly on May 5 in Abqaiq.
Fred A. Davies, a geologist, mining engineer, and official of Aramco and other oil companies in the Middle East. Davies graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1916 with a degree in mining engineering. He was responsible for early explorations of the oil fields in Bahrain in the 1930s. In 1952 Davies was named CEO and Chairman of the Board for Aramco until he retired in 1959.
Granville S. Cohea, 58, who was on medical leave since June in the United States, died October in Memphis, Term.
Thomas F. O’Dea — sociologist, author and teacher — was born December 1, 1915, in Amsbury, Massachusetts. Historically, his life bridged the period from World War I to the Vietnam War.
Jack E. Kurtz, senior inspector, Inspection Division, Engineering Department, died on Friday, Oct. 4 after a brief illness.
Memorial services were held in Dhahran this morning for Eva-Maria Lucas, who died here unexpectedly on Monday, July 29.