William A. Eddy, 67, distinguished diplomat, educator and soldier, who spent most of his life in the Middle East, died on May 3 in Beirut of cerebral thrombosis.
Nelson Franklin Fate, infant son of Donald and Margaret Fate, died last week in Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, following heart surgery. The baby had been born in Dhahran Hospital Nov. 22, 1961.
John E. Huss of Ras Tanura died last Friday morning after a short illness. Funeral services were held in the Theater Monday morning.
George Matthews drowned Friday, Sept. 15, while skin diving in approximately 20 feet of water at Half Moon Bay.
Edwin W. Hannay, Marine Superintendent, Ras Tanura Marine division, died unexpectedly, Saturday, Aug. 19, in Copenhagen, while en route back to Ras Tanura from long vacation.
Elizabeth Kennedy Maier, wife of Karl Maier of Dhahran, died at 8:30 a.m. July 10 in the Dhahran Health Center.
Peter F. Rizzo, former Aramco employee who left Saudi Arabia in March, 1961, died July 8 in New York.
Ninette Seidl, wife of Frank A. Seidl of Dhahran, died after a long illness July 5 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Joseph F. Lawrence who left Saudi Arabia Feb. 1, 1961, on long vacation, died May 22 at his home in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Four present or former Aramco employees, three of them with families, and five personal servants employed by Aramco families were known to have been aboard the passenger ship Dara which caught fire in a raging storm off the Trucial Coast early Saturday morning, April 8.
E. Harold Norris, Auxiliary Services, Dhahran, who was born in Wellston, Okla., died in Dhahran Health Center Sunday, March 5, at 3:35 a.m.