Marjorie Kluge Baumgartner, 39, was the wife of Frank L. Baumgartner, superintendent of Communications in Dhahran.
Aramco's initial shock at having lost 22 of its employees and dependents in the air crash of April 18th is passing.
Ahmed Omar Jinawy, 37, came to Aramco from Mecca in April, 1948, and was first employed as a mechanic in Maintenance and Shops in Dhahran.
Shafic Bishara Costandy, 41, worked for Aramco as a surveyor in Dhahran District Engineering from 1949 to 1953.
Ruth Collins Young, 35, was the wife of William George Young, Jr., supervisor of Construction and Oil Accounting in Abqaiq.
George Hoyle, 37, first came to Saudi Arabia in 1954 to work in Ras Tanura as a construction engineer.
Thelma Jean Carter, 35, was born in Hazel Park, Mich., and attended schools there. She received her B.A. in education from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, in 1956, and her M. A. in 1958.
The extensive search for victims of the tragic crash of Middle East Airlines Flight 444 was carried on almost continuously day and night, by land, sea and air.
Dr. Isaq Khalil Michael, 44, was born in Ramallah, Palestine, and received his secondary schooling there.
Robert Keith Souders, 39, was born in Whittier, Calif., and attended schools in La Habra and Fullerton, Calif.