Khamis ibn Mohammed Rimthan, gifted guide, instinctive geographer and long-time employee of Aramco, died Sunday, June 21, at the Dhahran Health Center.
Lloyd L. Moore, Coordinator, Personnel division, Industrial Relations, General Office, Dhahran, died April 22 in New York City, where he was a patient at the George F. Baker Pavilion.
Joseph John Mauss, Acting Coordinator G. O. Materials Supply and Traffic, died Monday night Jan. 5, in Dhahran.
Mrs. Frances K. Totten, wife of George H. Totten, District Fire Chief, Dhahran, died in the American University Hospital, Beirut, Monday night Dec. 15. The funeral was held in Beirut.
E. J. Comisky, Materials Supply Controlman, Parts Store division, Materials Supply and Traffic department, died early Sunday morning Dec. 14, in Dhahran.
Mrs. William Burleigh, Jr., died at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the New York Memorial Hospital after a long illness.
Michael Dirk Storm, 4-1/2 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.P. Storm, Abqaiq, died as the result of a motor vehicle accident, Sep. 30.
Clifford L. Souders, Contract Representative, Arab Development department, Ras Tanura, who received his 15-year-service award Aug. 11, was killed when his car overturned on the Ras Tanura-Dhahran road five miles north of the Dammam turnoff Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Richard A. Bramkamp, Aramco's Chief Geologist, died Sept. 1 at Memorial Hospital in New York City after a long illness. He was 48 years old.
John C. Mock, 52, employed by IBBI under several contracts during the past ten years, died in an Aramco plane on the regular flight from Dhahran to Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 19. Originally from Okanagan, Wash., Mock's family now resides in Cashmere, Wash.