Emil Fred Kornmayer, Jr., 39, supervisor of Relief Accounting, Abqaiq Cost Accounting, died in Frankfurt, Germany, on May 1 while on long vacation.
James B. Webb, who departed last October for long vacation and retirement, died on April 20 in California.
Dr. Frank Joseph Zukoski, 48, was a native of Scranton, Pa. He had been medical director for Tapline since 1951.
Thomas Lee Allen, 34, joined Aramco in June 1963, to teach social studies at the Dhahran School.
Rashid Ibrahim al-Rashid, 31, was bom in al-Mubarraz, near Hofuf, and received his elementary schooling there.
Judith Kay Rhodes, 21, was born in New Orleans, La., and attended schools in the United States and Spain.
A Middle East Airlines Caravelle en route from Beirut to Dhahran crashed into the Gulf about 15 miles south of Dhahran International Airport shortly after midnight Friday during a severe sand and windstorm.
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.