Mrs. W. E. (Reka) Richards died suddenly December 2 aboard ship enroute to South Africa, according to word received last week from W. E. Richards, her husband.
Mrs. Ann Salisbury Lovell of Dhahran died suddenly, August 29, in Eureka, Calif, of a coronary thrombosis, while on long vacation.
Ibrahim 'Ali Al-Mohammed, Refrigerated Liquefied Petroleum Gas Plant operator, died in the Dhahran Health Center Thursday as a result of bums sustained when Ras Tanura's LPG plant caught fire.
Robert S. Fleharty, supervisor of the Photography and Reproduction unit, died last Thursday morning, August 2, in Garden Grove, Calif.
Mrs. Alice Masso, wife of Edward J. Masso, accounting analyst in the General Accounting department, died suddenly at the Dhahran Health Center on June 9, following a brief illness.
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.