John C. Mock
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.
Mock was first employed by IBBI in Kuwait from October, 1948, until December, 1949. For six months after that contract he worked in the Ras al-Misha'ab area, then worked in Jiddah from December, 1950, until December, 1951. He was self-employed for an interim, then worked for the Atlas Corporation in Morocco for a year and a half. Mock started his present contract with IBBI in October, 1957.
Surviving Mock are his widow and two daughters, one three years old, the other one.