Large or small, gatherings of Aramco retirees are always fun occasions. Such was the case in Texas recently where a group of six KSA veterans assembled at a local restaurant in Lakeway to share memories and renew friendships.
More than 600 expatriate annuitants and ”brats” from 18 countries recently returned to Saudi Arabia to take part in the 3rd Saudi Aramco Expatriate Reunion.
Baby Umaima Shahzad daughter of Shahzad Salim and granddaughter of Muhammad Salim Hamid the Finance Secretary of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA).
On 11th April 2015, Muhammad Hashir Faraz, has become one year old. Muhammad Hashir is son of Dr.Faraz Saleem and the grandson of Muhammad Salim Hamid, Badge # 73199, worked with Fixed Assets Accounting Department in Dhahran during 1976-87.
As a petroleum engineer who once worked in Project Management in the 1970s and early ‘80s, Perry Donaldson understands how Saudi Aramco has the power to transform society.
Welcome to a cozy home-style dining with our masterful and authentic Italian creations. Rosso captures authentic Italian flavours with a modern twist in a rustic and cozy setting.
A recent email from Aramco Brat Monique Slotboom in Holland reminded us of how important it is to record, preserve and share memories of reunions over the years.
More than ever before, people today are taking a keen interest in their families, going back generations.
Young Nguyen and I were visiting on the bus to Al-Khobar during the KSA Reunion. Young said she had two photos posted in both the Reunion House and the Rolling Hills Golf Club.
Many months ago—too many months ago—you read in this newsletter an account of an October 2013 visit to Paris.
Cabo, Cabo, Cabo…¡Olé, Cabo! “We loved Cabo!” “We had the most fabulous time in Cabo!” “We can’t wait to go back to Cabo!”
It's been more than sixty-four years since I first went to the 'field ' in 1950 for five years (also spent another year before that in the New York Office at 505 Park Avenue).
Every once in a while, a story comes along that is undeniably true, yet so preposterous, so difficult to believe, so fantastical, no sane reader would accept it as plausible were an author to produce a work of fiction with the same story line.
Several Darlington students, faculty and an alumna will be featured as a part of the second annual Rome Community HeART Project next month.
Attending Thursday's signings were assistant coach Steph Bradshaw (from left), Cat Jorgensen, Darlington Soccer Academy director Chad Liddle, Tim McGlynn, Noah Teplitzky, Michelle Cole, Riz Dharsey, Alex Zegarra, director of operations Kevin Ray and assistant director Jamey Newsome.
Old man rhythm is in my shoes No use 't sittin' and singin' the blues So be my guest, you got nothin' to lose Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?
The Eiffel Tower in Paris; Big Ben in London; the Colosseum in Rome; Red Square in Moscow; the Empire State Building in New York; the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco; the Taj Mahal in Agra; the Pyramids of Giza; Petra in Jordan—all rank as iconic, instantly-recognizable man-made landmarks from around the world.
Kudos to whoever coined the term “The Mexican Riviera.” Any Aramcon past or present yearning for a perfect tonic for chasing away the winter blues needs look no further than Mexico’s Pacific coast for escape and revitalization.
A new era dawned in Saudi Arabia on Monday under the leadership of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman as citizens across the country expressed their confidence in the new king’s ability to take the Kingdom to new heights of progress and prosperity.
RIYADH — Custodian of Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah died early on Friday and his brother Prince Salman became king, the royal court said in a statement carried by state television.