George Hoyle, 37, first came to Saudi Arabia in 1954 to work in Ras Tanura as a construction engineer.
The extensive search for victims of the tragic crash of Middle East Airlines Flight 444 was carried on almost continuously day and night, by land, sea and air.
Dr. Isaq Khalil Michael, 44, was born in Ramallah, Palestine, and received his secondary schooling there.
Marjorie Kluge Baumgartner, 39, was the wife of Frank L. Baumgartner, superintendent of Communications in Dhahran.
Robert Keith Souders, 39, was born in Whittier, Calif., and attended schools in La Habra and Fullerton, Calif.
William Anthony Scott, age 39, worked for over 10 years with Aramco's Public Relations. Since August, 1961, he was department manager.
Thelma Jean Carter, 35, was born in Hazel Park, Mich., and attended schools there. She received her B.A. in education from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, in 1956, and her M. A. in 1958.
Ahmed Essa Lemsalley, age 41, a native of Tarut Island, came to work for Aramco in April, 1940, and the following year became operator at the Dhahran stabilizer.
DeMont Stevens, Aramco retiree who left Saudi Arabia last September, died in Florida on March 21.
Former Aramco employee Stanley A. O'Hara died of a heart attack on March 10 in Westchester, 111.
Myra Harriet Zink, senior nurse anesthetist of the Dhahran Medical Department, died at 3:40 on the afternoon of January 13 in Dhahran, following a short illness.
William Alexander Campbell, Tapline's vice president of Government Relations, died of a brain tumor at the Khoury Hospital in Beirut late Friday evening, December 27.