Granville S. Cohea, 58, who was on medical leave since June in the United States, died October in Memphis, Term.
Thomas F. O’Dea — sociologist, author and teacher — was born December 1, 1915, in Amsbury, Massachusetts. Historically, his life bridged the period from World War I to the Vietnam War.
Jack E. Kurtz, senior inspector, Inspection Division, Engineering Department, died on Friday, Oct. 4 after a brief illness.
Memorial services were held in Dhahran this morning for Eva-Maria Lucas, who died here unexpectedly on Monday, July 29.
Thomas Rogan, electrical inspector for the Wimpy Company, died here on July 20. He was 49 years old.
Funeral services were held in Abqaiq last Friday, July 5, for Arthur W. Machen, the victim of a highway motor accident on Monday night.
Bernard T. Mowbray, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mowbray of Ras Tanura, died in an accident last Thursday, June 11, two days before his fourteenth birthday.
Eugene F. Ridge, Jr., 29, died April 26 at the Dhahran Health Center after a short illness.
Memorial services were held yesterday in Abqaiq for Clarence A. Hill, 41, who died Wednesday, April 10, after a brief illness.
William R. Bordeleau, manager of Community Services since December 1970 and closely associated with that area of the company's activities throughout his 26 years with Aramco, died suddenly in Dhahran last Wednesday, March 20.
Memorial services were held in Dhahran Monday morning for Mrs. Helen Kemp, 52, who died Saturday morning at her Dhahran home after an illness of several years.
Word has been received of the death of Aramco employee Richard M. Chancy while on repatriation vacation in Oklahoma on Feb. 14.