Thanks for the opportunity to write about one of the many memories I have from Humble/Exxon from past years when my father, L. B. Phillips and other relatives worked there.  The Humble Community Building was a favorite place during my high school years.  Going to dances there during my time at Robert E. Lee high school was a neat experience.  Probably the most lasting memory of the building was receiving my Boy Scout Eagle award there with my parents, grandparent and great parents beside me.  

Britton H. Phillips

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