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My name is Dennis Araujo and I was the 4th generation in my family to have been fortunate enough to have a career with the Exxonmobil corporat…

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In 1976, I was employed at ExxonMobil as a laboratory technician in the refinery. I only had a high school diploma and a couple of semesters a…

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I am a senior citizen. I moved from arkansas to texas in 1965; my family and me. I well remember the name Humble. I could never afford it though.

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On July 24, 1935, Eddie Vaughn Gray was born in a three-room house that belonged to Humble Oil and Refining Company.  The house was in the “Hu…

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Over the past 100-year’s Exxon has been a major pillar of the Baytown community. Although we tend to think of the bigger positive impact’s Exx…

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Pat Mann’s grandfather, Pat Bracken, came to Baytown in 1919 and went to work for Humble when the refinery was being built.  Pat was born in t…

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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…

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Wooster Baptist Church (originally called First Baptist Church of Wooster) was formed on January 5, 1941 at David G Burnett School. The first …

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I am 3rd generation to work for the company. My grandfather and father both worked at the Kings Ranch. I am unaware of exactly how long my gra…

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As a new, chemical engineering hire in 1963, I was assigned to be a “contact man” for the Heating Oil Hydrofing units. (Today that would be “c…

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