Fifty Year Institutional Award
Chevron Pipeline

 

photo of Chevron Pipeline cooperative observer and National Weather Service staff
Mr. Ray Fagen, our Meteorologist-in-Charge (MIC), presents Mr. Ike Terrell (Left)
Chevron Pipeline's 50-Year Institutional Award.

photo of Chevron Pipeline cooperative observer and National Weather Service staff
Mr. John Frazar (right), retired HMT, and Mr. Ray Fagen (center) join together to give
Mr. Ike Terrell and everyone at Chevron Pipeline a special thanks for their many years
of Cooperative Program work.

photo of Chevron Pipeline cooperative observer and National Weather Service staff
The cake says it all!

photo of Chevron Pipeline cooperative observer and National Weather Service staff
Ms. Connie Roberts cuts the cake for this VERY SPECIAL occasion!

 

On May 2, 1997, Chevron Pipeline - Midland 4 ENE received the 50-Year Institutional Award. Mr. Ike Terrell, observer, received the award from Mr. Ray Fagen our MIC and Mr. John Frazar, HMT.

Several of Chevron Pipeline's operators/observers attended this ceremony. Cake, punch, and cookies brought a super end to this special event.

Chevron Pipeline has taken precipitation and temperature observations in east Midland for 50 years! We presented Chevron Pipeline a 25-Year Institutional Award in 1972!

Observers that routinely take observations at Chevron Pipeline are:

  • Ronnie Gainey
  • Mosel Strambler
  • Connie Roberts (pictured above)
  • Ray Gaines
  • Ike Terrell (also pictured above)
  • Wayne Russell
  • Ida Gamble
  • Vince Buscaglia
From the National Weather Service Office Midland/Odessa:
THANKS Chevron Pipeline for your years of dedicated service !!!

 


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