Oilcamps of Venezuela Guest Book
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Message Number: 167 -
Monday, February 19, 2018 15:43:02 PDT
Thank you for sharing the pictures with the world. My best regards. CAM
Message Number: 166 -
Sunday, February 18, 2018 14:07:37 PDT
Ken Boos was trying to contact Bonnie Beal,VOB.
Does anyone know her whereabouts or how to contact her?
Message Number: 165 -
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 13:45:15 PDT
|Name: ||Melissa Martinez|
Please HELP!!! My mother was named Dorka Andrea Garcia (DOB: 11/10/58) and was adopted at 6 months old in Venezuela. She was adopted by LOUISE & WILFORD "WILL" KREBSBACH. Her name was changed to Sheila Rene Krebsbach.
I am in search of my grandmother, Pia Armonía Garcia de Garcia in Venezuela. Pia Had 6 children and her husband passed away. She was forced to put the youngest children up for adoption due to lack of economic resources. The children were adopted by Americans working for Santa Fe Drilling Company or other companies in Barcelona, Venezuela. We do not know how many children stayed with her in Venezuela?
Time is really of the essence because my grandmother would be 91 years old. It will take an Angel to complete the happily ever after story of my family.
My mother and done DNA testing through Ancestry and registered with Gedmatch. My mother’s Gedmatch kit number is A897323 and my number is A932665. She has x 3rd cousins and x 4th cousins. We cannot find anyone to help.
I do read, write and speak fluent Spanish.
Message Number: 164 -
Thursday, November 30, 2017 13:51:59 PDT
From 1956 to 1968, my family lived in Sinclair oil camp near Punta de Mata,Venezuela, Estado Monagas. The camp was referred to often as Campo Rojo or Santa Barbara. Went to Grade School in the camp and some of my teachers names were Mrs. Netherton, Mrs Hall, Mrs Dennison and Mrs Williams to name a few. For us kids life was truly a bowl of cherries, playing golf, swimming, horses and the truly wonderful weather. Some of my classmates Joe Ryan, Charley and Myriam Gamboa, Kenneth Fricke, Diana and Mark Butler just to name a few.
Message Number: 163 -
Sunday, June 25, 2017 11:54:15 PDT
Cool site ! Tks Randy Trahan !
Father was with Chicago Bridge & Iron .... I was born in Texas in 1940 .... spent early years, till returned to Texas in 1954 to start High Schhool, in La Salina, Lagunillas, Tia Juana, and Pedernales. Yes I was in Pednernales when you landed in the river in a PBY. And
school was a one room house, one teacher taught 6 kids
in different grades at the same time .... THINK I was in the 4th grade then ? Anybody out there had similar experience ?
Like to hear from ypu !!!
Message Number: 162 -
Thursday, February 16, 2017 13:29:50 PDT
Realy nice, thank you so much for all of this.
Message Number: 161 -
Sunday, January 1, 2017 16:29:33 PDT
I lived in Puerto la Cruz in 1961. My dad worked for Foster-Wheeler. I've been trying to jot down my memories of living the life of an oil/engineer brat, but I can't find anything from that era about P la C. I remember the club, and the houses, etc. Are there any websites anyone is aware of where I could find some pictures or more info? I was only 14 at the time. I can't find where we lived in the fenced community on any maps. I'm sure it's long gone. But I loved it there.
Message Number: 160 -
Friday, July 29, 2016 07:57:07 PDT
Have you seen this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJY2S_brQbQ
Message Number: 159 -
Tuesday, July 26, 2016 19:26:52 PDT
What a wonderful site. Hard to believe its been over 50 years since. What a fabulous gift we were all given by our parents to have grown up in the Venezuelan culture. We lived in Venezuela from 1952 to 1967. Lagunillas and Tia Juana. My dad's name was Charlie Reid, mom's Lil, little bros Mike. In Tia Juana we lived next door to the Miquilenas. Anybody happen to know where that family ended up? My best friend's name was Betiz.
thanx for the memories Randy.
Message Number: 158 -
Thursday, June 23, 2016 12:58:01 PDT
|Name: ||janet (LeFevre) Turner|
My parents, sister Pamela and I were in Lagunillas from July 1949 to 1952. We both have fond memories of that time. The Zonkers were our neighbours. Would love to hear from anyone who was there at that time. We were assigned to Bachaquero (2 contracts) when we returned to Venezulea following a short stay in England.