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November 24, 2020

Chevron Employees Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

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Chevron Pascagoula Refinery partnered with Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast to help build a new home in Pascagoula.
In July, 22 refinery employees volunteered at the new Fowler Fields subdivision, which is located off Lanier Avenue. Workers painted porches and built and installed louvered panels.
This is the refinery’s second year to partner with Habitat for Humanity. Special thanks to the following volunteers: Marissa Badenhorst (M&R), Garrett Beech (Technical), Amy Brandenstein (PGPA), Timothy Byrd (M&R), Bruce Chinn (Refinery Manager), Paul Gray (Oils Planning) and wife Elizabeth, Kevin Hofer (Technical), Sena Jones (RLT assistant), Jacquelyn Modist (M&R), Tony Price (Technical), Tammy Richards (management assistant), Alice Robinson (Procurement), Joe Robison (Operations), Jerry Scott
(M&R), Michael Seales (M&R), Melanie Smothers (Cracking II), Garrett Taylor (Coker) and his wife Allison, Asiyeh Zakermosala (Technical), Allan Zieber (Lab) and his son Allan.

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