ExxonMobil recently invited representatives from Meeker, Rangely, Rifle and Craig for a catered lunch by the Bistro on Park Street before presenting checks to local organizations. “You provide valuable services to the communities we live in and we appreciate everything you do,” Matt Briney, operations superintendent of the ExxonMobil Piceance Creek office said before donating $20,000 to the Moffat County United Way, (of which $15,000 will be given to the RBC Human Resource Council), $2,500 to the Rangely Human Resource Council for use in the Angel Tree Christmas program and the same amount to the Meeker Giving Tree program. Senior field superintendent Joe Bob Duncan (left in photos), and Briney (right in photos) presented checks to Rangely’s Anne Urie and Tami Dorris and Meeker’s John and Patti Arrington.
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