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Oilfield Helping Hands forms new South Texas chapter

Oilfield Helping Hands opens sixth chapter for the organization.
Oilfield Helping Hands forms new South Texas chapter

Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH), a nonprofit organization that has given more than US$3.3 million to oilfield families in need, has established a new South Texas chapter based in San Antonio.

This is the sixth chapter for the organization and covers the Eagle Ford and other South Texas oilfield areas.

Officers of the new chapter are president Stephanie Blankenship, Halliburton; vice president Lynette Deihl, EFS Logistics; secretary/treasurer Derek Easterling, MSC Industrial Supply; and chapter liaison Taylor Wynn, Russell & Stott.

“As the leaders of the new South Texas Chapter, it is with pride that my team and I get to join this amazing organization,” Blankenship said. "During this economic downturn we feel privileged at the prospect of being able to give back to a community that supports many of our livelihoods and families.”

The chapter is beginning to organize its 2016 monthly meetings and fundraising events.

For information about joining and/or supporting the OHH South Texas Chapter, contact Blankenship at SouthTexasOHH@Outlook.com

Image from Oilfield Helping Hands.

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