Valero divvies up $200,000 for children
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THREE RIVERS – Valero presented $200,000 to four children’s organizations Friday, Nov. 9, at the Gurwitz Center in Three Rivers.

The money is part of $9 million that Valero raised through employee and business partner sponsorships of the 2012 Valero Texas open and Benefit for Children Golf Classic in San Antonio.

“This is just one of several Valero locations that will proudly distribute funds to children’s charities throughout North American this year. These gifts enable our community agencies to continue their good work for the many children they serve,” said plant manager Harry Wright of the Three Rivers refinery.

Wright explained that a Selection Committee decided which agencies would receive the checks and how much. Members of the committee were Stacy Wilson, Woody Henderson, Joaquin Rodriguez and John Clark.

Stacie Farrell, HR director at the Valero Three Rivers refinery, announced the four area children’s agencies receiving checks:

The South Texas Children’s Home received a $22,500 check.

The Boys & Girls Club of Beeville received a $32,500 check.

The Live Oak County Boys & Girls Club received a $55,000 check, and the Live Oak County Child Welfare Inc. was presented a $90,000 check.

Here’s a list of vendors and partners who were instrumental in raising funds for the children’s agencies:

Advanced Corrosion Technologies & Training LLC; Aggreko LLC; Air Liquide Large Industries U.S. LP; All Tech Inspection; AlliedBarton Security Services; Ambitech Engineering; Analytic Stress Relieving Inc.; and Aquilex HydroChem Industrial Services & Welding Services Inc.

Also, Bay Ltd.; Becht Engineering Co. Inc.; BHP Engineering & Construction, LP; The Brock Group; Corpus Christi Electric; Eurecat U.S. Incorporated; Fluor; Furmanite America Inc.; Guardian Compliance; H & S Constructors Inc.; Hagenmeyer North America; and Hatfield and Company Inc.

Also, Intercat/Johnson Matthey; Invensys Operations Management; JV Industrial Companies; McJunkin Red Man Corporation; Nynas USA Inc.; Onyx Engineering Inc.; Power Repair Service Inc.; PXP; Rabalais I & E Constructors; Repcon Strickland Inc.; RPS; and RSC Equipment Rental.

Also, Scott Electric; Southwest Stainless & Alloy; STARCON; Stronghold Ltd.; Team Industrial Services; Total Safety; TriStar Global Energy Solutions Inc.; Turner Industries Group LLC; Wilson Industries; and Wyatt Field Service Company.

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