Metropolitan Houston Chapter

Chevron Retirees Association

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Chapter Meetings


We have quarterly luncheon chapter meetings, normall
y on the second Tuesday of the last month of the quarter.  Information about the entrée selections for the upcoming chapter meeting is shown below as soon as it is available.  If you would like to make reservations for the next chapter meeting luncheon,you may do so with either Credit Card or Check. 
Upcoming meetings have been scheduled for:

June 11, 2019
September 10, 2019 
December 10, 2019 

Our chapter meetings are usually held at the HESS Club, 5430 Westheimer, 77056, in the Galleria area. For directions, check out this link

Neighborhood Luncheons

We also have Neighborhood Luncheons in various locations around Houston.  To learn more about these check the Neighborhood Luncheons page.

OUR NEXT CHAPTER MEETING 

What: MHC Chapter Meeting Luncheon

Where: HESS Club 

When: June 11, 2019

Schedule:

10:00 am Social - cash bar available
11:00 am Greetings and lunch

This quarter’s luncheon entree offerings are: 
1)  Pecan Crusted Chicken
2)  Balsamic Glazed Salmon Filet
3)  Eggplant Parmesan with Penne Pasta

12 Noon - Program


John Moncrief had a 35 year career with Texaco and Chevron before retiring in cid:image002.jpg@01D4FAA1.10B764C0
October, 2016.  He worked oil and gas projects, starting in Houma, Louisiana, moving to New Orleans then to Houston.  Most of his work involved international offshore and deepwater ventures, in project and engineering management

 After retiring, his wife Deborah asked: “do we need to sell our Chevron stock before oil use declines”?  Her concern was fueled by frequent news on overhauling energy to renewables, electric cars and reduced emission sources.  John then pursued a deeper understanding of global energy and the issues driving it.

 Based on this, his talk is entitled: “The Future of Oil and Energy; and Climate Change: A Rational Review”.  This also includes a brief summary of Chevron’s policy and initial goals.


Last Chapter Meeting Hi-Lights

Samantha-Anne Horwitch is a long time Rodeo volunteer and proud Houston resident. After playing 4 years in NCAA volleyball and swimming in New Jersey and graduating from Samford University with her Juris Doctorate, she returned to Houston and immediately became involved in the Rodeo as a volunteer. She has been volunteering for a total of 6 years on the Speakers Committee and the Wine Garden Committee and loves everything about Rodeo Houston! Her local volunteer efforts extend far past Rodeo, as Samantha-Anne also serves as a leader Gold Award Girl Scout, a mentor for the American Brain Tumor Association, on the board of the John Cooper School Alumni Association, and on the Houston Young Lawyers Association Board as the committee chair for the Adopt-an-Angel Program. In her professional life, Samantha-Anne works as Corporate Counsel for Sterling Construction Company, a publicly traded heavy highway and civil infrastructure company in the Woodlands, Texas. When she finds free time she enjoys playing and coaching volleyball, participating in triathlons, playing the piano, and making custom shirts and creations with her personal business, James Street Boutique.




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Door Prizes

What would a Metro Houston Chapter Meeting be without Door Prizes?  Check out who won this time at Door Prize Winners.

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Check out what happened at other recent meetings in our Meeting Archive.
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