The PVF Roundtable meets quarterly at 4:15 p.m., at Westin Galleria, 5060 West Alabama. , to discuss the happenings is the PVF industry. Invited speaking guests and industry professionals frequently appear at the meetings to offer information of special interests and discussion.
The Changing Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
(Due To The Growth Of Production From Shale Plays In The Us And Potential Outside Us)
Mark Peters, Oil & Gas Financial Journal
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2015 PVF Roundtable Schedule
PVF Roundtable meetings for 2015 will be as follows:
Parking Information: All guest must come in from W. Alabama entrance #7 and park on level 2.5. From this level you will see entrance doors going directly into the mall. The hotel will be directly to the left upon entering. Guest can take the elevators from the mall floor up to the 4th floor, or 3rd floor (mall level) if the event is being held in the Galleria ballroom.
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In our constant effort to provide our membership and guests with the most outstanding facilities available for our quarter-annual meetings, we have secured both guaranteed meeting space and discounted guest rooms at Houston’s
Westin Galleria, 5060 West Alabama.
Our new meeting facilities are located right across the street from our previous location at the J. W. Marriott. Our 2015 meeting dates remain on Tuesdays— February 10th, May 19th, August 18th, and October 13th.
Phillip Richard Dalton (Dick), 81, died May 3, 2015 in Houston, Texas. Dick will be dearly missed by daughter, Margie, son Mitchell and wife, Kelley, and daughter, Amanda and husband Robert Carlin, and life partner, Terrylin Neale. He was greatly loved by his adored grandchildren, Lindsey Gideon, Travis and Ashley Dalton, Cameron Carlin, and by his brother, Russ and wife, Mary, and cherished family members and friends.
He is predeceased by his former wife, Carolyn Driskell Dalton, and by his parents, Phil and Alice Dalton.
Dick was a proud graduate of Georgia Tech and maintained long friendships with high school friends in Greenville, S.C. His long business career included executive positions with Tubesales and Gulf Supply. For the past 15 years, he and Margie have partnered in I.F.C., an independent manufacturer’s representative sales company.
Dick’s life was focused on his family. His highest calling was to be present and available to his children and grandchildren. He especially enjoyed attending baseball and soccer games, dance and band recitals, school plays, and Boy Scout events— anything that would show his devotion.
He was known for his loyalty to and support of a large circle of friends, who relied upon his advice and counsel. No man could show more patience, tolerance, wisdom, acceptance, unwavering support and contentedness with his life than Dick Dalton.
Dick’s personal style was most evident in his leading the Stephen Ministries program for 24 years at First United Methodist Church, Houston. His guidance in supporting others who were facing difficult life challenges was legendary. Many lives have been touched by Dick Dalton’s grace.
A celebration of Dick’s life will be held Saturday, May 9, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., at First United Methodist Church, 1320 Main Street, Houston 77002, with a reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to: The Stephen Ministries program, First United Methodist Church, 1320 Main Street, Houston, Texas 77002.