Merrill Wilber Haas Edit Profile
Student, Kansas U., 1928-1931; Bachelor in Geology, University of Michigan, 1932; postgraduate, Harvard University, 1932-1933.
Paleontologist, Exxon Company United States of America, Houston, 1933-1934;
district geologist, Lago Petroleum Corporation, Venezuela, 1934-1936;
paleontologist, Lago Petroleum Corporation, Venezuela, 1936-1938;
paleontologist, Standard Oil. Company, Venezuela, 1938-1941;
division geologist, Creole Petroleum Corporation, Venezuela, 1941-1949;
area geologist, Standard Oil Company. New York City, 1949-1950;
with, Carter Oil Corporation, Tulsa, 1950-1960;
successively chief geologist exploration manager, director, vice president, Carter Oil Corporation, Tulsa, 1957-1960;
vice president for exploration, Exxon Company, United States of America, Houston, 1960-1975;
private practice petroleum consultant, since 1975.
Merrill W. Haas distinguished visiting professor geology, 1973.
The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.
As human beings people are a part of a cruel and violent and unjust world that feels like it cannot be changed. By accepting forgiveness and liberation, God enables to resist evil and to live life that can make this world a better place.
Fellow Geological Society of America. Member American Association Petroleum Geologists (president 1974-1975, Sidney Powers Memorial medal 1986, trustee 1976-1991, chairman foundation 1989-1991), Tulsa Geological Society, Paleontological Research Institute (president 1973-1975), Houston Geological Society, The Explorers Club, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Acacia. Clubs: Petroleum. Lodges: Masons.
Married Maria Lara, June 10, 1944. Children: Mariella, Merrill Wilber, Maria Cecilia, Frederick Harold.
1933 - 1934
1934 - 1936
1936 - 1938
1938 - 1941
1941 - 1949
1949 - 1950
1950 - 1960
1960 - 1975
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