Mike Fuoco and Ray Saunders will be this year’s honorees at a dinner at the Pennhills Club in Bradford.
The Penn Brad Oil Museum will hold a special dinner on June 22 at the Pennhills Club in Bradford at 6 p.m. to honor Mike Fuoco and Ray Saunders with this year’s Yellow Dog Award, for service to the the local oil industry and the Bradford Community. Reservations and sponsorship forms are available at the museum or by calling 814 362-1955.
Fuoco is the “go-to man” when it comes to historical knowledge of Bradford and the oil industry. He has contributed books and research to the museum’s library, particularly in the area of oilfield engines.
Saunders distinguished himself in the leadership of the American petroleum industry. He served as general manager of Kendall Refining Company from 1971 to 1981. Saunders has been generous in providing many artifacts to enhance the museum’s Kendall collection.