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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Robertson, Hamilton plan August wedding in Euless

Len and Susan Robertson of Arlington announce the engagement of their daughter, Lindsay Marie Robertson of Arlington, to Matthew Thomas Hamilton of Abilene.

He is the son of Chuck and Martha Hamilton of Midland and his grandparents are Jack and Willie Hamilton of Pecos.

The couple to marry Aug. 18, at First Baptist Church in Euless.

Moabed named area engineer for TxDOT

Mohammad Moabed, the New Mexico Department of Transportation's head engineer in Roswell since May 1997, has been named as the new Fort Stockton-Pecos Area Engineer and assumed those duties today, according to Lauren D. Garduno, District Engineer for the Texas Department of Transportation's Odessa District.

In Moabed's new job, he will oversee highway construction and maintenance in Pecos, Reeves and Terrell counties _ which covers 9,758 square miles with over 3,189 lane-miles of highway. He succeeds Paul Hoelscher, who transferred to Abilene as district construction engineer after four years at Fort Stockton.

Jerry McGuairt, a 36-year veteran of the Fort Stockton Area office, has been acting manager since Hoelscher's departure.

Moabed, a 15-year New Mexico highway department veteran, earned a civil engineering degree from New Mexico State University at Las Cruces in 1980.

He began his career in Santa Fe, where he was an engineer intern in that district office before transferring to Roswell in 1982. He became Roswell's city engineer in 1987 and went to Cathedral City, Calif., in 1990 as its city engineer. He returned to New Mexico Department of Transportation in 1993 as technical support engineer and became the state's maintenance engineer in 1995, before returning to Roswell in 1997.

He and his wife, Christina, are parents of two children: daughter, Parisa, 23, and son, Pouyan, 21. Both are attending New Mexico State University.

Nursing graduation ceremony set

Odessa College's Vocational Nursing Program, Monahans extension, will hold its graduation ceremony at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Aug. 3, at Deadrick Auditorium on the OC campus.

A reception will follow in the recital hall of the Jack Rodgers Fine Arts Building.

For more information, contact Monahans Vocational Nursing Program chair Geneo Roberts at 943-5368.

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