BRADFORD, PA – May 26, 2017 – The Penn Brad Oil Museum will honor Harvey L. Golubock, retired President of American Refining Group and Paul A Philips, retired co-owner of Phillips and Dart Well Services at its annual Yellow Dog Award Dinner on Saturday June 10, 2017 at six o’clock in the evening at the Pennhills Club in Bradford, PA.
The Yellow Dog Award was instituted to honor individuals for their outstanding leadership in the oil and gas industry and dedication to helping the Penn Brad Oil Museum preserve the history of the Bradford Oil Field and the unique culture that developed along with it.
Harvey L. Golubock, a long-time director of the Museum, with extensive community involvement, has had a long and distinguished career in the oil industry. As president of American Refining Group he was instrumental in rebuilding the Bradford Refinery business after its sale by Witco. He has given generously of his time and expertise to the Museum.
Paul A. Phillips, also a long-time director or the Museum, has had a lifetime career in the local oil industry, first with Pennzoil and later as active partner in Phillips and Dart Oilfield Service. He was also an independent oil producer. Paul has been very generous to the Museum with his time, resources and vast expertise, many times behind the scenes.
We are honored and proud to have both of these gentlemen associated with the Museum and look forward to future continuation of that involvement.
The evening’s festivities will include sumptuous hors d’oeuvres, complimentary wine at dinner, live music, and a superb dinner prepared by the club’s gourmet chef. Reservations may be made by calling the Museum at 814-362-1955 or visiting http://pennbradoilmuseum.org/. The cost of the dinner is $75.00 per person and there are also opportunities for congratulating the recipients by placing an ad in the recognition Journal that will be given to each participant.