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Randy Trahan


Name: Randy Trahan

Date: August 3, 2018

Circumstance: Phone Call. Mr. Trahan was in his home in California. I called from Washington, D.C.

Details: The fact that any accessible sources that provide insight to life into Venezuela’s residential oil camps is attributable to Randy Trahan. Through his website, http://www.randytrahan.com/ocov/, he has curated a forum where many alumni and their families post their old photos, documents, and testaments to their time. In many ways, his forum and the opportunities it created for research, helped inspire this project. Special thanks to Mr. Trahan for not only talking to me in this conversation, but also for introducing me to the group managing this year’s alumni reunion in Ft. Worth.

Recording:

Part One: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13eYBcrfceJ5KbNfRlKyuOpuqmQZauFRl/view?usp=sharing

Part Two: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Nr2sMsHFk7w9juBGwH6J0V2EIqCnIBIC/view?usp=sharing

Trent Kannegieter (TK): Hi, is this Mr. Trahan?

Randy Trahan (RT): Yes

TK: This is Trent

RT: Hi Trent

TK: How are you doing today?

RT: I’m fine. I’m sitting here expecting your call.

TK: Thank you so much for giving me your time today. I really appreciate it.