"To be quiet surrounded by the beauty of nature,
is to rest in the arms of God"
“The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement has confirmed that the cementing operation on the Macondo well was successful, that the well has been permanently sealed with cement plugs, and that pressure tests verify the integrity of the plugs”.
Finally it’s dead
In recognition of all whose heroic efforts brought this to a conclusion......Prayers being sent for the fishing industries to resume, and all future drilling to be as safe and reliable as possible, so the people’s of the gulf can return to their livelihoods. Also for our earth to heal from the damage we humans inflict upon it.
~~~~~~~~~~Not to be forgotten~~~~~~~~
Eleven crew members died during the April 20 explosion; 115 were rescued.
*Jason Anderson, 35, toolpusher, of Midfield, Texas. He and his wife Shelley have two children.
*Dale Burkeen, 37, a crane operator from outside Philadelphia. He and wife, Rhonda, have two children.
*Donald Clark, 49, assistant driller, of Newellton, La. He and his wife, Sheila, have four children.
*Stephen Curtis, 39, assistant driller, of Georgetown, La. He and his wife Nancy have two children.
*Gordon Jones, 28, mud engineer, of near Baton Rouge, La. He left behind a pregnant wife, Michelle, and a son.
*Roy Wyatt Kemp, 27, assistant driller, of Jonesville, La. He and his wife, Tracy, have two daughters
*Karl Kleppinger, 38, floorhand, of Natchez, Miss. He left behind his wife, Tracy, and a 17-year-old son.
*Dewey Revette, 48, driller, of State Line, Miss. He and his wife, Sherri, have two children.
*Shane Roshto, 22, roustabout, of Franklin County, Miss. He left behind his wife, Natalie.
*Adam Weise, 24, floorhand, of Yorktown, Texas. He was not married.
The future of the well being of our earth, it’s inhabitants, the renewable energy and oil industries, depends on each one of us. Only through self education, personal effort and taking nothing for granted can this be accomplished.