ExxonMobil Foundation donates $10,000 to Driscoll

Mike Carrell, Driscoll Children’s Hospital Governing Board of Directors (from left); Rob Tully, Venture Executive, Gulf Coast Growth Ventures; Bill Cheek, Project Executive & President of Gulf Coast Growth Ventures; Sam L. Susser, Chairman, Driscoll Children’s Hospital Governing Board of Directors; Steve Woerner, President and CEO, Driscoll Health System; and Philip Ramirez, Driscoll Children’s Hospital Governing Board of Directors.
The ExxonMobil Foundation has donated $10,000 to Driscoll Children’s Hospital.

Bill Cheek, Project Executive & President of Gulf Coast Growth Ventures, and Rob Tully, Venture Executive, Gulf Coast Growth Ventures, presented the check to Driscoll representatives.

The Gulf Coast Growth Ventures ExxonMobil SABIC project in San Patricio County near Portland will be the world’s largest ethylene cracker plant, employing 600 people.

“Driscoll Children’s Hospital is grateful for the support of the ExxonMobil Foundation. We are excited to welcome the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures ExxonMobil SABIC project to the Coastal Bend,” said Martha Avery, Vice President, Development, Driscoll Children’s Hospital.