Our thanks go to everyone who made the trip to Windwalker and helped us do our part to benefit these veterans. You are appreciated.
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James McMath nails a clay for Integrity's team during the Faces of Freedom sporting clays tournament. James, who is a drilling supervisor for EOG Resources, was welcomed by the Integrity crew to join them for the occasion, along with a handful of other EOG professionals. Working together, the EOG and Integrity teams have turned on the tap on a huge number of Permian basin oil wells.
Scott Riley, left, talks with Mark Everitt. Scott is a field service manager (FSM) for Integrity. Mark is the company's equipment/operations manager. A sidelight: Scott and CEO Kelly Connally have known each other since Scott was a schoolboy. Kelly coached Scott in baseball. Many of Integrity's employees have relationships with one another that go back to years (and places) prior to their arrivals at Integrity.
The event's auctioneer kept things rolling during some brisk buying action. Numerous shotguns, rifles, and handguns - all of them donated - were auctioned, as well as other valuable offerings, including some hunts and other prizes. Often the winning bidder, who might have spent thousands to get the prize, turned around and donated it right back to the house, to be auctioned all over again, for yet more charitable funds. Proceeds benefited Freedom Service Dogs, which provides trained service dogs at no cost to deserving veterans, children, and other individuals.