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ARAMCO Report - Friday May 30, 2014

Posted by Mehran Aram on Fri, May 30, 2014 @ 17:05 PM

More good news on housing, as completed foreclosures are now officially at the lowest level since the great recession. This according to Corelogic. Given today’s inventory levels, Nationwide it will take 14 months to move all the foreclosures. Meanwhile in May consumer sentiment dipped but the Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index rose to its highest level since October.  Conforming no point 30 year fixed rates average 4 1/8 th with 15 year rates closer to 3 1/8 th, the lowest since November.

And now for something completely different: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were the only two men who signed the Declaration of Independence and also went on to become President of the United States.

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Topics: Reverse Mortgage, and now for something completely different, home purchase, Chicago, Mehran Aram, Interest Rates, CoreLogic, 30 year fixed rates, Declaration of Independence, John Adams, refinance, President, Thomas Jefferson, United States, USA

The Aramco Group Mourns Loss of our Friend, Icon Jerry Coleman

Posted by Athena Bakris on Wed, Jan 8, 2014 @ 20:01 PM

                                                           Jerry Coleman Aramco Ambassador Voice of the Padres

It is with an extremely heavy heart that the Aramco Group offers its deepest and heartfelt condolences for our local icon and good friend, sports announcer Jerry Coleman who passed away on Sunday, January 5,2014. “It’s a terrible day not just for San Diego; It is a terrible day for the entire country who lost an amazing man and decorated war veteran.” said Darius Aram, Director of Marketing and Business Development for the Aramco Group.

“Jerry was an amazing, dynamic man who touched the hearts of those both near and far simply through his voice” Aram continued. A humble man, Jerry “The Colonel” Coleman was formerly a fighter pilot, Major League Baseball second baseman for the New York Yankees and former manager for the San Diego Padres. Coleman had many accolades including rookie of the year in 1949 and All-Star in 1950 as well as appearing in six World Series, winning four during his career as a New York Yankee. After leaving the game to serve his country twice, he would return back to the USA as a Lieutenant Colonel and become a play-by-play announcer for the San Diego Padres. In 2005, Coleman was honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame with the Ford C. Frick award for his broadcasting contributions.  

After having semi-retired, Jerry was most recently involved with the Aramco Group and graciously agreed to work with ARAMCO to record his reading of the Declaration of Independence in July, 2013. Coleman was scheduled to take part in a January 16th workshop for the Aramco Group. “Jerry will always have a place in our hearts and I know he will remain in the heart of anyone who knew him” Aram concluded.

For more about Jerry’s exclusive footage of his reading the Declaration of Independence or his involvement with the Aramco Group, please visit this page on our site.


Topics: The Aramco Group, veterans, Military, Announcer, New York Yankees, Baseball, Declaration of Independence, "The Colonel", San Diego Padres, Jerry Coleman