Many Infill Thinking readers know Scott Pegram, and it is with a heavy heart that we write this post today.
Scott spent four years at Halliburton on the front lines of the frac supply chain where he managed sand logistics in the good old days before local sand (2013-2015). Then he ran R.L. Walker before coming to DFW to lead at Rickman Transport where he helped get their equipment project commercialized. Scott was very well known in the industry and very well liked by everyone that had the good fortune to cross his path. He has been highly visible in the frac business over the past 5-10 years.
Gone far, far too young, Scott leaves behind a wife and two very young children (1 and 3).
Those that knew him (or recognize the name) may wish to spend a moment thinking of him and paying tribute here: Scott Hayden Pegram of Aledo, Texas | 1987 – 2021 | Obituary
And if you can…
To continue Scott’s legacy, a trust has been created for the benefit of his two young children. Contributions may be made in the name of: The CS & MR Pegram Education and Support Trust. Please email [email protected] for additional information or mail funds to
1415 S Voss, Suite 110-212
Houston, Texas 77057.
The oilfield will miss Scott Pegram’s talent and warm smile, may he rest in peace.