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Background Information

Employment History

Executive

New Mexico State University


President

Artesia MainStreet Inc


Affiliations

Yates Petroleum Corporation

Board Member


New Mexico MainStreet Inc

Board Member


Financial Markets Center

Board Member


Education

Artesia High School


bachelor's degree

petroleum engineering

University of Texas at Austin


honorary doctorate

NMSU's College of Business


master's degree

University of Texas at Austin


Web References(32 Total References)


www.mveda.com

Pete V. Domenici Hall will have one of the few large auditoriums on campus, funded through a significant contribution from the PY Foundation, led by Peyton Yates of Artesia, in honor of his parents.
Yates served as an Executive in Residence in NMSU's College of Business and received an honorary doctorate from NMSU in 2010.


roncamunez.com [cached]

NMSU will honor Del Archuleta, an NMSU engineering graduate and successful businessman, and Peyton Yates, a successful businessman and NMSU supporter, with honorary degrees during the ceremonies.
Yates was born in Artesia, N.M., and graduated from Artesia High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering in 1965 and his master's degree in 1966 from the University of Texas at Austin. He worked for the Yates companies in various capacities, most recently as president of both Yates Drilling Company and Yates Petroleum Corporation until his retirement from both in 2007. Yates continues to serve on the companies' boards of directors. Yates is currently an executive in residence in NMSU's College of Business where his duties include mentoring and helping students with business projects, and lending his expertise to NMSU's Domenici Institute and other programs where his knowledge of business and energy is valuable. He has supported numerous departments across the university through giving for the past 24 years. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2010 - GO AGGIES!


www.lcsun-news.com

Peyton Yates
NMSU will honor Del Archuleta, an NMSU engineering graduate and businessman, and Peyton Yates, a businessman and NMSU supporter, with honorary degrees during the spring ceremony. Yates was born in Artesia and graduated from Artesia High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering in 1965 and his master's degree in 1966 from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2007, he retired as president of both Yates Drilling Co. and Yates Advertisement Petroleum Corp. though he continues to serve on the companies' boards of directors. Yates is currently an executive in residence in NMSU's College of Business where his duties include mentoring and helping students with business projects and lending his expertise to NMSU's Domenici Institute and other programs where his knowledge of business and energy is valuable.


www.yatespetroleum.com

Peyton Yates
Director


www.abqjournal.com

Peyton Yates weighs in on the immigration controversy in Artesia. Yates said the bigger question is "the mess that our government created by its failure to draw borders, properly protect those borders, and then let people know that those borders and boundaries are protected." (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)
Peyton Yates weighs in on the immigration controversy in Artesia. Yates said the bigger question is "the mess that our government created by its failure to draw borders, properly protect those borders, and then let people know that those borders and boundaries are protected. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal) Aromatic barbecue smoke wafts through the air from grills cooking Fourth of July fare for a downtown block party. Peyton Yates, an executive with Yates Petroleum and Santo Petroleum, says the question must be considered with compassion, but there's another issue that needs to be discussed: "The mess that our government created by its failure to draw borders, properly protect those borders, and then let people know that those borders and boundaries are protected."


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