Thunderstruck Resources Ltd. (TSXV:AWE) released an update on its recent corporate activities, noting that Michael L. Page has been appointed to its board of directors.
Thunderstruck Resources Ltd. (TSXV:AWE) released an update on its recent corporate activities, noting that Michael L. Page has been appointed to its board of directors. Furthermore, William Anthony Brook has been hired as the in-country manager for the company’s Fiji properties.
Dale Wallster has resigned as director due to “time constraints and other corporate responsibilities.”
Page and Brook both have expertise in the industry:
As President of Maple Minerals, Mr Page developed the reopening plan and permitted the Caribou zinc- lead-silver VMS mine before selling it to Trevali Mining. Mr Page also led the team that discovered the giant Kamoa copper deposit in the DRC Copper Belt, as well as Norilsk Nickel’s discovery of a 4.4 billion pound nickel deposit. He is a Fellow of both The Society of Economic Geologists and the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He will continue to be the Company’s Qualified Person.
Mr Brook is a graduate of the University of Tasmania with over 40 year’s experience in the industry, including senior positions with Australian and international exploration and mining companies. Mr Brook has been working as a geologist in Fiji since 1980, and with the formation of Geopacific Limited in 1986 conducted preliminary sampling on Thunderstruck’s portfolio of properties before discovering the Tuvatu gold deposit to the northwest.
Bryce Bradley, president and CEO of Thunderstruck, commented:
We welcome the addition of Mike and Bill to our team. Thunderstruck will rely on their respective expertise to assist us in liaising with the Fijian government and landowners, and to develop cost-effective and high-quality exploration and drilling programs.