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MINING PEOPLE: Crocodile Gold, Northern Superior, Ressources Appalaches, Star Uranium, and Themac Resources

The new president and CEO of Toronto-based Crocodile Gold is Rodney D. Lamond. His 25 years of experience in the mining industry include management positions with Nyrstar that took him through operations and project development in a number of...


The new president and CEO of Toronto-based Crocodile Gold is Rodney D. Lamond. His 25 years of experience in the mining industry include management positions with Nyrstar that took him through operations and project development in a number of international sites.

John Pollesel, previously COO for Vale’s North Atlantic operations, has joined the board of Northern Superior Resources in Sudbury, ON. He holds an Honours BA in accounting and an MBA from the University of Waterloo and Laurentian University, respectively.

Ressources Appalaches of Rimouski, QC, has added Andre J. Rancourt to its technical team as it works its Dufferin gold project in Nova Scotia. He will serve as the deputy mine manager. Rancourt brings more than 20 years of geotechnical engineering and rock mechanics expertise to the project.

Jim Engdahl has been named president and CEO of Saskatoon-based Star Uranium Corp. He has been a board member since March 2013.

Vancouver-based Themac Resources Group has appointed Jeffrey Smith its COO. His engineering, operating and maintenance experience includes three years as mine engineer at the former Copper Flat copper-molybdenum mine in New Mexico. Themac is currently working on a feasibility study for the reopening of the pit in 2015.


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