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MINING PEOPLE: Dyno Nobel, Canadian Zinc, Denison Mines, Mason Graphite



Braden Lusk

Dyno Nobel of Salt Lake City, Utah, has named Braden Lusk its new VP of Dynoconsult and applied technology. He earned both a BS and PhD in mining engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla.

Don MacDonald is the new president and CEO at Canadian Zinc Corp. in Vancouver. He was previously CFO at a  number of Canadian mining companies, most recently KGHM International. John Kearney has retired as CEO but retains his seat on the board.

Toronto-based Denison Mines Corp. has asked David Cates, Jack Lundin, Moo Hwan Seo and Patricia Volker to join its board of directors. To facilitate the change, previous directors Kwang-Hee Jeong and Lukas Lundin have resigned.

Mason Graphite of Montreal has added Yves Perron as VP engineering and construction and Michel Clement as project controller. They will oversee the Lac Gueret project through construction to production 285 km north of Baie Comeau, Que.


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