Douglass C. Boseman
Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman
Mr. Boseman served in the United States Marine Corp from 1965 through 1976. Mr. Boseman entered the Marine Corp as an enlisted man and, after passing the College Equivalency Exam, was selected for Officer Candidate's School in 1966, attaining the rank of Captain as a Naval Flight Officer aboard the Marine Fighter F-4 aircraft designated as the McDonnell-Douglas Phantom. Mr. Boseman served with combat distinction and valor in Vietnam from June 1969 to June 1970, operating out of the Chu Lai Marine Air Base south of Danang, receiving numerous combat air metals and two combat air metals with V distinction.
Mr. Boseman attended Clemson University, the Baptist College, and Trident Technical College with primary studies in Economics, Accounting, Hotel Management, and Marketing with a minor emphasis in International Trade and Financial. Mr. Boseman continued his studies through various employment positions in Petroleum Geology, Petroleum Engineering, International Finance, Mineral Extraction Process Engineering, and Landman requirements.
Mr. Boseman was retained as an economic project analyst and engineering consultant from 1976 to 1989 by several Canadian oil companies and American oil companies with duty in Calgary, Vancouver, Texas, Kansas, California, Georgia, and Costa Rica, including extensive travel in Germany and Switzerland involving these companies' projects. Mr. Boseman supervised the acquisition of extensive oil and gas leases in Texas and Kansas as well as supervised the funding and completion of over one hundred wells in these States during this period. Mr. Boseman also analyzed oil farmout projects for clients throughout the world. Mr. Boseman, during the period from 1974 to 1976, assisted in the establishment and development of a small business computer company, and operated a full service accounting and bookkeeping company.
In 1989, Mr. Boseman contracted with Fallon Mining Company in Nevada to assist in its acquisition of mineral acreage, exploration, and the development of an extraction process for its ore body. Mr. Boseman engages the services of other professionals when required. In 1993, Mr. Boseman formed Bose Industries, Inc. to be able to provide an extended engineering and mine management service to small mining development companies. Mr. Boseman has been instrumental in the design of FMC's flotation-cell FOXS system as well as the acquisition and verification of FMC's ore body. In 1994, Mr. Boseman formed Kingfisher Sand & Gravel, Inc. to act as a land holding company and an excavation company to assist Fallon Mining. Mr. Boseman has maintained the positions of Chief Executive Officer and President of Fallon Mining since 1989.
Rocky Mountain Law Institute, Colorado
American Chemical Society, Ohio
ASM, The Materials Information Society, Ohio
International Precious Metals Institute, Florida
American Legion, Lifetime Membership, Washington, D.C.
Disabled American Veterans Commander Club membership
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) lifetime membership, Kansas
Joyce A. Meyer
Mrs. Meyer is a founding Director of the Fallon Mining Company, Inc. in 1988 and has been re-elected to this position since incorporation. Mrs. Meyer was engaged as Administrative Office Manager and bookkeeper for 5 Commodity companies located in Modesto, California until her appointment to the Board in 1988.
Mrs. Meyer >s corporate responsibilities involve all Administrative functions of the Company, to include, auditing support, cash management, insurance, and shareholder/human relations.
RESUME - ERIC JACKALIN
Professional Engineer - License Number #005215
Order of Engineers of Quebec
Qualifications: I am a currently licensed engineer with the Order of engineers of Quebec since 1950 and a 1950 graduate engineer of McGill University, Montreal, Canada. I am qualified to calculate mineral reserves based on generally accepted engineering procedures set forth in the Canadian Mining Regulations, which are accepted Worldwide. An engineer's Proven Reserve calculations of a mineral prospect depend on the validity of the assay, and coring, work performed, and are based on those supplied. In the case of Fallon Mining Company, Inc.'s assay values, I was the custodial engineer on one set of samples.
Military: I served in the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.
I retired as Vice-president of Hawker Siddeley Canada Limited in 1983. Prior to this position, from 1973 to 1980, I was the General Manager of Canadian Car Pacific Division, Vancouver, British Columbia, which is a major North American manufacturer of sawmill and heavy equipment. At the same time, I was the President and Chairman of American Sawmill Machinery Company, Corinth, Mississippi and a Director of Can Car, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to these positions, I was the General Manager of Canadian Steel Wheel Division, Montreal, Quebec, which is an integrated plant, producing steel ingots and wrought steel railway wheels. During these periods, and after, I maintained an active interest in several mineral projects located in Canada, along with many of my geological college friends, who were actively involved in this Industry.
Mineral Industry History:
In 1990, I was requested to view a Nevada property owned by Fallon Mining Company, Inc. for several Canadian geologists and businessmen. I devised a 40-acre acre grid sampling program, which was conducted totally as an independent sampling gathering and assay project, controlled by myself and John Hewgill, a McGill graduate Canadian geologist. Based on the custodial assay results of this 40-acre grid, and a complete review of the past mineral documentation, it was determined that the Nevada project appeared feasible, and I advised that further work to verify the commercial aspects of the project should commence.
From 1990 to present, I have been requested by Fallon Mining Company, Inc., and others, when applicable, to view and comment on further mineral verification work, extraction technology, a full geological and assay program, devise mining site plans for various size acreage tracts, and other custodial work performed by the below listed professional persons, and entities, for Fallon Mining Company, Inc.. In most cases, I personally met some of these professionals and was free to discuss any matter with them. I have also had full, and complete, access to Fallon Mining Company, Inc.'s complete files and datum. I am not employed by Fallon Mining Company, Inc., and act as a consultant when requested. The below reports were reviewed by me in the preparation of all Valuation Reports concerning Sections 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35.
Dr. Donald Jordan, Arizona Assayer License Number # 19127, various custodial reports 1995 through present
B.T.C., Scottsdale, Arizona, Siegfried Bremer, Analytical Metallurgist, various reports 1990 through 1995
LeDoux Laboratories, Teaneck, New Jersey, Dr. Paul Blumberg, reports 1993 through 1996
J. Paul Sawyer, FGS, FIMM, P.Eng, C.Eng, Canadian and United Kingdom licensed, custodial reports 1995 through 1999
Imperial College, Silwood Park, Berkshire, England, Dr. Kym E. Jarvis, custodial report 1996
Porter Geotechnical Services, Reno, Nevada, full custodial geological and coring report 1995
Sierra Laboratories, Inc, New Mexico, Ray Steele, custodial reports 1995 through 1999
VORTEX Laboratories, Dr. Myra Dunkel, Belgium licensed Metallurgist, reports 1992
Inland Aqua Tech Laboratories, Lee Henry, degreed Chemist and Metallurgical Chemist, custodial reports 1990 through 1998
Lybold, Hannau, Germany, Electron Beam Furnace, Dr. Michael Romberg, German Metallurgical Engineer, a Division of Degussa, 1993 to present
Serjan Volocovick, Metallurgical Engineer custodial flotation report 2000
Iceman Laboratories, Greg Iceman, custodial reports August/September 2000
Gerhard Mercator Universitat Duisburg (University of Duisburg), Duisburg, Germany, Professor Dr. Heinz-Martin Kuss, custodial report 2001
TALECON, Duisburg, Germany, Professor Dr. Heinz-Martin Kuss, custodial report 2002
John Hewgill, retired, Geology and Business Executive (905) 469-6550
Robert Harwood, retired, Investment Broker (514) 489-1881
Alex Rolland, retired, General Motors Canada, Comptroller (813) 383-3281
Russell Bremner, retired, Business Executive (416) 429-9939
Liam Dwyer, retired, Business Executive (705) 687-4551
Wallace Patch, retired, Business Executive (514) 891-3260
Lee Henry, President - B.S., Chemistry 1966, Oregon State University
Mr. Henry has worked for the following clients from 1957 to presently heading Inland Aqua Tech’s Laboratory and Recovery Research Center in Spokane, Washington:
OREGON METALLURGICAL as an Analytical and Metallurgical Chemist (research and production on Air Force strategic metals); WAH CHANG CORPORATION as Analytical and Metallurgical Chemist (metal process from ingot to military plate metal); WATER TREATMENT CORPORATION OF AMERICA (WATCOA) as Director of Laboratories (water treatment); THE MOGUL CORPORATION as Corporate Director of Laboratories in United States and Canada (environmental processes); CH20, Inc. As President and General Manager (water treatment); CHEMCOA as Vice President (water treatment); and previously in the position with INLANDAQUATECH COMPANY, INC. as President and General Manager (water treatment). Mr. Henry has extensive experience in establishing and operating laboratories as well as process plants.
Mr. Henry maintains membership in the National Association of Power Engineers; the Portland Industrial Chemists Society; National Water Pollution Association; and the National Air Pollution Association.
James J. Schwab, Director of Technology
EnviroCare International, Inc.
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with High Honors, 1969
Tri-State University, Angola, Indiana
Graduate Studies at the University of Washington and the University of Chicago
1997-Present - Director of Technology, EnviroCare International Inc., American Canyon, CA – Responsible for the development and improvement of all gas cooling and gas cleaning technology.
1994-1997 - Director of Engineering, EnviroCare International - Responsible for the review and approval of corporate wide engineering for all gas cleaning projects.
1982-1993 – Director of Product Development, EnviroCare International - Responsible for improvements in product technology and new product development.
1973-1981 – Vice President and Director of Research and Development, Air Pollution Systems, Inc., Seattle, WA - Directed projects to develop technologies to separate fine particles and aerosols from industrial waste gases using on HV electrical discharges. Developed several patented technologies leading to novel marketable air pollution control equipment and processes.
1969-1972 – Research Engineer, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA - Performed experimental research on solid rocket propulsion systems ranging from physical and combustion properties of solid propellants to the fluid dynamics of rockets, rocket nozzles and ICBMs.
Inventor - Patents Granted:
Cool Gas Generator – aircraft escape slide inflation system. (assigned to The Boeing Co.)
High Intensity Ionizer – novel HV discharge for particle charging. (assigned to GeoEnergy)
WESP – tubular wet electrostatic precipitator with rigid electrodes. (assigned to GeoEnergy)
Acoustic Horn – intense, low frequency sound generator for particle removal in fabric filters, electrostatic precipitators, fan housings, silos and ductwork. (assigned to APCO Services)
MicroMist Spray Nozzles – multiple applications including gas cooling, waste fuel combustion and particle/acidic gas collection technologies. (assigned to EnviroCare)
Improved Venturi Scrubber – energy efficient collector for fine submicron particulate, heavy metal fumes, and acidic gases in industrial process gases. (assigned to EnviroCare)
Microfine Lime (ML) Scrubber – for acidic gas emission abatement. (assigned to EnviroCare)
Reactive Plume Abatement System – novel chemical scrubbing technology used to reduce and abate visible secondary plumes from industrial process gases. (assigned to EnviroCare)
Publications – numerous technical papers, journal articles and related publications in the fields of evaporative gas cooling and air pollution control technology.
Seminars and Training – conducted numerous technology transfer and training seminars, both Domestically and Internationally, focusing on the application of novel pollution abatement equipment and process technologies.
Member of Who’s Who in Engineering (USA) – included in the Executives and Professionals Edition for 2003-2004.
WILLIAM W. MOORE
M.S. Civil Engineer
M.B.A, University of California, Berkeley, 1967
M.S., Civil Engineering, Stanford University, 1963
B.S., Civil Engineering, Stanford University, 1962
Professional Engineering Registrations:
Professional Engineer, California (1968 by Examination)
Professional Geotechnical Engineer, California (1987 by Experience)
Professional Engineer, Arizona (1987 by Reciprocity)
Professional Engineer, United Kingdom (1971 by Examination)
Professional Engineer, Colorado (1978 by Reciprocity)
Professional Engineer Nevada (2001 by Reciprocity)
40-hour OSHA training in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.120
8-hour OSHA Supervisor training course
8-hour OSHA Supervisors Training, 11/97
OSHA Excavation Safety/Competent Person Training
First Aid/CPR - 12/97
Summary of Experience:
General: Mr. Moore has more than 30 years of experience as a senior executive in civil engineering and environmental services companies. Mr. Moore has extensive skills and expertise in the areas of project management, Geotechnical and environmental engineering, surface and subsurface hydrology, groundwater contaminant transport, and technology application.
Engineering/Remediation Resources Group (ERRG, INC.) Current
Mr. Moore was a founder of ERRG, Inc. in October 1, 1997, and is currently its Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. As the COO and CFO for ERRG, Mr. Moore is responsible for managing day-to-day operations, negotiating company contracts and subcontracts, monitoring warehouse and inventory, and reviewing all bids and proposals, and is responsible for managing projects, performing Civil and Geotechnical engineering, as overall company management. He has extensive experience in Civil and Geotechnical Engineering, Project Management and Office Management.
Recent project work with ERRG includes:
Civil engineering design for the Molycorp. waste containment feasibility study.
Specialty pavement designs to accommodate difficult soil conditions for the Hertz
Equipment yards in Richmond, California and Fife, Washington.
Groundwater treatment system slab design for the Miraido Corp. redevelopment
project in San Jose, California.
Structural design certification for decarbonator structures at Mobil Oil - West Basin
and Dublin-San Ramon Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Geotechnical consulting for an excavation in a levee over very soft Bay Muds.
Geotechnical consulting on a slope stability problem in the Oakland Hills, Oakland, California.
Mr. Moore has also maintains a geotechnical design engineering practice specializing
in levy design, pavements, and foundations.
Mr. Moore also provides expert witness services in litigation on this subject.
Prior Experience (31 years)
IT Corporation (10 Years)
General Summary: Mr. Moore was the General Manager of the Denver office (28 to 65 staff), General Manager of the Martinez office (staff of 70), and Regional Manager of offices in the Northwest (5 offices with total staff of 225).
Director, North West Region: Mr. Moore was responsible for overall direction and management of the following IT California and Colorado offices: Martinez, San Jose, Sacramento, Denver, and Richland. Combined staff of these offices was about 225.Activities range from large contracts ($30 million) for environmental consulting at closing Air Force Bases, to specialty state-of-the-art modeling with University of California Lawrence Livermore Laboratory to remediation cleanup and decontamination services. Mr. Moore was responsible for the geotechnical design of wetland/containment levees over soft bay muds at Hamilton Army Airfield (closed).
General Manager Martinez, CA: Mr. Moore was responsible for overall direction and management of the Martinez office with a staff of 72. During this period, projects included extensive remedial investigations (RI) such as Mather Air Force Base, numerous groundwater contamination and cleanup projects, regulatory strategy, compliance studies, risk assessments, and other hazardous waste type projects.
General Manager: Mr. Moore was responsible for the overall management of the Denver Engineering office. During this period the office grew from 30 to 50 staff members. Projects included remedial investigation/Feasibility study (RI/FS), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) closures, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) assessments, hazardous waste facilities planning and various types of hazardous waste cleanups.
Dames & Moore (20 Years)
General Summary: Mr. Moore was the Managing Partner of three Dames & Moore's offices: London (staff up to 65), Denver office (staff 65 to 125), and Cairo project office (Staff up to 25). He was responsible for and managed numerous multi-discipline projects including a major port and industrial zone, an EPA wastewater "Needs" survey, a broad four year environmental services project at DOE's Rocky Flats Site, a major environmental RJ/FS at Mather AFB, and an economic development study for the Sinai Peninsula.
Managing Partner, Denver Office: Mr. Moore was responsible for the overall technical and professional direction of a staff of 70 partners and employees, with revenues averaging $4.5 million per year.
Major Project Work Included:
Project Director for various geotechnical studies ranging from wastewater pond evaluation to preliminary rock stability studies for an underground power house.
Project Director for planning and permitting a 30-megawatt wind energy project.
Resident Project Manger, Sinai Development Study - Phase I, Cairo, Egypt. Responsible for technical and administrative supervision, financial control, scheduling, billing, negotiating contract modifications, and various specific technical and report-writing tasks. The scope of this region study included all aspects of development. Particular attention was focused in economic and social aspects of industrial, agricultural and tourism development. The key resource in the study was water supply; consequently, a great deal of effort was devoted to water resource planning. Approximately fifty professionals were active in the project. Total project costs were about $3.5 million.
Managing Partner, Denver Office: Responsible for overall technical and professional direction of a staff of 130 partners and employees with revenue averaging $5.3 million per year. Professional staff included mining, engineers, exploration geologists, mineral economist, environmental specialist, atmospheric scientists, water resources engineers, water pollution control engineers, and team of advanced-degree scientists working on applied research in fluid mechanics.
Major Project Work Included: Project Director, U.S. EPA 1978 Needs Survey Projectsinvolving coordination of field offices in ten EPA regions with EPA headquarters and state pollution control agencies. The project duration was about 18 months and cost about $2.6 million.
Managing Partner, London Office: Responsible for overall technical and professional direction of a staff up to 65 engineers, scientists, and support staff. Work consisted geotechnical and environmental projects.
Manager of a multi discipline site selection study for a major industrial complex and export terminal in Abu Dhabi.
Manager of an environmental assessment study for an offshore platform construction site near the northwest coast of Scotland for Chicago Bridge & Iron.
Director of a "Grassroots" refinery site investigation on Canvey Island for Occidental Oil. This project involved studies of supporting product tanks on soft soil thereby eliminating pile foundations.
Project Engineer, Chicago, and London Office: Responsible for soils and foundation investigations.
Chevron Oil Company (2 Years)
Staff Civil and Structural Engineer: Structural design engineer; buildings, refinery structures, pressure vessels, offshore platforms. Design work was done in reinforced concrete, steel, and wood; many of the designs required seismic considerations. Cost estimating for civil engineering aspects of petroleum and petrochemical projects.
Project Experience Countries
. Abu Dhabi . Greece . Kuwait . Spain
. Algeria . Indonesia . Libya . Switzerland
. Egypt . Iraq . Portugal . United States
. France . Italy . Saudi Arabia . United Kingdom
. Germany . Korea . Scotland
Affiliations: American Society of Civil Engineers (Fellow)
MICHAEL A. PIMENTEL, CPA
Occupation - Certified Public Accountant
Director and Chief Financial Officer – Fallon Mining Company, Inc. - 1992
Director and Chief Financial Officer – Kingfisher Sand & Gravel, Inc. - 1996
Sole Proprietor - Michael A. Pimentel, Certified Public Accountant
Golden Gate University - M.B.A. (Taxation) with honors, 1982
California State University, Stanislaus - B.A. in Accounting, 1970
Recipient of J. Burton Vasche Award for Outstanding Graduate, 1970
Alumnus of the Year - 1987
CPA Professional Work Background
Proprietor - Michael A. Pimentel, CPA, 9/1/97 to Present
Managing Partner - Pimentel, Stokman & Fitzgerald, CPAs, 12/16/83 to 8/31/97
C.P.A. - Proprietor, 9/1/80 to 12/15/83
Partner - Lowry, Pimentel & Deckard, CPAs, 1973 to 9/1/80
Areas of Practice
Over thirty-five years experience in public CPA practice. Areas of concentration include estate planning, business consulting, income tax planning and preparation for Estates and Trusts (including Estate and Gift Tax Returns), Individuals, Partnerships, Corporations, LLCs and LLPs.
Active Background in Litigation Consulting Services. Experienced in serving as an expert witness, court appointed referee, and as a consultant in various business litigation matters. Experience includes business valuations, calculation of economic damages, wrongful death, personal injury, wrongful termination, age and sex discrimination, product liability, fraud, breach of contract, minority shareholder actions, partnership dissolutions, and marital dissolutions. Served as an expert witness in the United States District Courts for the Northern District of California and the Eastern District of California, and the California Superior Court in Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Merced, and Tuolumne Counties, and testified before the United States Bankruptcy Court and the State Board of Equalization.
Michael A. Pimentel, CPA
1. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants:
AICPA Council - Governing Board at National Level, 10/19/96 TO 09/2002
Member, 1973 to Present
Communications Council, 1991 to 1994
2. California Society of Certified Public Accountants
State Level Activities:
Society Vice President, 1995 - 1996, and 1997 - 1999
Society Treasurer, May 1999 to April 2000
Society Executive Committee, 1995 - 2000
Board of Directors, 1981 - 1982, 1988 - 1989, and 1991 to 2000
Government Relations Committee, 1998 to 2000
Litigation Consulting Committee, 1993 to 1999
Economic Damages Section, 1996 to 2001
Business Valuation Section, 1996 to 2001
Public Relations Committee, 1983 to 1996. Chairperson 1991 - 1994
Active in several state committees and task forces over the past 20 years
San Joaquin CPA Chapter Activities:
Past President of Chapter
Chairperson - Committee on Litigation Services, 1993 to 1998
Active in several chapter committees including: Taxation, Litigation, Nominating, Professional Ethics, Agribusiness, Membership, and Careers in Accounting Committees
3. California Society of Certified Public Accountants Education Foundation
Foundation Board Member, 1991 to 2000
Speaker - 1995 Litigation Advanced Forum. Topic "Creative Resources for Litigation Services"
Planning Committee - 1995 Advanced Litigation Forum
Planning Committee - 1995 Litigation Services Planning Conference
Planning Committee for Annual Tax Accounting Conference
Michael A. Pimentel
CPE Advisory Committee on Tax Education Programs, 1981 - 1990
Chairman, Statewide Farmers Tax Accounting Conference, 1988
Speaker, Statewide Farmers Tax Accounting Conference
Topic - "Tax Planning for Farmers after the Tax Reform Act of 1986"
Planning Committee for Annual Agricultural Outlook Conference,
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