Mr. Joao Carrelo
LUCKY MINERALS APPOINTS NEW PRESIDENT & CEO AND CFO
John Mears has resigned as president,
chief executive officer and director of Lucky Minerals Inc., effective immediately. In a letter to the board of
directors, Mr. Mears stated that his resignation came about as a result of personal and
family matters that require a larger time commitment on his part and that he felt it would
be unfair to the company to continue on as chief executive officer and director at this time.
Lucky's chairman, Joao Carrelo, stated: "While it saddens the board to accept John's
resignation, we understand his need to focus on the health and well-being of his family.
We very much appreciate John's contribution to Lucky Minerals."
Robert Rosner, chief financial officer, executive vice-president and director, has been appointed to take Mr. Mears's place as president and chief executive officer, effective immediately, and he has resigned as chief financial officer and executive vice-president. He is being
replaced in the capacity of chief financial officer by Sebastian Tang, CPA. Mr. Tang has been involved in
the accounting and preparation of the company's financial statements for the past year
and is well acquainted with Lucky and its projects. Additionally, Mr. Tang has significant
experience in the financial management and planning of publicly listed issuers in the
mining industry and has held executive positions, including chief financial officer and corporate
controller, in other public and private ventures.
About Lucky Minerals Inc.
Lucky is an exploration and development company targeting large-scale mineral systems in proven
districts with the potential to host world-class deposits.
The Fortuna project
Lucky Minerals holds a 100-per-cent interest in Fortuna, a 550-square-kilometre property in the heart of a
proven and highly mineralized mineral district in Ecuador but which has seen only limited
exploration and has never been drilled.
We seek Safe Harbor.
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