|May 03, 2017|
Rokmaster Strenghtens Team and Provides Update on its Duncan Lake Project
|(May 3, 2017, Vancouver, B.C., Canada) - Rokmaster Resources Corp. ("Rokmaster" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that Mr. Theodore ("Ted") Muraro, P. Eng., has joined the Company as a Special Advisor and Geological Consultant for its Duncan Lake Project. Mr. Muraro has dedicated 40 years to the mineral exploration industry, and spent over 30 of those years at Cominco Ltd. ("Cominco") as Chief Geologist and internal Consulting Geologist to Cominco's Exploration Division. While with Cominco, Mr. Muraro carried out a number of geological exploration programs in the area of the Duncan Lake Project culminating in the authoring of his M.Sc. thesis entitled: Stratigraphy, structure and mineralization at the Duncan Mine, Lardeau District, British Columbia. Mr. Muraro holds a B.Ap.Sc. in Geological Engineering from the University of British Columbia and his M.Sc. in Geological Engineering from Queens University. He also completed Post-Graduate studies at Stanford University. Mr. Muraro currently serves as a Director of Imperial Metals Corp. |
John Mirko, Rokmaster's President & CEO said, "We are very fortunate to have Ted join the team to help us execute on our Duncan Lake Project. He possesses a deep knowledge of the Duncan zinc-lead belt stratigraphy and has superior economic geological expertise and experience in the area."
Duncan Lake Project Update
On behalf of the Board of Directors of
ROKMASTER RESOURCES CORP.
John Mirko, President & Chief Executive Officer
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