Salvador B. Brouwer

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"Mr. Brouwer spent 30 years working for Falconbridge in Canada and the Americas. He was also part of the team that resulted in the discovery of Cerro de Maimon, currently under exploitation by Perilya, and several other discoveries such as Loma Pesada, Cerro Kiosco, Dona Amanda y Anomalia B.

"After retiring, Mr. Brouwer founded Brouwer & Associates and became a consultant for several exploration companies and a director of several international corporations. Mr. Brouwer is founding member of the Dominican Geological Society and was the second President of the Dominican Mining Chamber."[1]


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  1. Everton Resources Board, organizational web page, accessed May 31, 2013.