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The 2007 Ben F. Dickerson Award  

Awarded To: Frederick T. Graybeal


Frederick T. Graybeal received an AB in geology from Dartmouth College in 1960, followed by MS and PhD degrees from the University of Arizona. He taught economic geology for one year as an instructor at the University of Arizona and has held various positions in the mining industry, principally with ASARCO Incorporated as an exploration geologist for base and precious metals. In 2003 he retired from Asarco where he had been Chief Geologist since 1980. He then joined Maximus Ventures Ltd., a Toronto Venture Exchange-listed company, as President and CEO and retired again in 2006. He is a member of the SME, SEG, GSA, AGS, SGA, and PDAC, has worked on committees for several of those groups, and is a past vice president of the Society of Economic Geologists. He has also served on two committees of the National Research Council, on geoscience advisory boards of several universities, and has published on various scientific and professional subjects. He now consults, participates in a porphyry copper research project in Arizona with the U. S. Geological Survey, and is a director or advisor to several public exploration and mining companies. He currently lives in New Jersey with his wife Carol. Their daughter, Anne, is chair of the English Department at The Webb Schools in California.

About The Ben F. Dickerson Award:

The Ben F. Dickerson, III Award, established in 1987, recognizes professionalism and contributions to the mining industry.

   
 



 
 
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