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The 2005 SME Distinguished Member Award  

Awarded To: Arthur A. Schweizer


In recognition and appreciation of outstanding service to the minerals industry and to the Society.
Art is a 1970 Graduate of the Univ of Missouri-Rolla with a B.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering. In 2000 he received a Professional Degree from the Metallurgical Dept at the Univ of Missouri-Rolla. During his 30 year career in Mining, Art started out with Phelps Dodge and Carlin Gold Mining Co before settling in with Cominco American for over 20 years. Over those 20 years he was with Magmont Mine in Bixby, Missouri, Buckhorn Mine in Elko, Nevada and finally the Glenbrook Nickel Operation in Riddle, Oregon.

In 1998 left Cominco American and went into business for himself by purchasing Green Diamond Sand Products, an Industrial Minerals property, located in Riddle, Oregon. Over the last 8 years Green Diamond has been growing and expanding in a very rapid pace, which includes an additional plant now located in Portland, Oregon.

Art has been involved with SME for over 30 years both on a local and national level, advancing through the Mineral Processing Division. He has served several years on the Board of Directors, Investment Committee, was Vice President of Finance from 1998 – 2001 and served as President of SME in 2004.

About The SME Distinguished Member Award:

The Distinguished Member Award, established in 1975, is presented to a select few who have distinguished themselves by demonstrating significant and sustained contributions to the minerals industry and to SME. There must be some contributions to both the industry and SME, though significant and sustained contributions can be to either one.

   
 



 
 
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