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A Message from the President
Statement of Purpose
The New Mexico Mining Association is a trade association organized in 1939 and incorporated in 1968. Its membership is composed of: (a) companies that explore for, produce and refine metals, coal and industrial minerals and (b) companies that manufacture and distribute mining and mineral processing equipment and supplies and individuals engaged in these various phases of the mineral industry.
The New Mexico Mining Association serves as a spokesman for the mining industry in New Mexico. It works in cooperation with other state mining associations and the National Mining Association, keeping the industry informed on pending legislation and promulgating constructive programs and action that will adequately recognize and serve mining’s special problems and needs. It serves the industry on a wide range of subjects, such as taxation, environmental quality, public lands, health and safety and education through the expertise of its members and member companies.
The objectives of the New Mexico Mining Association are:
(a) To advance the mineral resources and related industries:
(b) To cooperate with the educational institutions by lending support
to and encouraging interest in, mineral resource education
through such means as are available to the Association:
(c) To cooperate with other industries and trade associations on
matters of mutual concern:
(d) To acquire and disseminate information on mining and mineral
resources to all segments of the population:
(e) To advise and counsel the membership relative to developments
and trends within the mineral resource industries and within the
various legislative bodies, national and state, which affect their
(f) To plan and program such meetings as may be feasible and of
benefit to the membership and the mineral resource and related
INCOME AND BUDGET:
The Association’s annual income and budget are planned to equal each other. The 2010 operating budget is approximately $150,000. The budget is financed through individual, associate and operator member dues and contributions.
STRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT
The Association is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of executives from companies and individuals engaged in all segments of the mining industry. The Board establishes policies and approves the various programs and activities of the Association.
The management of the Association is controlled by the President and a Board of Directors elected annually from the membership of the Association. The daily administration of the Association’s activities is under the supervision of the Executive Director appointed by the Board of Directors annually.
The Association president and vice-president, directors, committee chairmen and members serve without compensation.
President Don Purvis, Mosaic Company Carlsbad
Vice-President Hank McCabe, Chevron Mining, McKinley Mine
Immediate Past President Terry Fletcher, Rio Algom Mining
Executive Director Mike Bowen
LIFE TIME MEMBERS
John T. Atkins, Farmington, New Mexico (Utah International, Inc.)
C. E. McKinney, Gallup, New Mexico (Pittsburg & Midway Coal)
Billy Stevens, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (Kerr-McGee Nuclear Corp.)
Frank Weidner, El Paso, Texas, (Contractors Equipment)
HONORARY BOARD MEMBERS
T. M. Cramer, U. S. Borax & Chemical
F. O. Davis, Potash Company of America
T. O. Evans, A.T. & S. F
Frank Kottlowski, (deceased), NM Bureau of Mines
D. P. Milovich, Phelps Dodge Mining Company
W. P. Morris, Duval Sulphur & Potash Company
K. D. Pauling, (deceased), Lee Ranch Coal Co.
Jack Rust, Rust Tractor
Dave Shoemaker, Molycorp, Inc.
Jack Skinner, The Mine Supply Co.
E. A. Slover, Kennecott Copper Corp.
J. H. Taylor, Peru Mining Co.
A. J. Thompson, NM School of Mines
J. E. Tong, Duval Sulphur & Potash
HALL OF FAME
Marvin Watts, February 3, 2004
H. J. “Doc” Weiler, February 3, 2004
Phelps Dodge Mining Company, September 24, 2004
IMC Potash, September 24, 2004
Dr. George B. Griswold, September 24, 2004
Jack Skinner, February 1, 2005
Molycorp Mining, September 7, 2005
Uranium Industry, September 7, 2005
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, February 9, 2006
Frank Kottlowski, September 14, 2006
Dave Shoemaker, September 25, 2007
James Mason, BHP Billiton, September 4, 2008
Jack Rust, Rust Tractor, September 16, 2010
The Doc Weiler/Marvin Watts Award for Professionalism
H.J. “Doc” Weiler/Marvin Watts were two of the most popular and respected lobbyists ever to walk the halls of the State Capitol. They used their exemplary knowledge of the governmental process to become two of the strongest advocates for New Mexico’s mining industry. Their dedication to mining extended beyond the interests of their clients and benefited the New Mexico Mining Association and Industry as a whole. The one thing that Doc and Marvin were best known for was professionalism.
In honor of these two fine gentlemen, the New Mexico Mining Association in 2005 established the Doc Weiler/Marvin Watts Award for Professionalism. The award is to be given each year the Association’s Annual Legislative Reception and Dinner to any individual member of the NMMA, governmental employee, or lobbyist who has developed a strong and widely respected reputation as an advocate for New Mexico’s mining industry. The recipient must have demonstrated a commitment to issues important to New Mexico’s mining industry over an extended period of time.
The first award was presented in 2006. Following are the recipients to date:
2006 Joe Menapace
2007 Leroy Apodaca
2008 David Abby
2009 Robert “Bob” Darnell
2010 Dr. Dan H. Lopez
2011 Carolyn Clark Loder
The Senator Ben D. Altamirano Award for Legislative Excellence
Senator Ben D. Altamirano was elected as a Senator in the New Mexico Legislature in 1971 and served in this capacity for more than three decades until his death in 2007. During his tenure, he held key leadership positions, including State Senate President Pro Tempore, and served on numerous legislative committees. His service to the State of New Mexico was exceptional, and his dedication to issues important to New Mexico’s mining industry was a constant.
In honor of Senator Altamirano and his commitment to public service and the mining industry, the New Mexico Mining Association in 2005 established the Senator Ben D. Altamirano Award for Legislative Excellence. The award is to be given each year at the Association’s Annual Legislative Reception and Dinner to an outstanding elected official who has made significant contributions to New Mexico and its mining industry. Because this award is intended for outstanding public service and dedication to the mining industry over an extended period, this award is given to a qualified elected official only once in a lifetime.
The first award was given in 2006 and the recipient was of course Senator Ben D. Altamirano. Following are the recipients to date:
2007 Senator Joe Fidel
2008 Senator Carlos Cisneros
2009 State Representative John A. Heaton
2010 Senator Richard Martinez
2011 Senator Clinton Harden, Jr.
New Mexico Mining Association
1470 St. Francis Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 820-NMMA (6662) * Fax (505) 982-3570
E-mail: nmma@comcast net
2010-2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President Vice President
Don Purvis Hank McCabe
Mosaic Potash Carlsbad Chevron Mining,
P. O. Box71 McKinley Mine
Carlsbad, NM 88221 P. O. Box 4590
(575) 628-6211 Gallup, NM87305
Fax (575) 887-7812 (505) 371-6235
Fax (505) 371-6203
Immediate Past President
Rio Algom Mining (Retired)
A. P. (Tony) Trujillo Mitch Knapton
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Lee Ranch Coal Company
Director, Government Relations P. O. Box 757
P. O. Box 2860 Grants, NM 87020
Silver City, NM 88062 (505) 285-2814
Office: (575) 538-4502 (505) 285-4650
Fax: (575) 537-8020
Phil Howard Richard A. Van Horn
Chevron Mining, Inc. Uranium Resources, Inc.
Questa Mine P. O. Box 888
P. O. Box 469 Crownpoint, NM 87313
Taos, NM 87556 (505) 786-5845
(575) 586-7521 Fax: (505) 786-5854
Dr. Dan H. Lopez Pat Risner
New Mexico Institute of Mining BHP NM Coal
and Technology 300 W. Arrington, Suite 200
801 Leroy Place Farmington, NM 87402
Socorro, NM 87801 (505) 598-4361
(505) 835-5836 Fax (505) 598-3361
Fax (575) 835-5252
Tim Lewis Steve McCutcheon
Wagner Equipment Co. Intrepid Potash Carlsbad
40000 Osuna Road P. O .Box 101
Albuquerque, NM 87125 Carlsbad, NM 88220
(505) 343-2719 (575) 234-3600
Fax: (505) 343-2755 Fax (575) 881-7350
Bill Barker Mark Reardon
IMSCO Vulcan Materials
5830 Midway Park NE 2526 E. University
P. O. Box 90400 Phoenix, Arizona 85034
Albuquerque, NM 87199 (602) 528-8951
(505) 344-8024 Fax: (602) 253-1026
Fax (505) 344-8505
Carolyn Clark Loder Billy Ray
Lafarge Corporation Rio Algom Mining
1500 N. Renaissance NE, Ste. B
Albuquerque, NM 87107
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