Western Uranium names new vice president for development

Colorado-based Western Uranium Corp. said this week that it has named Patrick Siglin its new vice president for development.

Siglin joined the company from Black Range Minerals Ltd. when Western Uranium acquired it.

“Pat, while at Black Range, had primary responsibility for the development of ablation technology, as well as oversight of the development of the Hansen/Taylor Uranium Deposit,” Western Uranium President and CEO George Glasier said. “Pat's knowledge and experience will be indispensable in bringing the ablation process into production at the company's mines. Pat also will head up the company's exploration program and work closely with Western's staff to move into production."

In other personnel moves, Denis Frawley is replacing Catherine Becket as corporate secretary. Becket previously served in this role at Homeland Uranium before it became Western Uranium, and the company said she was "integral" in the company's transition. The company said this decision was a cost-cutting move.

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