December 8, 2016…
William Petty announces his full retirement from Franklin Mining Inc (FMNJ), stepping down as CEO and Chairman of the Board. Petty began work with Franklin Mining as its International Development Consultant in 2003, and rose through the ranks to become President and CEO in 2008, in addition to leading the Board of Directors as Chairman.
Petty will make his retirement from Franklin Mining official on December 19, 2016. He is proud to announce the appointment of Robert Kinney to fill the vacancy as President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board.
William Petty is pleased with his successor, saying, “I have no doubt that Robert Kinney has what it takes to bring Franklin Mining to the next level, and continue its legacy of more than 160 years of excellency in the mining industry.”
Petty has released his final address to the shareholders, available for viewing on http://www.franklinmining.com.
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About Franklin Mining, Inc: Franklin Mining, Inc. holds mining and energy interests in the United States and Bolivia.
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