Project Partners

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Chennell Berg

Bruce HooperSenior Accountant

Chennell Berg joined Tintina Resources as their Senior Accountant in October of 2016. Chennell is a graduate of Montana State University and her work experience includes working at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Anderson ZurMuehlen, and Penor and Associates, after which she opened her own private accounting business in White Sulphur Springs, MT where she provides accounting, tax, and business consultation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Chennell is a native of Meagher County and grew up on a ranch in the small community of Ringling outside of White Sulphur Springs. Chennell and her husband Sam continue both of their families ranching tradition by raising cattle and hay.

Alysha Wilson

Office Manager

Alysha Wilson has worked for Tintina Resources since 2013. Alysha attended college at Miles City Community College on a rodeo scholarship, majoring in equine studies. When she isn’t working, she helps out on her grandparents’ ranch in Ringling where she loves continuing the family tradition by being the 5th generation living and working on the ranch. Read More

Chance Matthews

chance-matthews-174x212Field Technician

Chance Matthews started working for Tintina Resources in March of 2011 as a field technician. He enjoys working outside and as a result attended Blackfoot Community College studying natural resource conservation. He is an ardent horseman and does much of his reclamation work with horses. His love for horses includes related activities such as horse/mule pack trips, colt starting, roping and ranch rodeos. Read More

Eric LeLacheur

Geology Manager

Eric has been in Exploration and Mining Geology since 1985. Prior to joining Sandfire Resources America, Eric worked with Fiore Gold Inc. bringing the Pan mine into production. Eric was with Midway Gold between 2007 and 2016 first as a manager of the Spring Valley project and then as Nevada District Geologist responsible for Geology and Exploration activities on all Midway Gold’s Nevada Properties.

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Craig Perkins

Mine Safety Manager

Craig is a career Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Manager with a combined 32 years of domestic and international experience in Mining, Heavy Construction, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Military and Private Contracting. Prior to joining the Sandfire Resources America Team, Craig spent several years as a Health, Safety and Security Manager with WorleyParsons in both Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

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Alan L. Joscelyn


Alan is a Montana native with a family history in the state dating back to territorial days. He grew up in Choteau, Helena, and Missoula, graduating from Hellgate High School in Missoula.

After receiving his law degree from the University of Montana, Alan served as counsel for the Montana Department of State Lands (now Department of Natural Resources and Conservation) then established a solo law practice before joining the Gough, Shanahan, Johnson and Waterman firm in Helena. During his thirty-three years with the Gough Shanahan firm, Alan emphasized natural resources and environmental law, and developed significant administrative law, litigation and public policy experience representing mining operations throughout the state. He served as Chair of the Montana Board of Personnel Appeals (public sector labor relations board) and as a member of the Montana Board of Labor Appeals. Upon retiring from the private practice of law, Alan served as Chief Deputy Attorney General for Attorney General Tim Fox, retiring from the position in 2017.
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Chris K. Hedrich


Chris currently serves as the Senior Vice President and Chief Loan Officer for Bank of the Rockies, N.A., a community bank having 6 branches throughout Montana. She is responsible for bank wide lending training, policy development, underwriting standards and their implementation, lending compliance, loan quality, adherence to policy, development and proper completion of loan presentations and supporting credit analysis.

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