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General Metals Corporation (OTCBB:GNMT)

Daniel Forbush
Director, President, CEO & CFO


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Daniel J. Forbush, a Certified Public Accountant, brings over 25 years of mining industry experience at such Fortune 500 firms as Glamis Gold, Ltd., AMOCO, TENNECO and Arthur Andersen & Company. He was initially recruited as Controller for Glamis Gold, Inc., the U.S. operating entity of Glamis Gold, Ltd., serving therein from 1988 to 1997, and Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer from 1997 to 1999, for Glamis Gold, Ltd., directing all aspects of financial, administrative and operations management for this $200MM NYSE-listed, multi-national corporation. Beginning in 1999, Mr. Forbush focused on start-up opportunities, including the building of a public accounting firm (Forbush and Associates) and a business consulting firm (Core Business Builders Inc.). Since January of 2004, Dan has functioned as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for a $25 million residential development and building contractor and a number of other smaller enterprises. Prior experience includes Corporate Director of Managerial Accounting, Echo Bay Mines, Ltd., 1986-1987; Nevada Operations Controller for Tenneco Minerals, prior to its acquisition by Echo Bay Lines; General Accounting Supervisor for AMOCO; Assistant Controller for Cyprus Industrial Metals Company; and Senior Auditor for Arthur Andersen & Company.


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General Metals Corporation (OTCBB: GNMT, Berlin: GMQ) is a production oriented junior mining company engaged in the evaluation, acquisition, exploration and advancement of gold exploration and development projects. Our "flagship" project is our advanced stage, Independence Project, stiuated in the prolific Battle Mountain Mining District of north central Nevada. In addition the Company holds other exploration stage properties Nevada. General Metals controls 100% of The Independence Mine, located in the Battle Mountain Gold District of northern Nevada and forms an island in Newmont Gold's land holding at it's Phoenix Mine


1155 West Fourth Street
Suite 210 Reno, -1 89503
US ph:775.583.4636 fax:775.825.8862

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