Jerry Lohr received BS and MS degrees in Geology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1969. Shortly after reporting to Unocal as a geologist in Olney Illinois I entered the service for a three- year deployment concluding with a commission as first Lieutenant in aerial surveillance and reconnaissance. Upon separating from the Army in 1972 I rejoined Unocal in its’ Durango Colorado exploration office where I was involved with Niobrara fractured shale and Paradox Basin exploration plays. In 1975 I was transferred to Texas to work development projects in newly discovered Plio-Pleistocene fields offshore. After five years I became Houston District Development Geologist supervising a team of five geologists. In 1983 I became Houston District Exploration Manager handling offshore Texas, coastal Texas and northern Louisiana. In 1986 I was transferred to Casper Wyoming as the Rocky Mountain District Exploration Manager directing twenty geologists and geophysicists in exploration and development. When the district closed in 1989 I transferred to the Western Region of Unocal as Regional Exploration Manager overseeing the work of eighty staff members in five area offices. With the sale of Unocal’s California properties I was transferred to Sugar Land Texas to serve on the oil and gas division staff and operations and development coordinator. Upon creation of the Spirit Energy domestic business unit I was reassigned to a two- man risk and reserves team responsible for reserve audits and risk analysis training. In 2000 I took early retirement to pursue interests focused on faith based non- profit community development initiatives and do geologic consulting in the oil and gas industry. Since early 2013 I have consulted for SOG Resources on the purchase and redevelopment of the West Poison Sider Field in the Wind River Basin of Wyoming.