January 16, 2013 Woulfe Mining Corp is sad to announce the passing away of Charlton William (Bill) Kable, aged 62, over the weekend. It is with deep regret that we announce that Bill (William) Kable passed away on the weekend after saving four children that found themselves in difficulty in the sea off the North coast of Sydney Australia. Bill died doing what he loved best -helping people. Bill had a great passion for life and loved travel, especially Korea. Bill pursued the Sangdong project in Korea for many years. Bill was a founder of the original private Australian company which became part of Woulfe and later became director of Woulfe from 2007 until late 2009. Bill became- the VP Technical for Woulfe in early 2010 holding this position until mid 2012. Bill was an economic geologist and had worked on most major mining projects associated with Australian companies as an independent consultant doing valuations and due diligence globally. When the management of Woulfe changed in late 2009 Bill had been instrumental in keeping Sangdong mine alive during the financial crisis. His dream was to see the Sangdong Tungsten Mine in in Korea move to production and had worked diligently with the team to make this a reality. On the mine site in December 2012 while working in the new 7 metre adit he was excited to see his dream is coming true. The passing of Bill leaves a big void in all our lives but he will live on in our thoughts and Sangdong will always be a tribute to Charlton William Kable and his dedication to the mining profession. Woulfe extends our deepest sympathy to his partner, daughter and three grandchildren in their grief.