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ANTONIO E. PADILLAANGELA K.

STUEWE
Archaeologist
Experience Summary Ms. Stuewe is an Archaeological Field Technician and Crew Chief at Turpin and Sons, Inc. specializing in prehistoric Texas archaeology and Section 106 compliance with duties including supervising staff and fieldwork, and report writing/preparation. Her experience includes over 7 years cultural resources surveying, recording, and excavation throughout Texas and near Shreveport, Louisiana and includes experience in archaeological research in the field and laboratory for data recovery investigations. Ms. Stuewe is enthusiastic about and very experienced with public education and outreach. Education M.A., Museum Science, emphasis in Interpretation; Texas Tech University, Lubbock; 2010 B.A., Anthropology, minor in Art History; Texas State University, San Marcos; 2003 Safety Trained by Global Seismic, 2012

Training

Turpin and Sons, Inc, Project Experience (2012-present) Cultural Resource Survey of Barnhart Compressor Station on University Lands, Irion County, Texas. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Intensive Archaeological Survey in the San Miguel Mine: The Wheeler and Reyes Tracts in McMullen County, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Performed excavation and trench profiles. Benedum Pipeline on University Lands, Reagan County, Texas. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Rock Art and Site Distribution in the Cornudas Mountains on University Lands Hudspeth County, Texas Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian and UTV survey. Cultural Resource Survey of Lil Bo Peep on University Lands, County, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Cultural Resource Survey Coronado Pipeline (Bosque Systems, LLC) University Lands Reagan, Crockett, and Irion Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Reconnaissance Survey of University Lands Seismic Development Blocks, Pioneer, East Crockett, Central and South Big Lake in Crockett, Irion, Reagan and Upton Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian and ATV survey. Cultural Resource Survey Negative Findings Report Harvest Interconnect LaSalle County, Texas for Gremminger and Associates, Inc. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Cultural Resource Survey Negative Findings Report Gardendale Well Pipeline LaSalle County, Texas for Gremminger and Associates, Inc. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey.
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ANTONIO E. PADILLAANGELA K. STUEWE


Archaeologist
Cultural Resource Survey Wildcat Permian Services University Lands Crockett County, Texas. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Reconnaissance Survey of University Lands of Barnhart 3D Seismic Development Blocks in Crockett, Irion, Reagan and Schleicher Counties, Texas Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Reconnaissance Survey of University Lands of E Edwards HD3D Seismic Development Blocks in Schleicher and Crockett Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Archaeological Survey of the Lucid Energy Westex, LLC Proposed 8-inch Barnhart Laterals Project on University Lands in Irion, Reagan, and Crockett Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Cultural Resource Assessment of Enbridge Pipelines East Texas LP Tanos Hill Pipeline for Gremminger and Associates, Inc Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Archeological Survey of the Proposed McCamey to Gardendale Pipeline (MGP) University Lands, Crockett and Upton Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Cultural Resource Survey on University Lands of EP Energy Pipeline Laterals in Reagan, Irion and Crockett County, Texas. Role: Field Technician / Report Preparator. Supervised cultural resource survey. Reconnaisance Survey of University Lands for East Crocket 3D Seismic Development Blocks in Crockett, Reagan and Irion Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Cultural Resource Survey University Lands, Wildcat Approach Block 45 Lateral Crockett County, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Reconnaissance Survey of University Lands for Global Seismic Development Blocks in Reagan, Upton, and Crocket Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Reconnaissance Survey of University Lands for Pioneer Seismic Development Blocks in Reagan and Upton Counties, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Cultural Resource Assessment of a 5.5 mi Centurion Pipeline on University Lands in Crane County, Texas. Role: Field Technician. Conducted pedestrian survey. Professional Experience SWCA Environmental Consultants; Austin, Texas (2013-present) Role: Archaeological Field Tech Turpin and Sons, Inc.; Canyon Lake, Texas (2012-present) Role: Archaeological Field Technician/ Crew Chief Amistad National Recreation Area National Park Service; Del Rio, Texas (2005-present) Role: Volunteer Archeological Field, Lab, and Museum Technician/Consultant SHUMLA Research and Education Center; Comstock, Texas (2006-2012) Role: Research Assistant/ Field Director / Administrative Assistant / Field School Instructor / Public Education and Outreach Lubbock Lake Landmark; Lubbock, Texas (2003) Role: Archaeological Lab Technician
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ANTONIO E. PADILLAANGELA K. STUEWE


Archaeologist
Academic Teaching Experience SHUMLA Field Methods in Rock Art Field School in partnership with Texas State University (2007-2011): Digital Image Enhancement as a Tool in Rock Art Recording and Data Storage and Organization. Role: Teaching Assistant / Lab Instructor. Publications / Reports Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings Report, Cultural Resource Survey of Barnhart Compressor Station University Lands, Irion County, Texas Angel Stuewe, TAC Permit 6632, Technical Bulletin 226, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings, Benedum Pipeline, Reagan County. TAC permit 6607, Technical Report 224, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings Cultural Resource Survey Coronado Pipeline (Bosque Systems, LLC) University Lands Reagan, Crockett, and Irion Counties, Texas. TAC Permit 6571, Technical Report 221, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Cultural Resource Survey Negative Findings Report Harvest Interconnect LaSalle County, Texas. GAI Angel Stuewe. Technical Report 218, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Cultural Resource Survey Negative Findings Report Gardendale Well Pipeline LaSalle County, Texas. GAI Angel Stuewe. Technical Report 217, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings Report Cultural Resource Survey Wildcat Permian Services University Lands Crockett County, Texas. TAC 6432 Addendum Technical Report 216, 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings Report, Cultural Resource Assessment of Enbridge Pipelines East Texas, LP Tanos Hill Pipeline, Rusk and Panola Counties. Draft Technical Report 213 prepared for Gremminger and Associates, Inc. by Turpin and Sons, Inc., 2013. Stuewe, A.K. Negative Findings Report, Cultural Resource Survey on University Lands - EP Energy Pipeline Lateral in Reagan, Irion and Crockett County, Texas. Draft Technical Report # 208 prepared for Wildcat Field Services by Turpin and Sons, Inc. THC Permit 6431 with Jeff Turpin as Principal Investigator, 2013. Johnson, A.S., C.E. Boyd, and A.M. Castaneda. Lower Pecos Rock Art Recording and Preservation Project. Archaeological Institute of America Site Preservation Web-site, Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology Series, 2011. http://www.archaeological.org/news/hca/4471 Visaggi, Christy, J.G. Johnson, A.S. Johnson, J.P. Kenworthy, and V.L. Santucci. Amistad National Recreation Area Paleontological Survey. Geologic Resources Division Technical Report NPS/NRGRD/GRDTR, 2009. Johnson, J.G. and A.S. Prehistoric Land Use at Amistad National Recreation Area, Val Verde County, Texas: Report on the Texas Archeological Society 1999 Field School in Collected Papers from Past Texas Archeological Society Summer Field Schools, Timothy K. Perttula (ed.), Special Publication No. 5, Texas Archeological Society, 2008.

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ANTONIO E. PADILLAANGELA K. STUEWE


Archaeologist
Applicable Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Unbeatable work ethic and desire to work safely, effectively, and efficiently Strong ability to think and perform on-the-go, with or without extensive instructions Wide range of knowledge of archaeological theory, methods and techniques Effective skills in friendly and professional verbal and written communication with a variety of audiences, including families, coworkers, supervisors, land owners, client representatives, government agents, law enforcement, and military personnel Good physical fitness and ability to work long hours when properly equipped Extensive experience with situations faced while working outdoors in various climates and terrains, and complete self-confidence while working outdoors Extensive experience with GPS and map-and-compass navigation Full familiarity and great effectiveness with various hand and power tools Expert on- and off-road driving abilities, including 4WD, ATV and UTV experience Very comfortable using the following computer software and tools: GIS/GPS (Terrain Navigator, GPSMap Edit, sendmap 20, and some ArcGIS, ArcMap, ArcView); Dropbox; Desktop Publishing Software and Image and Graphic Editing Software (e.g. Adobe PhotoShop, Corel Paint Shop Pro x4, Illustrator, In Design (CS2), and MS Publisher, Image-J plug-in Dstretch image enhancement software); Adobe Professional, MS Office Pro (Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, Outlook Email etc.), Databases (used Re:discovery ICMS, FileMaker Pro, Extensis Portfolio, and MS Access); Past Perfect Museum Collections Management Software; GOOGLE (Google Scholar, Google Earth, Google Calendar synced to MS Outlook, etc.); Nonprofit Business Accounting software including QuickBooks and Customer Manager Additionally familiar with and trained others how to operate office equipment including Copier/Printer/Scanner, Fax Machine, Cash Register, Credit Card Machine and audio visual equipment

Professional References Dr. Jeff Turpin, Principal Investigator and President at Turpin and Sons, Inc. 512-922-7826 / jpturpin@gvtc.com Terry Burgess, Crew Chief and Supervisor at Turpin and Sons, Inc. 830-313-0221 / terryvburgess@gmail.com Dr. Carolyn E. Boyd, Executive Director at SHUMLA Archaeological Research and Education Center 979-324-9448 / cboyd@shumla.org

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