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Texas Pacific Land Trust Trustee Nominee General Don Cook Commits to Limited Term if Elected


Texas Pacific Land Trust today issued a statement from Trustee nominee General Donald Don G. Cook:

As I have shared with shareholders in my many conversations and in my video message, I am committed to working with the other Trustees to enhance corporate governance at TPL if I am elected. When I served as the Chair of the Nominating & Governance Committee at Crane Company, I led the process to shift from a classified board to holding annual elections for all directors, and I recognize the importance of regular elections to ensure that directors are accountable to shareholders.

TPLs founding document dictates that its trustees serve without a specified term, and that is one of multiple factors the Trustees need to consider in determining any future changes to TPLs governance structure. If elected to serve as TPLs next Trustee, I would serve as a change agent, bringing deep expertise in corporate governance to help in that process.

If elected, I commit to resigning as a Trustee after no more than three years, at which point I would stand for reelection if I am renominated, creating the opportunity for shareholders to weigh in on my performance. Three years is enough time to carefully evaluate and begin to implement changes to TPLs governance.

The Trust urges shareholders to vote FOR four-star General Donald Don G. Cook using the BLUE proxy card. Shareholders can also read more information by visiting If you have any questions or need assistance in voting your shares, please contact the Trusts proxy solicitor:

MacKenzie Partners 1407 Broadway, 27th Floor New York, New York 10018 (212) 929-5500 or call Toll-Free (800) 322-2885 Email:

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Abernathy MacGregor
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