Philanthropy Series with Cutler Gist, Principal at Montego Minerals
Published 19 March 2021
Cutler Gist returns to the podcast to discuss his family's journey in philanthropy, including Cutler's involvement in Midland's Bush Tennis Center and a heartfelt story about the loss of his son, Michael Mercer Gist and the scholarship his wife and he have set-up at Texas Tech in Mercer's honor. If you are interested in contributing to the Texas Tech Mercer Michael Gist Foundation, then please follow the instructions below. Listen here.
Visit https://donate.give2tech.com// Go to “Search for a specific fund”, type in “Mercer”, and then click “Mercer Michael Gist Scholarship Endowment”
Mail to: Texas Tech University, Box 41071, Lubbock, TX 79409-1071 (Attn to Mallory Billings) Specify that the gift should be contributed to the Mercer Michael Gist Scholarship Fund. Listen here.
Cutler is a 2003 graduate of Texas Tech University with a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering. He has worked for Magnum Hunter Resources, Cimarex Energy and a privately funded acquisition company. Cutler has been building his technical knowledge of the mineral and royalty industry over the last two decades. He is a senior member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and Society for Engineering and Management Systems. Cutler established Montego Minerals in 2007.
Montego Minerals is a long term investor in oil and gas royalties and mineral rights throughout the United States. The broad experience of our technical staff allows us to make an informed evaluation of your producing and non-producing minerals. We strive to make a fair offer for your property.