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2 | inside your co-op QMANAGER’S REPORT


Choctaw Electric Cooperative Remaining True To Our Roots


CEC’s democratic governance helps ensure balanced decisions that are best for all members


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hoctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) members make up a broad cross section of people that includes mom and pop business owners, families, [QVOTM XIZMV\[ MTLMZTa ZM[QLMV\[ WV Å`ML QVKWUM[


big industries, farmers and ranchers, tourist attractions, and out-of-state vacation home owners. Every CEC member is ]VQY]M IVL JZQVO[ \W \PM \IJTM I LQffMZMV\ [M\ WN XZQWZQ\QM[ IVL concerns. Finding the balance among these priorities can be a challenge, but thankfully, CEC’s democratic form of governance helps ensure member concerns are dealt with fairly. Of course, this process works best when people actually participate.


For example, when an individual shows up at a CEC District Meeting, it tells me they understand their role as a member. CEC District Meetings provide a place for members to meet and interact with their elected trustees, ask pointed questions, express concerns, and even fume a little if they feel that’s necessary. It’s also a place to TMIZV UWZM IJW]\ \PM Q[[]M[ IPMIL NWZ aW]Z KW WX IVL PW_ \PM[M Q[[]M[ KW]TL IffMK\ aW] and other members. At our meetings this year, we shared a lot of positive news about CEC—namely the co-op’s 27 percent debt reduction and our ongoing commitment to right of way improvements. We also shared some frank discussion about what’s ahead. I’d like to thank the members who attended these meetings in Hugo, Antlers, Wright City, Smithville, and Haworth. We appreciate your presence and your concerns.


For those who couldn’t make it, there are other ways to connect with us. Your CEC board of trustees meets on the last Tuesday of every month. These meetings are open to all members. CEC’s Facebook page provides a forum for you to interact 24/7 and ask questions. My favorite, however, is face-to-face communication. When you have questions or concerns, by all means, stop by and visit with me or any of your co-op employees. Our doors are open, our phones are ringing, and we welcome the opportunity to visit with you. I can’t promise that everyone will like what they hear, but I can guarantee that the information provided is honest and straightforward, and our decisions are weighed by what’s best for the membership as a whole. Good things are happening at CEC and good things will continue to happen, if we ZMUMUJMZ \PI\ _M IZM I KWWXMZI\Q^M ÅZ[\¸QV W]Z IK\QWV[ LMKQ[QWV[ IVL ^IT]M[


BY KOONEY DUNCAN cHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


Serving members in Choctaw, Pushmataha, Atoka, and McCurtain counties


HUGO OFFICE PO Box 758 Hwy 93 North


Hugo, Oklahoma 74743


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 326-6486 FAX (580) 326-2492


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm


IDABEL OFFICE 2114 SE Washington Idabel, Oklahoma 74745


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 286-7155


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm


ANTLERS OFFICE HC 67 Box 62


Antlers, Oklahoma 74523 (One mile east of Antlers)


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 298-3201


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm On the Web:


www.choctawelectric.coop


24 Hour Outage Hotline 800-780-6486


BOARD OF TRUSTEES


Brent Franks, President Joe M. Silk, Vice President


Mike Brewer, Secretary Treasurer Stacy Nichols


George Burns Ken Autry


Lucky Acct #38844552 ($25)


If this account number belongs to you, contact CEC by the10th of the month to claim your $25 bill credit. Unclaimed bill credits will roll over each month by $25 for a maximum credit of $100. To claim your credit by phone, please call 800- 780-6486, ext. 207.


OFFICIAL MINUTES OF YOUR CEC BOARD MEETING


Scan this code with your smartphone or tablet to read the monthly minutes of your co-op board meeting. Minutes are also available at any CEC location and online at www.choctawelectric.coop.


To scan the code, install a Bar Code Scanner app, available at the App Store.


Bill Woolsey


Norman Ranger Becky Franks


MANAGEMENT AND STAFF


Kooney Duncan, +PQMN -`MK]\Q^M 7ffiKMZ Jennifer Boling, Executive Assistant


Jia Johnson, Director of Public Relations <QffIVa 0MUX[\ML +PQMN .QVIVKQIT 7ffiKMZ


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