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your CO-OP PAGE 2  SEPTEMBER 2011 LINES


CEC Inside Lines is published monthly for members of Choctaw Electric Cooperative.


Board of Trustees PRESIDENT


MIKE BAILEY • BROKEN BOW VICE PRESIDENT


BOB HODGE • BETHEL SECRETARY TREASURER


RODNEY LOVITT • NASHOBA BILL MCCAIN • IDABEL


BUDDY ANDERSON • VALLIANT HENRY BAZE • RATTAN


JOE BRISCO • FT. TOWSON BOB HOLLEY • ANTLERS


LARRY JOHNSON • FROGVILLE


Management and Staff CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Terry Matlock


EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Susan G.Wall


DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Jia Johnson


BENEFITS SPECIALIST Tonia Allred


DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ACCOUNTING Jimmie K. Ainsworth


DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Jim Malone


DISTRICT SUPERVISOR Darrell Ward


toll free telephone 800-780-6486


web site www.choctawelectric.coop


TO REPORT A POWER OUTAGE PLEASE CALL


800-780-6486 24 hours a day • seven days a week Filling up on VALUE


Electricity continues to be a bargain, especially when compared to other consumer goods. Imagine if your electric bill fluctuated as much as prices at the pump. On average, over the past decade gas prices have risen almost 11 percent annually, while electricity prices rose less than four percent.


Your Co-op Team Providing electrical service requires many roles T


he employees of Choctaw Electric are here to serve you not only with safe, affordable, and reliable electric power, but also with


community support and programs that help you save energy and money. We try to make a difference in people’s lives.


While our line workers remain our ‘public face,’ it takes many more departments to run your electric distribution cooperative. On our staff, we have communicators, accounts, and key account representatives who work with our commercial and industrial members. Choctaw Electric public relations professionals cultivate relationships with local, state and national opinion leaders, and keep them updated on issues important to us and the communities we serve. We


also employe billing clerks, information technology professionals, and warehouse staff. CEC staking technicians and engineers plot where new power lines will be built.


BY TERRY MATLOCK chief executive officer


Whether it’s making sure monthly bills are delivered or seeing that our warehouse supplies are organized and accounted for, each CEC employee fills an important role. In one way or another, they make sure your electricity stays on and remains as affordable as possible. They take their


responsibilities seriously and are committed to providing the best possible service. After all, working for a member-owned cooperative is a pleasure. At Choctaw Electric Cooperative, we are looking out for you by recruiting the best and brightest employees to serve you to the best of our abilities.


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