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January 2013 Riley and Wood join SWRE work staff


Two new employees have joined the SWRE work team. Tiffany Riley now serves as secretary to


the CEO and Board. Michelle Wood has assumed duties as work order clerk. Riley of Altus comes to SWRE from Southwest Technology Center where she worked as an administrative assistant. At SWRE she serves as secretary to


CEO Mike Hagy and prepares agendas, documents and minutes relating to meet-


Tiffany Riley Michelle Wood


ings of the SWRE board. She and her husband Keith have three children. Wood of Frederick has a background in industrial and construction sales and


has served as offi ce manager for her husband’s busy construction and roofi ng business. She is a Frederick native. At SWRE Michelle’s responsibilities include processing of work order contracts


and documents relating to construction and maintenance of the co-op’s delivery system.


She and her husband Joe have one son.


Does SWRE Have Your Number?


Have you dropped your land line in


favor of a cell phone? Or... Has your number changed? It is important that SWRE has your correct current number(s) for contact- ing you relating to outages or emer- gencies. If your number has changed, please call SWRE at 1-800-256-7973 to provide an update.


Mapping Project Continues


Davey Resource Group is working


with SWRE to complete GPS map- ping of the co-op system and inven- tory.


The mapping process began more


than a year ago and is nearing com- pletion. SWRE members may see Davey workers throughout the area. Workers’ trucks will bear both SWRE


and Davey logos. ATVs will show the Davey logo and SWRE placards.


What’s Cookin’ in the SWRE Kitchen... 24-Hour Dispatching


Emergency Service


1-800-256-7973 Payment Sites


Payments can be made at SWRE


700 North Broadway • Tipton, OK 73570


Online payments can be made at www.swre.com


NOTE: E-mail address must


Payments may also be made at the following area banking institutions:


Oklahoma


Altus – First National Bank, National Bank of Commerce


Blair – Peoples State Bank Frederick – BancFirst, First National Bank Mt. Park – First National Bank Snyder – Bank of the Wichitas Tipton – First National Bank


Texas


Chillicothe - First National Bank Crowell – State Bank Electra – Waggoner National Bank Vernon – Herring Bank, Waggoner Bank, Bank of the West


Carrots, Celery and other ingredients give this traditional bean recipe a different twist.


1 lb navy beans 2 pints chicken broth


4 carrots, pealed and chopped 3-4 celery stalks w/ leafy stems (chopped) small white onion chopped salt and pepper to taste


Optional: Dash of Tabasco sauce 1 can hominy, drained Ham or ham hock


1. Wash beans. 2. Put beans in crockpot w/ broth. Add water to keep beans well covered with liquid during cooking.


3. Cook on Low for 4 hours or High for 3 hours. 4. Half way into cooking time, add vegetables and other ingredients.


Joe Wynn, SWRE News editor Board of Trustees


Dan White, Pres. ................District 7 Don Ellis, Vice Pres. ...........District 1 Jimmy Holland, Sec. ..........District 9 Fred J. Stowe ......................District 2 Don Proctor .......................District 3 Ray Walker .........................District 4 Dan Elsener ........................District 5 Ronnie Swan ......................District 6 Carl Brockriede ..................District 8


Southwest Rural Electric Association P.O. Box 310


700 North Broadway


Tipton, OK 73570-0310 1-800-256-7973


is published monthly for distribution to members of Southwest Rural Electric Association.


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