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CONTACT US


Tri-County Electric Cooperative 302 East Glaydas P.O. Box 880 Hooker, Oklahoma 73945


Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday


Phone: 580-652-2418 Toll Free: 800-522-3315 E-mail: info@tcec.coop


www.tcec.coop


PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment Centers (Self-service kiosks) Kiosks are located in: Beaver, Boise City, Elkhart, Goodwell, Guymon, Hooker


Online Bill Pay (Account Online) www.tcec.coop


Recurring Electronic Funds Transfer (Autodraft) Call 800-522-3315 to enroll!


Pay As You Go Call 800-522-3315 to enroll!


Pay by Phone 800-522-3315


Drop off Payment in Person 302 East Glaydas, Hooker, Oklahoma


BOARD OF TRusTEEs District 1


District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9


Ronny White C.J. Mouser Joe Mayer Larry Dunn


Shawn Martinez Cletus Carter Larry Hodges


PICTURED IS ERIC LEISHER, TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC SERVICEMAN, PRESENTING THE CHECK TO HERITAGE COMMUNITY RESIDENTS LOIS BOSTON, ESTER HOLZRICHTER, BERNICE BARKER, PAT CLARK, J.C. LEWIS, AND JANELLE HILL.


In the community


Home of Guymon with a generous $3,000 donation supporting the organization’s Tree of Love campaign and Heritage Community Garden project.


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Jimmie L. Draper Erwin Elms


“Tri-County Electric has always made Christmastime extremely special for our residents and their families,” said Dianne Roberts, President, Heritage Community. “From placing the outdoor lights on the official Tree of Love to financially contributing to the campaign, we are so appreciative of their continued support to Guymon’s senior community through the Tree of Love campaign.”


Tri-County Electric’s Tree of Love donation will help to provide care for many Manor residents who have outlived their financial resources. The Tree of Love fund assists qualified Manor residents with nursing supplies to medications to clothing and more.


“Tri-County Electric has been a fixture in the panhandle for generations lighting


ri-County Electric recently presented The Heritage Community & Manor Nursing


the way through philanthropy and leadership,” said Jack Perkins, CEO of Tri-County Electric Cooperative. “We are pleased to be associated with the Heritage Community/Manor which is such a wonderful and valuable organization serving our senior community family.”


Joining many area businesses, individuals and local organizations, Tri-County Electric’s donation also included funds earmarked to assist with the lighting of the residents’ community garden which is located between the Manor & Heritage Community. The contribution will be applied directly toward the purchase and installation of new garden lamp posts, allowing residents to enjoy an Oklahoma evening outdoors.


“The garden has been such a labor of love as the project has been solely funded by the generosity of community donations,” added Roberts. “With Tri-County Electric’s recent donation we are one step closer to completing the gardens for generations of residents and their families to enjoy.” n


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