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NOMINEES FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES All Lake Region Electric Cooperative members will have the opportunity to vote for three candidates to serve on the


Board of Trustees, for a three-year term. The election will be held at this year’s Annual Meeting on April 27, 2013 at Hulbert Public Schools.


Gary Cooper and his wife Cheryl own and operate Hulbert Country Corner and Hulbert Super Stop. They also have a farm in the Shady Grove com- munity. He has served as President of the Cherokee County 4-H and FFA Booster Club, President of Shady Grove Board of Education, and county committee member of the Farmers Home Administration. Gary serves


as a board member of Cherokee Nation Businesses and the chairman of their Diversified Business Committee. Gary serves as the President of Lake Region Electric Coop- erative Board of Trustees and represents LREC on the board of Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives. He is also one of the two representatives from the State of Oklahoma who serves on the Resolutions Committee of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.


Randall Shankle has served as a credentialed LREC Trustee for the past 1 year and 8 months. He graduated from Hulbert High School in 1979. He has been a lifelong Hulbert resident. Randall is the owner of S&S Communications Specialists, Shankle Cattle Company, and part owner of American Environmental Fabrication and Supply. He is a strong supporter of


4-H and FFA. Randall is married to Amy and has 5 children, 3 of which attend Hulbert Public Schools.


Jim Loftin has served as a credentialed LREC Trustee for the past nine years. He holds degrees from NSU and OSU. Jim has owned and operated Loftin Cattle Company for the past 31 years. Jim is a strong supporter of 4-H and FFA and received the 2006 State Friends of Extensions Award from OSU. Jim has resided in


Cherokee County for the past 61 years and has served as the president of the Cherokee County Cattlemen’s Association for the past 25 years.


Louis Bohanon is a husband and father of three, and resides in Shady Grove. He has been a member of LREC for approximately 23 years. Louis retired from the dairy business in 2005 to pursue a career in education. He is currently teaching at Norwood School, where he has worked for seven


years. Louis holds a Bachelor of Arts, as well as a Master of Arts in Education and is currently working on his certification in administration. Louis has held positions on various state education improvement committees.


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