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FOR OUR OKLAHOMA COOPERATIVE MEMBERS


WESTVILLE OFFICE REMODEL CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN JUNE 3


We will begin the remodel of our Westville facility starting in early June. We will be closing the office for a short period until the construction is complete. The remodel will bring added convenience, improved services and enhanced safety for members and employees.


“We anticipate the project will last approximately two months”, states Kris Williams, Oklahoma District Manager. “During the remodel we are asking our members to utilize the payment kiosk in the Westville Harps store (free of charge) or travel to our Stilwell location for any needs you have.


“Unfortunately our drive-thru will be disabled during the construction phase. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause,” said Williams.


The previous building was built in 1982 – more than 30 years ago. At that time, we had 28,000 members in Arkansas and Oklahoma; in 2013 we have grown to more than 68,000 members. The new building will provide additional space for our growing operations, a more efficient building design and improved energy efficiency.


SPECIAL THANKS TO THE VOLUNTEERS WHO SERVE AND PROTECT US


When you place a call to 911, a chain of events is set into motion that is a result of many hours of preparation and a network of unselfish volunteers who make up the rural fire departments. These firefighters, first responders and emergency medical technicians have undergone many hours of training to prepare them to respond to your emergency. Each firefighter must complete a certification course as well as documented accredited training to help develop skills for a variety of rescue operations that he or she may have to face when they answer your 911 call.


These men and women attend monthly meetings where they receive additional training and where they practice their technique in performing fire-fighting and rescue drills. A deep commitment to community and to helping others drives these dedicated individuals. They devote a tremendous amount of time (not just on calls, but during training as well) and money to serve as volunteer firefighters and first responders. They may miss ball games, holidays, birthdays and school plays, but they know that is a part of the pledge they make in becoming a volunteer. We would like to recognize the following fire chiefs, along with their entire department, for keeping us all safe. We appreciate the sacrifice that you all make!


OKLAHOMA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS Stilwell Fire Department


Kevin Stuhmer


Highway100 West Fire Department Colton Holmes Bell Fire Department


Westville Fire Department Mid County Fire Department


David Jones, Morris Jones John Hembree David Kester


Tri-Community Fire Department Chance Fire Department


Christie-Proctor Fire Department Greasy Fire Department


Robert Unger, Craig Unger Joe Bateman


Brett Rector, Roy Johnson Jody Fletcher, Lenert Pfiler


Highway 51 West Fire Department Joe Dugger, Ed Gass


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