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OFFICIAL BUSINESS Minutes of the 2012 Annual Meeting


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he 74th annual meeting of the members of Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Inc. (herein- aſt er “Cooperative”), was held in the Civic Center, Grove, Oklahoma, Saturday, September 15, 2012. President Dandy Risman called the meeting to order at 12:10 p. m. and announced that a quorum


of members, 1541, had registered. Lindey Leforce delivered an invocation, immediately followed by a fl ag salute lead by Boy Scout Troop 66 of Vinita. As Master of Ceremonies, Craig Hendrickson introduced the Board of Trustees and their spouses. Mr. Hendrickson introduced General Manager Anthony Due and then recognized the employees and


attending retirees. Two short videos were shown outlining the benefi ts of a cooperative and the value of the Co-op Con-


nection card. Secretary/Treasurer Benny Seabourn approached the podium to deliver his report to the member-


ship. Mr. Seabourn began by explaining his responsibility to inspect invoices. He reminded the members they may vote for all districts during an election, and talked about the retiring of capital credits. Mr. Seabourn continued by announcing the Affi davit of Mailing of the Annual Meeting Notice was


printed in the September issue of the Northeast Connection; the minutes of the 2011 annual meeting were included in the same issue. He requested a motion to waive the reading of the minutes and to accept them as published. T e motion was made by Clyde Barrett and seconded by Herschel Kirkley. T e motion passed without objection. Mr. Seabourn reported that the Cooperative received a clean


audit for the 2011 fi nancial statements from the independent accounting fi rm of Briscoe, Burke and Grigsby. Mr. Hendrickson returned to the podium to introduce the


Operation Round-up board, noting they served as the creden- tials and election committee. Leonard Logan, attorney for the Cooperative, came forward


to provide the election results. Out of 1401 ballots cast:


District 4


6 8


Incumbent


John Myers – 1280 Sharron Gay – 1256 Bill Kimbrell – 1232


With election results complete, Mr. Logan asked if there was


Lineman D. J. McCann shows kids tools of the trade at REC Day 2012.


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any new business to address. T ere being no further business, a motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Charlie Sum- mers and seconded by Jay Hensley. T e motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 12:48 p.m.


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