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A Fond Farewell to Fifty Years Of Service!


Russell Pollard 1928-2014 Served Cimarron for over 30 yrs.


In the past 2 months, Cimarron lost two men who gave a lot of themselves for the members of Cimarron Electric Cooperative. Russell Pollard served as a Trustee for over 30 years. Fred Foust served as a Trustee for almost 20 years! Both loved the cooperative principals and were loyal to serv- ing the needs of the members they represented. Russell served the members in the Hennessey district and Fred served the members in the Fay district. “We are thankful for the service that these men gave to their coopera- tive and to their communities,” said CEO, Mark Snowden. “Their memories will forever be a part of Cimarron Electric Cooperative”.


Fred Foust 1930-2014 Served Cimarron for over 19 yrs.


May Is Electrical Safety Month


May is designated electri- cal safety month, and we want everyone to be safer around electricity. We try to be safe everyday at Cimarron Electric. We have safety meetings once a month, with OAEC Safety Co- ordinator Greg Hambrick and our own Safety Director, Justin Glazier. We also have tailgate conferences with crews to make sure we all know what we’re do- ing. Additionally, we have spe- cial safety training, throughout the year, to help us all keep our hard hats on straight. All line- men go through Pole-Top-Rescue drills. The worse thing you can do around electricity is to be- come complacent! When around overhead lines, remember to “Look up and Live” and before construction, “Call 811 before you Dig”. Electricity is always trying to get to the ground. Let’s make sure that we are not in the path of electricity.


Pole top rescues were practiced in April at the monthly safety meeting.


The smartest, safest way to fi x an electrical problem around your house is to call a licensed electri- cian. Even if you are an expert handyman, it’s just not smart to fool around with electricity. If you must, however, at least: * Turn the power off at the breaker box. Don’t just turn off the appliance or the switch. Flip the breaker. No power means no chance of shock. * Check all of the wires. When you open a fi xture or an electrical box, make sure none of the wires are hot. Use an electrical tester. * Avoid metal-handled tools and ladders. Choose properly insulated tools for electrical jobs. Invest in a wooden or fi berglass ladder with insulated feet. Inspect power tools for damaged cords and plugs. * Stay away from water. If you have an electrical problem in a wet location. Call an electrician.


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