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August 2014 www.cimarronelectric.com Inside this Issue


Dr. Susan Lee Honored To Serve As District 4 Trustee


* Trustee Elections * SmartHub Success * Annual Meeting Preview


Dr. Lee also is very proud to be selected as


Dr. Susan Lee with Dillon and Corbin Dr. Susan Lee has been selected to fill the


term of the late Fred Foust in District 4. Dr. Lee was born in Victoria, British Columbia in Canada. She attended Lakeside High School in Lake Village, Arkansas. She continued her edu- cation at Northeast Louisiana at Monroe and then on to the University of Houston College of Optometry. In 1981 Dr. Lee moved to Watonga, where she raised her family and has her eye care practice named Dr. Susan Lee, OD. Dr. Lee has two sons and both attend Oklahoma State University. Dillon Nelson is getting his masters in aerospace engineering and Corbin Nelson is doing an internship with The Williams Co. Needless to say, Dr. Lee is very proud of her boys.


the first female trustee in Cimarron Electric’s his- tory. “I feel it is an honor and a privilege to be selected as a board member, to represent the members in District 4”, said Dr. Lee. “I know it is a big responsibility and I am looking forward to all the challenges. You are never to old to learn and I love to learn new things.” Dr. Lee has served her community of Wa- tonga in numerous ways. She is a past Chamber of Commerce director, served on the hospital board and past president of the Kiwanas Club and the Watonga Foundation for Academic Excellence.. Her hobbies include golf, garden- ing and playing in a women’s monthly bunco group. Dr. Lee loves to read and volunteers as a literacy tutor. As a member of the Oklahoma Assoc. of Optometric Physicians, she said,”I love practicing and living in rural Oklahoma because of the sincerity, kindness and friendliness of the people.” “We are very excited to have Dr. Lee as a part of our Board of Directors team. Her knowl- edge of operating a successful small business and her eagerness to learn will be a great asset to all of us at Cimarron Electric Cooperative”, said Mark Snowden, Cimarron Electric CEO. There is another first that Dr. Lee can claim as a Cimarron Trustee. She is the first one that can speak Chinese Cantonese, which she does weekly as she phones her mother in Arkansas!


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