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Bill Payment Options


There’s more than one way to pay your electric bill


Choctaw Electric Cooperative (CEC) provides several convenient bill payment options and payment plans.


Pay online at www.choctawelectric.coop. Using our SmartHub service portal you can also view your account history, check your account balance, energy usage and more.


Norm Ranger, District F ■ DISTRICT F


Norm Ranger is a longtime resident of Redland. He and his wife, Lallee, raised five children in the community, and operated a ranch and poultry business. Ranger earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and a master’s in business administration while attending night school. He currently serves on the board of trustees of the Kiamichi Vocational Technology Center. He has also served on the local school board, rural water district board, and on the board of the Contract Poultry Growers Association.


■ DISTRICT G


Danny Antwine lives north of Soper in the community of Nelson. He is employed as an appraiser for the Choctaw County Assessor’s office. For 12 years, Antwine served as Choctaw County Commissioner for District 1. He served as chief of the Nelson Fire Department for over 20 years, and during the 1990s he served on the Choctaw Electric Cooperative board for eight years. Antwine is married to Diana Antwine.


■ DISTRICT H


Mike Brewer of Hugo is president and CEO of Security First National Bank of Hugo. Born and raised in Dequeen, Arkansas, Brewer says rural communities have always been a part of his life.


G E H D F B A Danny Antwine, Dist. G Mike Brewer, District H Marcia Wright, District I


Brewer earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Henderson State University, and a masters degree from Louisiana State University’s graduate school of banking.


Brewer and wife, Susan, have lived in Hugo for 32 years. They have two children, John Michael Brewer and Courtney Awtry, and three grandchildren.


■ DISTRICT I


Marcia Wright of Nashoba is a graduate of Southeastern State University where she earned a bachelor’s degreee and master’s degree. She has 29 years of experience in the education field, working as a high school business technology teacher, counselor, and superintendent of schools. She retired as superintendent of Nashoba Public School in 2011.


Wright is married to Roger Wright. The couple have two daughters, Alaina Bray, and Amanda Hendershot (deceased).


Members who wish to visit with their board members, may contact them via telephone or email. Contact information


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Budget Billing. With this option your energy usage is averaged over 12 months, helping you avoid seasonal high bills .


Automatic Payment Plan. Monthly bill payments are automatically withdrawn from your checking, savings, or credit card account.


Automated Pay-By-Phone. Pay using Visa or Mastercard by calling 800-780-6486, ext. 105. Please have your account number handy when you call.


Prepaid Billing. Pay ahead for your electricity and eliminate late penalties and disconnect fees. Requires an energy purchase of $50 to begin.


After Hours Payments. Use the payment drop box at CEC locations in Hugo, Idabel and Antlers, or use SmartHub to pay online.


Authorized Payment Locations. Pay your bill at any of the following locations Monday through Friday during regular office hours.


• First Bank & Trust, Idabel • McCurtain Co. National Bank, Idabel • Choctaw Electric Cooperative, Idabel • Idabel National Bank, Idabel • First Bank, Antlers • Ameri State Bank, Antlers • Choctaw Electric Cooperative, Antlers • First National Bank, Broken Bow • First Bank and Trust, Broken Bow •


McCurtain Co. National Bank, Broken Bow


• Shamrock Bank, Clayton • Choctaw Electric Cooperative, Hugo • First Bank, Hugo • First Bank and Trust, Hochatown • First State Bank, Valliant • McCurtain Co. National Bank, Valliant • First Bank and Trust, Wright City


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