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People’s Powerline | December 2016


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Members say ‘T anks’


We are very proud of our dedicated construction crews and line technicians, but it brings special honor when members notice their hard work in action. On Thursday, November 10, 2016, a crew led by Crew Supervisor Brad Butler was commended by members Bobby and Ronda Talley for a job well done during a pole replacement at Stuart. Additional crew members included Aaron Brown, Line Tech, Ryan Stoup, Construction Tech II and Rusty Stuart, Line Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Talley had the following kind words to say:


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“T ank you PEC for replacing our old wooden service pole that had been badly damaged by woodpeckers with a brand new metal pole. T e damage was fi rst noted by a crew installing upgrades to PEC service in our area. T ey informed us of the severe damage in the upper portion of the pole and told us PEC would have a crew scheduled to replace it in a few days. T e pole was replaced only two days later! T e men worked quickly to get the pole replaced and we were without electricity for about one and one-half hours. Awesome! T anks again! Your guys are the best!”


--Bobby and Ronda Talley Stuart, Oklahoma


SmartHub Continued from page 1


To go paperless, simply login at PEC’s SmartHub. Click “Pay a Bill / Report an Outage” atwww.PeoplesElectric.coop or access the SmartHub app via your mobile device as mentioned previously (see page 1). Once registered on SmartHub, you’ll be given the option to go paperless. You’ll receive a $5 credit, and earn entries into our fi nal PowerUp prize drawing of the year (certain restrictions apply). Questions? Contact PEC’s Member Services department at toll-free 1-877-456-3031 or (580) 332-3031 (Ada area).


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Awards Continued from page 1


Editors and communicators representing 17 co-ops across Oklahoma gathered at the awards banquet on November 3 to accept the awards and celebrate each other’s work. A total of 106 entries were judged in the competition.


Congratulations to all of the editors for representing their co-ops proudly, and keep up the good work!


Jennifer Boeck, PEC’s VP of Corporate Communications and Community Relations is the primary writer, graphic designer, editor and photographer for PEC’s award winning newsletter. She is also the administrator and content manager of PEC’s website.


Award of Merit - www.PeoplesElectric.coop Custom Site design and multi-level content management system by Cantrell Solutions (Ada, OK)


Best Photo - PEC line technicians (l-r) Brett Lowrie, Mitch Barnum, Heath Traylor and Dan Gunter pull together to bring up new power line located north of Sulphur on Highway 177 following a devastating tornado which swept through the area Monday evening, May 9, 2016.


In 2013, PEC’s website garnered an Award of Merit from the National Rural Electric Association (NRECA) in the Spotlight on Excellence national competition.


A PEC construction crew composed of Brad Butler, Aaron Brown, Ryan Stoup, and Rusty Stuart perform a pole replacement in Stuart, Okla. (Photo submitted)


Photo by Jennifer Boeck


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