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Cimarron Trustees


Tom Kloeppel, President.. ..........Dist. 6 Ron Sproul, V-President.............Dist. 1 Jim Simmons, Secretary .............Dist. 9 Robert Yeoman, Treasurer ..........Dist. 7 Amie Reed .................................Dist. 4 Gene Peters ................................Dist. 5 ....................................................Dist. 3 Raymond Flatt ............................Dist. 8 Chalentz Hedges........................ Dist. 2


Cimarron CEO Mark Snowden


CEC News Editor Barry Haynie


What to do if the electricity goes off...


1. Check your fuse or breaker box.. 2. Check with your neighbors. Is their power off? If so, have they already reported the outage? 3. Call CEC at 375-4121 or our toll free number 1-800-375-4121 and the trouble will be corrected as soon as possible.


Have your service number, account number, or map location ready. This information helps our dispatchers pin-point the location of your problem. Very valuable if you have multiple accounts.


Connect, Disconnects Not Made On Weekends


Please do not call and request that a connect, disconnect, or reconnect be made from 5:00 p.m. on Friday until 8:00 a.m. Monday, as we do NOT have anyone on duty during that time for that type of work. All connects, disconnects will be made on a Monday through Friday schedule.


For Updates on Outages, Friend us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter.


Floyd Driever Retires as District 3 Trustee


Floyd Driever attended his first meet- ing representing District 3 at the Au- gust meeting of the Cimarron Electric Cooperative Trustees. The year was 1998. Floyd has repre- sented his fellow friends and neigh- bors in his district in Watonga for 17 years. Obviously Floyd did it very well as he was elected and re-elected to serve his district six times!


Not only did Floyd serve his Cimar- ron Members in his district, but Floyd also served his community by helping and volunteering in many different ways. Serving up the Christmas Din- ner at Watonga for 23 years is a great example.


Floyd and his wife Shirley were blessed with 3 boys. They farm and ranch in Blaine County. Floyd said that his family is his pride and joy.


He loved serving on the Cimarron Electric Cooperative Board as they strived to make it all work and do it within budget. Looking at the future of Cimarron Electric, Floyd is con- cerned about the cost of everything, especially as government regulations are increasing. Floyd commented that his goal for Cimarron Electric over these past 17 years was to do the best we can to serve our members!


Mark Snowden, Cimarron Electric Cooperative CEO said, “ I want to thank Floyd Driever for all his years of service to the members of Cimarron Electric. Floyd was not a quiet man and had a grin that always followed his laugh. Floyd spoke up for his friends and neighbors in District 3 and represented them well. He was always conscientious of how your money was being spent and was an advocate for all members. Thank you Floyd for all you did for your coopera- tive.”


2016 Cimarron Electric Cooperative Rural Electric Youth Tour Contest


The 2016 Youth Tour contest is underway. A Cimarron Electric repre- sentative is visiting and testing high school juniors in area schools. Each year Cimarron sends 3 contest winners on an expense paid trip to


Washington D.C. The winners will take the trip June 10-16, 2016. For more information about the contest, call Jeff Hyatt @ (405)-375-4121.


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