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Trustees Appointed for CKenergy Co-op Three districts will encompass former Kiwash service territory.


Kilowatt B


NOVEMBER 2015


Published for members of Kiwash Electric Cooperative


A supplement to Oklahoma Living


eginning January 1, 2016, the Kiwash Electric Cooperative (KEC) membership will see familiar faces leading their new


co-op. Three Kiwash Electric trustees, appointed by the existing KEC board, will continue their service on the board of CKenergy Cooperative.


The length of each trustee’s term of office is based on the time remaining in their previous term as a Kiwash Electric trustee. When a trustee’s term of office expires, that district will hold an election to elect their trustee. District elections typically take place in July. “Democracy works properly only when members participate; so we always encourage members to attend these meetings,” saidDennis Krueger, Kiwash general manager.


Robert Travis


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Replacing utility poles ensures improved service and safety. page 4


Kiwash Electric Cooperative PO Box 100 • 120 West 1st Street Cordell, Oklahoma 73632


tele: (888) 832-3362 www.kiwash.coop


OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm.


POWER OUTAGE HOT LINE 888-832-3362


BOARD OF TRUSTEES Jack Sawatzky, President


Robert Travis, Vice President John Schaufele, Secretary Treasurer Rex Eagan, Asst. Secretary Treasurer Jevon West


Marvin Hankins John Schaufele Jack Sawatzky


CKenergy district boundaries will be officially adopted in January, Krueger added. The new districts and trustees are as follows:


Robert Travis, District #10 . Travis will serve as District 10 trustee until the official district election in 2016. The official term of office is three years.


John Schaufele, District #11. Schaufele will represent District 11 until the official district meeting in 2017. The term of office is three years.


New District Map


Under the consolidation agreement, Kiwash Electric territory will be divided into three voting districts. CKenergy will adopt the new district boundaries in January.


Jack Sawatzky, District #12. Sawatzky will represent District 12 until the official district meeting and election in 2018. The term of office is three years.


Commenting on


the latest developments in consolidation process Krueger said, “History is being made on January 1. In the 77 year history of electric cooperatives in Oklahoma, this will be the first consolidation of two similarly-minded electric cooperatives. The name will change to CKenergy Electric Cooperative, Inc., but the cooperative mission remains the same.”


Dennis Krueger, General Manager PAYMENT OPTIONS


• Pay online at www.kiwash.coop.


• Pay by phone by calling 855-875-7216.Available 24 hours a day. Visa or Mastercard.


• Pay in person at 120 West 1st St., Cordell, Monday - Friday, 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.


• Pay via automatic draft of your checking or savings account. To sign up, please visitwww.kiwash.coop or call 888-832-3362.


• Pay at one of our authorized payment locations:


Custer City Hall Custer City, Oklahoma


First National Bank Thomas, Oklahoma


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