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PAGE 4 | LIVEWIRE | SEPTEMBER 2016 CONTACT US


Tri-County Electric Cooperative 995 Mile 46 Road P.O. Box 880 Hooker, Oklahoma 73945


Offi ce Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday Phone: 580-652-2418 Toll Free: 800-522-3315 E-mail: info@tcec.coop www.tcec.coop


BOARD OF TRUSTEES District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9


Vacant


Erwin Elms Ronny White C.J. Mouser Joe Mayer Larry Dunn


Shawn Martinez Cletus Carter Larry Hodges


TCEC board meetings are the fourth Friday of every month.


PAYMENT OPTIONS AutoPay (Bank or credit card draft) Pay As You Go (Prepay) Online Bill Pay (www.tcec.coop) Pay by Phone (580-652-2418) Drop off Payment (Offi ce in Hooker) Payment Centers (Locations below)


Town Name and Address


Beaver Downing’s Market 216 Douglas St.


Boise City


Moore’s Food 201 East Main Street


Elkhart EPICTOUCH 451 Morton St.


Goodwell54 GAS N GO 227 S. Aggie Ave


Guymon Mitchell Theaters Northridge Shopping Center, 1928 N. Hwy 64


Guymon Carter’s Market Place Northridge Shopping Center, 1928 N. Hwy 64


Guymon Mora’s Market 702 N. Main Street


Hooker TCEC Offi ce 995 Mile 46 Road


DIGITAL EDITION www.ok-living.coop


Hours 7a-7p


Mon-Sun 8a-9p


Mon-Sun


9a-6p, Mon-Sat 6a-11p


Mon-Sun 24x7


7a-11p Mon-Sun 8a-9p


Mon-Sun 24x7


safe deposit box for one year with new deposit account


FREE


TCEC members who show their TCEC Co-op Connections card at the Bank of Beaver City receive a free safe deposit box for one year with a new deposit account, such as checking or savings. Photo courtesy Bank of Beaver City.


Co-op Connections Bank of Beaver City


TCEC members who present their card at the Bank of Beaver City will receive a free safe deposit box for one year with a new deposit account, such as checking.


With locations in Turpin, Oklahoma, and Liberal, Kansas, as well as the main offi ce in Beaver, Oklahoma, the Bank of Beaver City has three full service banking locations to meet customer needs. The bank was chartered more than one hundred years ago, in 1902, by a group of local businessmen. The branch in Turpin opened in 1984 and the Liberal Banking Center was constructed in 2007. “Our fi rst priority is quality customer service,” said Tammie Cline, senior vice president and cashier. “We continually pursue new technology to better serve our customers and now offer the convenience of mobile banking and internet banking free of charge. You can bank with us 24 hours a day.” Today, the Bank of Beaver City continues to be locally owned. Cline attributes the bank’s success to the loyalty and support of its customers. Types of accounts offered by the bank:


• Personal Checking • FREE Kasasa Cash • FREE Kasasa Cash back • FREE Checking • Regular Checking


• NOW Account Checking • Premier Index Checking • Money Market Investment Checking


• Business Checking • Personal Savings • FREE Kasasa Saver • Regular Savings • Health Savings NOW Account • Certifi cates of Deposit • Traditional IRA • Roth IRA • Education IRA


Some of the services the bank offers include: loans, online bill pay, wire transfers, direct deposit, mobile banking, personal fi nance manager, and more. For more information, contact: Bank of Beaver City 130 S. Douglas Ave. Beaver, OK 73932 580.625.4511


www.bankofbeaver.com


To see all participating businesses and discounts, visit www.tcec.coop. 


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