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Meet the Candidates for Trustee District 2


ANDY STEWART Place of residence: Grove, Oklahoma Place of birth: Independence, Kansas Years at present address: 11 years Years of coopera ve membership: 11 years Educa on background: B.S. in Business from the University of Kansas.


Work background: Currently, General Manager of Patricia Island Golf Club. Prior to that, spent six years in insurance sales with a small, independent agency.


Community involvement: Current chairman of the Grand Lake Family YMCA Board of Directors. Member and past chairman of the Grove Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. President-elect of the Grove Rotary Club. Also very involved with Grove Public Schools golf programs and junior golf.


Accomplishments: Four-year le erman for the University of Kansas men’s golf team. Awarded Grove Ci zen of the Year by the Grove Police Department. Received Director of the Year recogni on from the Grove Area Chamber of Commerce.


Family info: I come from a very small family. When both sides are tallied up for mul ple genera ons the total doesn’t reach twenty. We are life me Grand Lakers and could not imagine living anywhere else.


District 7


JAMES WADE Place of residence: Salina, Oklahoma Place of birth: Pryor, Oklahoma Years at present address: 33 years Years of coopera ve membership: 33 years Educa on background: Pryor High School and Rogers State. Voca onal training in electrical and machinist.


Work background: Pryor Foundry, A. P. Green Refractories (dra ing and engineering), owner of Wade’s Body Shop, farmer/rancher, real estate agent.


Community involvement: Trustee for both REC and KAMO boards. Trustee at First United Methodist Church, Pryor. Member of Salina Area Chamber of Commerce. Member of District 9 Rural Water Board. Member of Pon ac-Oakland Club.


Accomplishments: NRECA Creden al Coopera ve Director with Board Leadership Cer fi cate. Patent-holder with A. P. Green Refractories.


Family info: Married 33 years to Wanda. They have a son, daughter and four grandsons. District 9


JIMMY CAUDILL Place of residence: Grove, Oklahoma Place of birth: Jay, Oklahoma Years at present address: 20 years Years of coopera ve membership: 20 years


Educa on background: Grove High School graduate. Graduated from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Miami, with an Associate’s Degree in Accoun ng. Obtained Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administra on from Northeastern State University, Tahlequah


Work background: Farm, ranch and construc on.


Community involvement: Delaware County Reserve Deputy, 1992-2000. Northeast Oklahoma Electric Coopera ve District 9 Board Member, 2014-2016.


Family info: Jimmy and wife Melissa (Missy) have a son (Jackie, 16) and daughter (Lindsay, 13). Father Jack also served on coopera ve board. Mother is Juanita. Fi h genera on of Caudill family that have called northeast Oklahoma home.


6 - NE Connection


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