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People’s Powerline | June 2016


New CEO Continued from page 1


Wood. “We value the opportunity to provide electricity to each of our members and realize the impact our service makes in the communities we serve. This is a terrific privilege and opportunity.”


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Kevin Wood in 1997 as a PEC Construction Technician II.


Wood joined PEC in 1993 while attending East Central University. Upon receiving his bachelor’s degree in 1997, he joined the co-op full- time as a construction technician. After completing the apprentice program and becoming a journeyman lineman, Wood was named Director of SCADA and Environmental Services. In 2004 he was promoted to the position of Operating Services Unit Manager. Serving in this role he supervised several departments of the cooperative’s Operations Division. Since 2014, Wood has served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Services at PEC. During this time he has been responsible for the human resources and public relations duties at the cooperative, while continuing to supervise PEC’s Dispatching and SCADA Services. Most recently, he has been an integral part of PEC’s management team responsible for the negotiations of power purchase contracts which are aimed to secure PEC’s current and future power needs. Kevin is an Ada High School graduate. He and his wife, Shana, live at Latta. They have four daughters, Taryn Mills (husband Brandon), twins Tori and Tawni and youngest daughter Tybrie.


Regarding the impending retirement of Randy Ethridge, Wood expressed his appreciation for Ethridge’s dedicated service for the past 31 years. “Randy has been a remarkable leader and mentor who has been responsible for a great portion of PEC’s success over the years. He leaves a big set of shoes to fill. Randy has always set the bar high. I’m looking forward to the challenge of continuing a tradition of excellence at PEC,” said Wood.


June’s PowerUp product: Our popular outdoor security light (shown here), along with 250 watt, 400 watt and 1000 watt flood lights.


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EC-installed security lighting is not only the most convenient


way to light up the exterior of your home, it’s also economical.


The co-op installs and maintains outdoor security lights that come on at dusk and turn off at dawn. Outside security lights can illuminate a dark driveway or yard, and provide the extra light you need to safely move around your property outdoors after the sun sets.


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Security light rental currently starts at only $4 per month, plus usage cost. Installation, operation and maintenance of the light on existing poles are provided by PEC (certain restrictions apply).


If additional construction would be needed for a security light at your location, or to request a security light, please contact PEC’s Customer Service department toll-free 1-877- 456-3031 or (580) 332-3031 (Ada area) Monday thru Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.


Our popular outdoor security light, along with 250 watt, 400 watt and 1000 watt flood lights are featured products during June. That means


Security lights provide peace of mind


you’ll receive a FREE multi-device charger adapter when you take advantage of the security light program any time this month.


You could win . . . install a new PEC security light this month, and you’ll be entered to win a special “Power Up” drawing for a Bluetooth Speaker, mobile charger set and a Kindle Fire HD tablet.


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Upcoming drawings will take place June 1, 2016, and September 1, 2016. As an added bonus, all members who take advantage of a Power Up product or service this year will be entered into a Christmas appliance drawing.


For more info, contact our office during business hours or visit: www.PeoplesElectric.coop/ securitylights


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