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Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative employees who recently reached milestones in their careers and were presented service awards. 

 

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative employees in the
Engineering and Operations Department

(Pictured from the left)

Front row: Robert Lankford – 25 years, Richard Harris – 25 years. Back row: Evan Stembridge – 25 years, Wesley Lipscomb – 30 years, and Ronald Glass – 10 years.

 

 

 

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative employees in the
Accounting and Administration Departments

(Pictured from the left)
Carol Ann Jones – 25 years, Sherry Martin Harris – 10 years,
and Ann Rutledge – 25 years.

 

 

 

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative employees in the Chase City District 

(Pictured from the left)
Randy Whirley – 10 years, Sue Sizemore – 10 years, Peggy Ranson 5 years,
and Joe Hostetter – 15 years.

 

 

 

 

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative in the Chase City District employee

David Lawson (right) recognized for 10 years of service
by John Lee, MEC president and CEO.

 

 

 

John Lee, president and CEO of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (right),
congratulates employee Robert Lankford who recently accepted an award from the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives on behalf of the
MEC team of linemen who were recognized for helping restore power for New Jersey residents following Superstorm Sandy.

 

 

 

The American Lineman Hero award was presented to Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative linemen for their efforts in restoring power to customers of the investor-owned utility, Jersey Central Power and Light, following Superstorm Sandy.  The devastation of this storm caused investor-owned utilities to make an unprecedented request for assistance from the nation’s electric cooperatives.

 

 

 

 

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative linemen start gathering to receive instructions and begin another day of work for Jersey Central Power and Light following Superstorm Sandy.  Pictured are (from left) Matthew Doss, Norman Rose, Randy Whirley, Mark Bandy, Coleman Shelton, Joe Hostetter, Brad Clark, Robert Lankford, Nelson Smith, Garey Huff, and David Holloway. Not Pictured: Ronnie Long and Myles Moore. The American Lineman Hero award was given to them recently by the Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives for their service in a time
of need.
 

 

 
 

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