It’s no secret that consumers with a water, gas or electricity connection have long been targets for utility scams, but fraudsters have changed their tactics since the Covid-19 pandemic. As consumers became more reliant on technology for work, school and commerce, scammers noted these shifts and adapted their tactics to this changed environment. Imposter scams… Continue reading.
As a token of our appreciation, we would like to give you a $10 coupon redeemable at The Feedbag, Lions Club, Fish Fryers or Taco Garden during the Marshall County 4-H Fair. To receive your coupon, just bring the voucher below to the Marshall County REMC booth on Wednesday, July 20. Can’t make it on… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC says farewell to Office Manager and CFO David Denney. Denney has been an employee at Marshall County REMC for 15 years. He is looking forward to spending time with family. His plans include working in his garden, mowing, traveling, and remodeling projects. The board of directors and employees of Marshall County REMC… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC is pleased to welcome Naomi Podlesak as the new chief financial officer (CFO). She previously worked at RBC Precision Products in Plymouth and Bremen as the accounting and administrative manager. She is from Plymouth and currently resides there. A Plymouth High School graduate, Podlesak earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting… Continue reading.
Name: Josh VanVactor Title: Journeyman Lineman Years of Service: 15 Josh VanVactor began working at Marshall County REMC in 2007. He became a lineman because he likes being able to work outside in a hands-on environment. He also thought it would be rewarding to do a job that most are afraid to try. His favorite… Continue reading.
The Marshall County REMC linemen assisted Walnut Township by installing six 55-foot poles. These poles will have tornado sirens installed in June. The poles were strategically placed around the township to ensure coverage. This will allow the proper warning in case of an emergency. Pictured from left are Chris Ennis, Kenny Eggleston, Steve Wilhelm, Mark… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC temporarily suspended all credit card & E-check fees at the start of the pandemic for convenience to our members and to avoid any unnecessary health risks. Fees associated with these transactions have grown to a level that the REMC can no longer assume them. To recover our costs, the REMC is now… Continue reading.
There is no better way to kick off summer than with a good old-fashioned picnic. That’s why your co-op chose a picnic-style format for its member appreciation/annual business meeting event. Our friends and neighbors — specifically the member-consumers of Kankakee Valley REMC — were our special guests. Approximately 483 registered member-consumers and their families braved the… Continue reading.
Six local high school seniors were the recipients of the Kankakee Valley REMC Operation Round Up scholarships totaling $8,000. Two $2,000 scholarships and four $1,000 scholarships are given annually to graduating high school seniors whose parents/guardians participate in the Operation Round Up program. Students completed an application identifying their involvement in school and extracurricular activities,… Continue reading.
At the time of print, Youth Tour delegates were beginning their trip to Washington D.C. Watch for highlights from their trip in the August Indiana Connection magazine.