Marshall County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Plymouth, Indiana. As a cooperative, Marshall County REMC follows seven core principles that are universal to cooperatives worldwide. Among those principles is one stressing education, training and information. Indiana Connection, a monthly magazine published especially for Indiana’s electric cooperative members, is one way the REMC informs and educates its members. Indiana Connection is available not only in a print format, but as an electronic publication for those who prefer getting their information on their electronic devices.
Check out Marshall County REMC’s app and have our services at your fingertips – wherever you go! We’ve packed your most requested services in one little app. Search “MREMC” in your app store. Secure, easy and always on for you to: View daily use Pay your bill Check account info Report an outage Call or… Continue reading.
Marshall County Fiber is now available in the green portion of the map shown below. Members who are interested in receiving fiber to the homes not included in the highlighted areas shown are encouraged to submit their information at www.marshallfiber.com at the bottom of the home page. This will help Marshall County Fiber identify where… Continue reading.
Some of the coolest new tech for your home will chill you out in the summer and keep you toasty in the winter – while reducing your carbon footprint and lowering your energy costs. If your home is cooled by an air source heat pump, the system also heats your home in the winter. And… Continue reading.
One of the things I love best about our community is the natural beauty that surrounds us. We are fortunate to have so many trees that offer beauty, shade and a habitat for all sorts of birds and other wildlife. We know that you appreciate our community for many of the same reasons. At Marshall… Continue reading.
Cooperatives can serve their member-consumers most effectively when they can work together. Cooperation among cooperatives is one of the seven cooperative principles that make us different from other electric utilities. Recently, Marshall County REMC and Kankakee Valley REMC used the power of partnership to install an osprey nest in rural St. Joseph County. Working… Continue reading.
Directors elected to the board Prize Drawing Winners $50 REMC bill credits Dale & Kaye Schultz Gary Neidig Kathleen Slonaker James Pondo Marshall Pranger Betty Stevenson Donna Shook Leigh Brown Sharon Bemish Doug Kucera Danny Winter Steve Hostetler Albert Mcvey Ronald Lemler Steve Craft Don Gray IOOF Lodge 373 William Vantwoud Thomas and Connie Kleckner… Continue reading.
Title: Journeyman Lineman Years of Service: 5 Cripe and his wife, Megan, have one son, Maxwell. Cripe enjoys firearms and spending time with his family. Cripe is looking forward to many more years of service to his community and the REMC. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to Marshall County REMC!
During Bob Broeker’s 21-plus years on the Marshall County REMC board of directors, he’s been especially grateful for three things. “I have met new people, developed new relationships and gained an immeasurable amount of knowledge,” he said. “I have truly enjoyed being part of a business and organization that always operates in the best interest… Continue reading.
Over the last few years, Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats have become a popular upgrade for people updating equipment in their homes. Thermostats such as the Nest and Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats (among others) connect to a home’s wireless Internet network and can be programmed remotely from a wireless device, such as a smart phone or tablet. You may… Continue reading.
Since 1935, Marshall County REMC has provided dependable electricity and quality service to its members. Today, the rural members of Marshall County REMC are underserved by high-speed internet, much like the co-op’s rural residents were underserved with electricity in the 1930s. High-speed internet is now recognized across the county as being just as… Continue reading.
Title: Journeyman Lineman Years of Service: 10 Chris Ennis and his wife, Celia, have three daughters (Lia, Delaney and Olivia) and one son (Braylon). Ennis enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, coaching and going to the gym. He enjoys spending time with his family. We thank you for your 10 years of dedicated service!
Marshall County REMC was one of three Indiana electric cooperatives to send crews and equipment to assist with the power restoration effort in Kentucky after an ice storm moved through the state in mid-February. Twelve Indiana electric cooperatives lineworkers were dispatched to Licking Valley Rural Electric Cooperatives in West Liberty, Kentucky, to assist in the… Continue reading.