Graves retires after 20 years of service

Posted on Mar 25 2019 in Clark County REMC

Clark County REMC Member Services Representative Ruth Ann Graves retires this month after 20 years of service with the cooperative.

Graves began her career with the cooperative in 1999 and has enjoyed working with the members to help them meet their needs, meeting new members and working with her fellow REMC colleagues. 

“My fondest memory while working at the REMC is during Christmas time. It is so enjoyable! Everyone seems to be kinder, more giving and happier,” said Graves.

She already has big plans for her retirement. In June, Graves and her husband, Dave, and their entire family will be celebrating the couple’s 40th wedding anniversary in Hawaii. The couple also plans to travel to Israel in 2020. She looks forward to these and other moments to spend time with her family.

This year, Graves was diagnosed with breast cancer. During her retirement, she plans to volunteer to raise money for breast cancer research. She also plans to spend time volunteering at her church.

Thank you, Ruth Ann, for your many years of service to the cooperative and its members. We wish you well in your retirement!