Marshall County REMC is more than an electric company. We are a not-for-profit, member owned electric cooperative. As a cooperative member, you have more influence on Marshall County REMC than you might realize. Not only can you contact us to share your thoughts, ideas, and experiences, you can also take part in guiding the direction of your co-op into the future. How? You can serve on our board of directors!
An REMC board member represents the interests and values of his/her fellow REMC members and helps make important decisions that impact all REMC members, such as company policies, electric rates, community involvement and future plans. Board members are men and women dedicated to their cooperative, who give their time and energy to put Marshall County REMC in the best position to succeed for years to come.
Every January, candidates are nominated by a committee. Members may also be nominated by petition of over 18 signatures from verified members. Candidates must be residents in the cooperative’s service terrritory.
The cooperative way of doing business is more important now than ever. Looking out for your neighbors and your community is the way we have operated since our founding in 1936. And thanks to the faithful service of our board of directors, we will continue serving our membership for many years to come.