More than 2,000 people attended Southwestern Electric Cooperative’s 79th Annual Meeting of Members, held Saturday, Sept. 9 at Greenville Junior High School. Members elected three directors to the board and were introduced to the co-op’s new CEO. From left are Ann Schwarm, president of Southwestern Electric; directors Richard Gusewelle of Edwardsville, Sandy Nevinger of Greenville, Annette Hartlieb of Vandalia; and CEO Bobby Williams.
More than 2,000 people attended Southwestern Electric Cooperative’s 79th Annual Meeting of Members, held Saturday, Sept. 9 at Greenville Junior High School. Members elected three directors to the board and were introduced to the co-op’s new CEO. From left are Ann Schwarm, president of Southwestern Electric; directors Richard Gusewelle of Edwardsville, Sandy Nevinger of Greenville, Annette Hartlieb of Vandalia; and CEO Bobby Williams. Provided
More than 2,000 people attended Southwestern Electric Cooperative’s 79th Annual Meeting of Members, held Saturday, Sept. 9 at Greenville Junior High School. Members elected three directors to the board and were introduced to the co-op’s new CEO. From left are Ann Schwarm, president of Southwestern Electric; directors Richard Gusewelle of Edwardsville, Sandy Nevinger of Greenville, Annette Hartlieb of Vandalia; and CEO Bobby Williams. Provided

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