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2016 Annual Meeting

Male and female member signing in with WIN Energy Employees at 2016 Annual Meeting.

At this year’s annual meeting there were 532 registered members, as well as several guests.  Among those in attendance were Gene DorsGrand prize winner, Janice Nowaskie, sitting on the John Deere riding lawn mower she won.ey, age 96 and Harold Scheller, age 94, who were awarded gifts for being the oldest members in attendance. The door prizes that members received this year were a $5.00 electric bill credit, an energy efficiency kit, a tote bag and a green LED light bulb. The green LED light bulb is part of a national campaign, “Greenlight A Vet” to honor our U.S. Military Veterans. All veterans attending the meeting were honored and recognized. Members also had a chance to win one of 125 attendance prizes.  Congratulations to the grand prize winner, Janice Nowaskie, who won the John Deere riding lawn mower. 

During registration, attendees were entertained by bluegrass musicians from Mariah Creek and The Riegle Kids.  The meeting began with Carsyn Wayland, a tenth grade student from Sullivan High School, singing the National Anthem followed by Board Director, Phillip Carter leading the invocation. Board Chairman, Daniel Schuckman and corporate attorney, CBluegrass musicians from Mariah Creek and The Riegle Kids entertaining the crowd at the 2016 Annual Meeting.hris Goffinet conducted the business meeting.  The financial reports were given by Board Treasurer, Marion Jochim and REMC auditor, Joe Boesing.

Retiring directors-Emil Page and Doris Brocksmith-at the WIN Energy REMC 2016 Annual Meeting.The election of directors was conducted and the members that were present voted to elect the following directors to represent the membership in their districts:  Marion Jochim to represent district 1 and Marlin Dreiman to represent district 4.




View this video shown at the meeting which is a review of 2015 and highlights a few of our Commercial and Industrial members.