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Executive Team

Member Services and Marketing & Technical Services

 

Marshall Cherry, Chief Operating Officer   

This department is responsible for providing member-owners with up-to-date information about the cooperative and its services. It also administers a broad range of community relations and marketing efforts, i.e., grant and youth programs. This department is also responsible for billing, collecting, meter reading, and coordinating all service requests as well as maintaining complete personal records of all consumer-members.

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Human Resources and Finance

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Kim Braxton, Vice President of Human Resources, Personnel, Benefits and Accounting
This department directs all aspects of the cooperative’s employment, wage and salary administration, benefits, regulating compliance and training functions.  Manages the cooperative’s financial activities and general accounting, planning, banking, insurance and taxes.

Engineering and Operations

Billy J. Yates, Vice President of Operations and Engineering

This department is responsible for constructing and maintaining the cooperative's electric distribution system, maintaining all of the cooperative's fleet of vehicles, and maintaining existing cooperative lines, both overhead and underground, and construct new lines as needed. Other responsibilities include system mapping, electric metering, substation monitoring, promoting, coordinating and maintaining all safety initiatives.

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News and Events

April 28, 2017

Member-owners gathered at Roanoke Electric Cooperative’s headquarter office on Thursday, April 20, to try its high-speed internet network offered through its Roanoke Connect Phase II project.

April 26, 2017

Find out how you can save big on your electric bill each month in the May issue fo the Roanoke Flashes!

April 24, 2017

May is a month to enjoy the flowers, soak up sunshine and cross those final tasks off your spring-cleaning checklist. Some of those jobs might require skills and equipment you don’t often use, so it’s a good time brush up on electrical safety, especially considering it’s National Electrical Safety Month!



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