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Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative Announces Plan to Relocate Headquarters to Spencer

WELLINGTON, OH (October 31, 2019) –  Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative (LMRE) is excited to announce plans to build a new headquarters in Spencer, Ohio, at the Spencer Industrial Park, located on Spencer Road (State Route 301) on land already owned by LMRE.

HENDERSON JOINS FESCO AS NEW ACCOUNTING CLERK

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric and North Central Electric cooperatives are pleased to welcome Brittany Henderson to the finance and accounting depart

LORAIN-MEDINA RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE TEAMS UP WITH PCS FOR PEOPLE TO HOST ONE-DAY RECYCLING DROP OFF FOR ELECTRONICS

WELLINGTON, OH (September 3, 2019) – Residents, businesses, governmental institutions, schools and anyone else with unused electronic equipment are invited to a free and safe 1-day drop-off electronic recycling center at Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative (LMRE) at

LORAIN-MEDINA & NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES WELCOMES NEW MANAGER OF INFORMATION SERVICES, BRET SURDOCK, TO THE TEAM

Bret Surdock - Manager of Information ServicesAttica & Wellington, OH – (August 2, 2019) North Central Electric and Lorain-Media Rural Electric cooperatives (together as Federated Energy Services Cooperative, Inc.) announces the hire of Bret Surdock, the new Manager of Information Services, a newly created position, that will serve both cooperatives.

NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRIC REPRESENTS COOPERATIVES AT EPA ROUNDTABLE INTRODUCING AFFORDABLE ENERGY RULE (ACE)

COLUMBUS, OH (July 19, 2019) - North Central Electric Cooperative, the sister cooperative of Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative, board trustee Nick Wagner spoke on behalf of Ohio’s 24 electric cooperatives in a round table discussion at Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives in Columbus last week to express approval for the Environmental Protecti

Ketvertes named new Director of Communications

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric and North Central Electric have selected Shannon Ketvertes as the new Director of Communications for both cooperatives.

LMRE employees make Commitment to Zero Contacts

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric employees have agreed to take part in the Commitment to Zero Contacts initiative as part of the cooperative’s drive to continue operating as safely as possible. This initiative, introduced by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and the Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange at the April 2018 Safety Leadership Summit, aims to help eliminate serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) due to electrical contact, while also enhancing cooperative safety programs. 

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