Tipmont director and board chairman Jerry Peevler passed away on December 31, 2020. Peevler was Tipmont’s District 6 director covering eastern Montgomery County and western Fountain county.
As the world speeds up, Wintek powered by Tipmont is proud to provide super-fast fiber internet. With a dedicated fiber connection and unlimited data, we want you to take full advantage of our state-of-the-art service. To do that, you need to optimize the set up in your home.
Over the last several months, so many of our favorite in-person gathering places had to pivot in ways few of us could have imagined at the beginning of 2020. We saw sit-down institutions turn to takeout turnabouts for dinner and develop delivery strategies for lunch. And yet there always seemed to be a meal that served as a final frontier for this new era, and that’s brunch.
Cindy Bass retired at the end of 2020 after 13 years of service. During her time at Wintek, she worked in telecommunications support and billing.
Tipmont REMC will be closed on the following dates in observance of the Christmas and New Year's holiday:
When Tipmont acquired Wintek Corporation in January 2019, the focus was on Wintek’s existing and stable infrastructure and highly skilled workforce. Both immediately benefited from our initiative to build state-of-the-art broadband to Tipmont’s electric service area.
Jeff Wilcox will retire at the end of this year after 35 years of service. During his time at Tipmont, he’s served as a lineman, line working foreman, serviceman and a substation technician. He also oversaw the construction of Tipmont’s Battle Ground office that opened in 2009. Prior to joining Tipmont, Wilcox was employed with Public Service Indiana (now Duke Energy) for eight years.
Former Tipmont REMC Lineman Ralph Winger passed away on Oct. 29. Winger retired from Tipmont in 2004 after 39 years of service.
In 2018, the Purdue Center for Regional Development completed an impact study focused on rural broadband to help Tipmont’s leadership decide whether we should offer this service. As Ron Holcomb mentions, the study found a 400% rate of return. We already see the results in action!
For fans of baked goods, all sorts of delectable decisions await you in downtown Lafayette. I’ve extolled the virtues of Sweet Revolution’s personal pies here before. Scones and Doilies offers a more European spin with filled rugelach pastries and savory spinachand- cheese galettes.