Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch announced that Tippecanoe County will receive $127,075 in grant funding to enable three public WiFi hotspots. The grant is a joint effort by the Tippecanoe County Commissioners, Tippecanoe School Corporation, and Wintek powered by Tipmont.
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After winter weather and material delays slowed construction in January and February, we’re delighted to report that we’re back to building at full speed. We’ve completed construction on 190 miles of fiber in our Yeddo and Wea build areas, bringing service to over 1,450 homes. As of mid-March, construction is underway in our Roberts and Hillsboro builds.
Exploring what these principles mean for you
Indiana’s electric cooperatives operate according to the seven cooperative principles. These principles help guide the operations of all co-ops throughout the world and form the basis of the cooperative spirit to this day.
Tipmont’s board of directors announces the appointment of Wesley Stockdale to the District 6 seat previously held by the late Jerry Peevler. Stockdale will serve the remainder of the current District 6 term, which is up for election in 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges everywhere and our youth are certainly no exception. The cancellation of 2021's Youth Tour and Touchstone Energy Camp are but two of many missed opportunities. However, many other opportunities are still available. Here are a few you may want to share with the young people you know.
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.
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:
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.