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As snow melts and the ground thaws, electric cooperatives start planning for their annual meetings. Did you know that as a retail member of your local energy co-op, you are also part owner? You have an ownership stake and a direct say in how things are run. As a result, your cooperative’s annual meeting directly… Continue reading.



CEO Ron Raypole

The value of electricity continues to shine

How many of you remember dropping into Noble REMC with your parents or grandparents to pay the light bill? Whether you do that in person, by mail or online, today paying your monthly bill does a lot more than just keep the lights on. Electricity keeps us connected to our modern world. Consider all the… Continue reading.



Rob Hauck

Be scam aware

Your phone rings. You glance at the caller ID, and it shows the call is coming from Noble REMC. When you pick up the phone, the caller identifies himself as an REMC employee and says you have an overdue bill, and if you don’t pay it immediately, your power will be cut off. Don’t be… Continue reading.

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View patronage capital online

Noble REMC is looking for members who have patronage capital checks due to them. We have posted a list of names to our website for members, or former members, to view. Several names on the list are former members for whom we have no current address. Others are current members who neglected to cash their… Continue reading.

REMC salutes years of service

For every five years of service to the cooperative, Noble REMC honors its directors and employees for their accomplishments. The REMC thanks the following individuals for their dedicated service to the cooperative: Robert Lortie, director — 40 years William Emmert, director — 15 years Andrew Strack, director — 15 years Kay Rappel, operations member service… Continue reading.




Your spare change makes a difference

Thanks to more than 80 percent of Noble REMC members who graciously allow their electric bills to be rounded to the nearest dollar to support our Operation Round Up program. The rounded-up money (pennies per month) is placed in a charitable trust with oversight by its own volunteer board of directors. The money is awarded… Continue reading.

Serve on your board of directors

At this year’s Noble REMC Annual Meeting and Picnic on Saturday, June 2, members can vote for individuals to represent them for the following districts: District 3: Wayne Township in Noble County and that part of Milford Township in LaGrange County. Currently represented by Andy Strack. District 6: Jefferson and Albion townships in Noble County…. Continue reading.

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