Reukauf named pres of Mid-Rivers telephone co-op


Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative members met at the Garfield County High School Gymnasium in Jordan on Wednesday, May 27, for Mid-Rivers' 57th Annual Meeting to elect three members to the cooperative's board of trustees and to conduct other cooperative business. Trustees re-elected to three-year terms were Mark Robbins, District 1; Don Kimmel, District 2; and Nick Murnion, District 3. 
Rick Betts of Moss Adams, LLP, gave Mid-Rivers' audit report, followed by Tom Smith of Moulton Bellingham PC, with the legal report. Mid-Rivers General Manager Bill Wade presented the cooperative's general manager's report. Lunch was served by the VFW Auxiliary Post 7886 at the VFW Hall in Jordan.
Mid-Rivers members attending the annual meeting received an attendance gift and were also eligible for numerous door prizes. Door prize winners were:
Nellie Johnson, Jordan, NOAA Public Alert Weather Radio; John Fitzgerald,
Jordan, $100; Edwin Rogge, Sand Springs, binoculars; Rose Lehner, Jordan, Montana Silversmiths necklace; Karen Dutton, Jordan, Coleman cooler; Mary Pawlowski, Circle, hanging flower basket; Jim Johnke, Winnett, wireless phone with Mid-Rivers Wireless service; Helen Miller, Richey, Leatherman pocket knife; Ralph Corbett, Winnett, Chicago Cutlery steak knife set; Ruth Hinnaland, Circle, oil painting by Judy Bollinger; Lori Murnion, Jordan, $100; Gladys Stanton, Jordan, hanging flower basket; Mary Pat Watson, Jordan, Mid-Rivers Cable Television gift basket; Tanna Rogge, Sand Springs, $100; Giff Wood, Miles City, halogen stand light; Baan Wille, Jordan, $200 savings bond; George Shawver, Brussett, wireless phone with Mid-Rivers Wireless service; Rita Wimmer, Miles City, water color painting by Judy Bolilnger; John Bilbro, Jordan, Montana Silversmiths money clip; and Fern Schilbreff, Jordan, $500.
In the board of trustees' organizational meeting held after the annual meeting, Rob Reukauf was elected as Mid-Rivers president, Alan Sevier was elected as vice president and Gene Engen was re-elected as secretary/treasurer. Craig Johnson was re-elected as president of Mid-Rivers' wholly-owned subsidiary, Cable & Communications Corporation (C&CC), Mark Tombre was elected as C&CC vice president and Mark Robbins was elected as C&CC secretary/treasurer.

Published June 10, 2009

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