Mark your calendar - the Annual Meeting is June 22nd!
• Huntington County Fairgrounds
• Doors open at 10:30
As a local electric cooperative, Heartland REMC has deep roots that stretch all the way back to 1936. Locally owned and locally governed, find out what makes your energy cooperative different.
With a strong past and a bright future, Heartland REMC focuses on the sustainability not only for our system but also our members. Through us you add renewable energy sources to your home.
Helping You Save Tomorrow
Heartland REMC’s certified Energy Advisor is here to assist you with all of your energy questions and concerns.Find deals on energy saving products, learn how to get started with renewable energy, or schedule a FREE energy audit of your home. Energy Advisor services are only available to Heartland REMC members.
information & forms
Dedicated to you.
Setting up service, applying for rebates, and adding alternative generation are just a few of the many services that Heartland REMC offers. This page offers all forms you might need in one place.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Heartland REMC is governed by a 13 person Board of Directors elected by the membership. Each director serves a district within our service territory. At the annual meeting, 3-5 director positions are up for re-election. Members who attend the meeting are eligible to vote in the elections. Each Director is elected to a three-year term.
Current Board of Directors
District 3 - Alan Amick
District 4 - Mat Quickery
District 6 - Ted Martz
District 7 – Adam Fusselman
District 8 - Joh Smith, Vice President
District 10 - Ralph Keefer, President
District 11 - Alan Schlagenhauf
District 31 - Doug Wilcox, Secretary/Treasurer
District 32 - Robert Hippensteel
District 33 - James Keffaber
District 34 - Max Highley
District 35 - D'Ann Stouffer
District 36 - Steve Byerly, Asst. Secretary/Treasurer