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The Tennessee Magazine
Gibson EMC communicates on a monthly basis through The Tennessee Magazine to keep Tennessee members informed of Gibson EMC news, changes that affect their service, programs and services available to members, and more. The magazine also includes beautiful photography and interesting stories about the state. To explore the magazine online, click HERE.
Gibson EMC communicates on a monthly basis through Kentucky Living magazine to keep Kentucky members informed of Gibson EMC news, changes that affect their service, programs and services available to members, and more. The magazine also includes beautiful photography and interesting stories about the state. To explore the magazine online, click HERE.
Gibson Electric Membership Corporation is committed to providing open, honest and timely information. This website provides resources that we hope will prove helpful, but we’re as close as a telephone call too. For more information, call Rita Alexander, VP of Human Resources and Member Services, at 731-562-1210 or 731-414-1222; or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Business Structure and Mission
Gibson Electric Membership Corporation is a nonprofit, member-owned and democratically controlled electric cooperative. Our mission is to enhance our members' quality of life by providing exceptional services that are reliable, affordable and safe.
Gibson EMC was formed in 1936 by people in this area who had been told it would be too costly to extend electric lines and provide service to the rural areas. These determined men and women joined together and started their own electric cooperative.
Service Area and Membership
Today, Gibson EMC serves nearly 39,000 members over 3,500 miles of line in eight west Tennessee counties (Crockett, Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, Lake, Madison,Obion and Weakley) and four west Kentucky counties (Hickman, Fulton, Carlisle and Graves).
Member Service Centers
Gibson EMC’s corporate office is located in Trenton, Tennessee. Satellite member service centers are located in Alamo, Hickman, Trenton, Troy, Medina (open only on Wednesdays) and Tiptonville. (Click here for addresses and telephone numbers.)
President and CEO
Board of Trustees
Steve Sanders, Chairman, District 1
Keith Heglar, Vice Chairman, District 2
Richard Skiles, Secretary-Treasurer, District 9
Bob McCurdy, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, District 8
Rana Buchanan, District 7
Keith Forrester, District 10
Larry Hicks, District 4
Don Leathers, District 11
Joan Mouser, District 6
Tony Bargery, District 3
David Kimbell, District 12
Wray Pulliam, District 5
Gibson EMC has 97 full-time employees who are knowledgeable, skilled and stand ready to serve the co-op’s members 24 hours-a-day every day.
Gibson EMC purchases power from the Tennessee Valley Authority. About 76 cents of every dollar Gibson EMC collects from its members goes to TVA for power costs. Within that amount is a power cost adjustment charge (PCA). The PCA includes the cost of fuel for generation (coal, nuclear and natural gas) and the cost of power purchased on the open market. The PCA also collects costs associated with any load diversity. The PCA will not generate additional revenue for Gibson EMC.