Your Annual Meeting
As a member of Coast Electric, you are part of what makes this company successful. Cooperatives are led by members like you, and your feedback and your vote are important parts of what keeps our company moving forward!
We want all of our members to attend our Annual Meeting and Member Appreciation Night Thursday, Nov. 7, at our new location in the Hancock Performing Arts Center. But if you can't attend, we've got you covered. All you have to do is register your proxy online!
At Coast Electric, we don't have shareholders, we have members like you. As a member, you get to vote on the men and women who represent you on Coast Electric's board of directors. That vote takes place every year at our Annual Meeting. We know life is busy and you may not be able to attend each year. If you can't attend, you can register your proxy for the meeting.
Registering your proxy allows you to assign someone who will be at the meeting to vote on your behalf. You can choose another member to vote for you or you can assign the board of directors to vote on your behalf.
Coast Electric serves Hancock, Harrison and Pearl River counties. There are three board positions in each county we serve. Each year, members vote for a board representative in one of these three positions.
For more information about our election process, please read our bylaws.
By attending or registering for our Annual Meeting, you are taking an active role in your cooperative. You have a vote and a voice in how your co-op does business. Attending or registering also give you the opportunity to win electricity credits of up to $1,000!
Meet Your Board Representatives
- Representative for Hancock County, Position 2
- Elected to the board in 2003
- Retired paint trades superintendent of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems
- Member of Union Baptist Church
- Representative for Harrison County District 2
- Elected to board in 2015
- State Farm insurance agent
- Member of Campground Baptist Church
- Representative for Pearl River County District 2
- Elected to board in 2005
- Former owner and manager of M&M Industries
- Member of Serenity Baptist Church
When you are served by a cooperative like Coast Electric, we are lead by members just like you who are part of our communities. Your board representatives are your friends and neighbors and are in touch with your needs. We want you to get to know the men and women who work for you as part of our board. Members will be voting on these three board representatives at our upcoming Annual Meeting and Member Appreciation Night.