TCEC’s Kyle Weber recognized for linework in Guatemala with President’s Volunteer Service Award

Joe Denoyer - December 22, 2020 10:17 am

“Through your dedicated service, you have ensured the continuation of America’s unparalleled commitment to
improving the lives of others,” reads a White House letter received by Kyle Weber, a lineworker from TCEC
and 2019 Energy Trails volunteer.

Weber was part of a team of lineworkers from Oklahoma’s and Colorado’s electric cooperatives recognized for
providing first-time electricity to the isolated, mountainous village of Sillab in north-central Guatemala.

Through their selfless work, Sillab received power for the first time in the fall of 2019. TCEC is proud of Weber
for his strong commitment to empower lives both at home and abroad.

 

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