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TEJEDA APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF FLORIDA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

07/23/2008 ~ The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently appointed Lynne Tejeda, Keys Energy Services’ (KEYS) general manager & CEO, as president of the organization’s board of directors.

“Board members participate in regular meetings held across the state and are charged with setting the overall direction of the organization,” said Barry Moline, FMEA’s executive director. “Lynne has established herself as a strong leader on utility issues not only in the lower Florida Keys, but throughout the state of Florida. We’re honored to have her serve as our president.”

“I am pleased to be chosen to serve as an elected member on FMEA’s board. This organization is helping our state’s electric industry stay at the forefront of the nation by keeping its members informed on legislative issues and providing safety, training and customer service resources,” said Tejeda.

She added, “I think Benjamin Franklin said it best: ‘We must all hang together, or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.’ FMEA is a good example of this statement; by bringing together our local communities, the organization is assuring that our priorities remain focused on consumers.”

Tejeda joined KEYS in 1989, and prior to assuming responsibility for the day-to-day management of the utility in December 2005, she served as assistant general manager and COO. Tejeda holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Regis University in Denver, Colorado.

Other officers appointed to the FMEA board include President-Elect Ed Regan of Gainesville; Vice President Paul Kalv of Leesburg; and, Secretary-Treasurer Howard McKinnon of Havana.

FMEA represents the unified interests of 34 public power communities across the state, which provide electricity to more than 3-million of Florida’s residential and business consumers.

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