REC hires four new line workers
To help fill the void from retirements and promotions, REC has recently hired four new line workers.
The first new line worker hired is Scott England. England came to REC from working as a contractor building power lines for seven years. England is from Lindsay and lives in Lindsay with his wife Megan. He has a five-year-old son Hunter. England graduated from Lindsay High School in 2005.
“I was looking for a stable career with opportunity when I came to REC,” says England. “My dad worked here, and I knew what REC could offer me. Working at REC not only allows me to work close to home, but I am able to see family at the end of the day as well.”
The next line worker hired is Travis Loper. Loper his also from Lindsay. He lives in Lindsay with his wife Kelli of seven years and their daughter Taylor. Before Loper joined REC, he was working in the oilfield.
“I was looking for different opportunity with potential for me to grow and learn,” says Loper.
REC then hired Jesse Owen. Owen is from Mustang and graduated from Mustang High School in 2010. He graduated from OSU-OKC with a General Science Degree in 2016. Before working for REC, he worked as a contractor for OG+E.
“Working at REC is an opportunity for me to continue to develop my knowledge base and understanding of the electric industry,” says Owen.
Lastly REC hired Dalton Wilson. Wilson is from Purcell and continues to live in Purcell with his wife Brooklynn. He has two children, Spencer who is five and Jentri who is 2. Wilson graduated from Purcell High School in 2012. He played football at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma and then took classes at Oklahoma City Community College.
Before working for REC, he worked at A and A tanks.
“I was looking to further my career and learn something new,” says Wilson.