Anyone who pays bills knows the frustration of dealing with the constant reminders and notifications that continue to flood in. As if dealing with the financial burden associated with paying the bills isn’t stressful enough, managing the logistical side of things can be a nightmare. CCECA Bill Pay is here to help eliminate the frustration and make the bill payment process easier. With the CCECA Bill Pay system, customers can conveniently and securely manage their bills in one place. From bank bills to credit card bills, telephone bills to utilities, and more, CCECA Bill Pay has you covered. Not only does the CCECA Bill Pay system make it easy to stay on top of all of your bills, but it also offers several other useful services to make your life easier. With CCECA Bill Pay, you can easily set up automatic payments to pay your bills on time and keep track of payment history for all of your bills. The system also allows you to view a summary of all of your bills in one place
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Big cities in Texas had already benefited from electricity for several decades by the 1930s. The rural towns, however, were still in the dark. All of that changed in July 1938 when the electric cooperative that would become CCECA, led by a number of important figures, brought electricity to the farms, ranches, and communities throughout East Texas.
Thanks to Mr. R. R. Banks and Mr. C. E. Smith of Rusk TX; Mr. Ras R. Martin of Troup TX; Mr. H. W. Walker of Bullard TX; Mr. Grady Dial of Forest TX; Mr. T. B. Acker of Maydelle TX; and Mr. A. M. Jordan of Reklaw TX for incorporating the cooperative. They started the cooperative from zero. Currently, there are more than 16,000 members, over 3,300 miles of line, and more than 21,000 active meters spread across Cherokee, Nacogdoches, Rusk, and Smith counties.
A “cooperative” is, by definition, a group of people who voluntarily cooperate for a common goal. Being a non-profit, people-owned organization, the cooperative is focused on serving people rather than making a profit. Thus, the cooperative is you-the people we serve.
The cooperative principles are still as relevant today as they were back when CCECA was founded, despite the fact that its foresighted founders could never have imagined the changes that have occurred over the past 80 years.
|Account||Name||Status||Service Address||Due Date||Balance|
|Tiger Nixon||System Architect||Edinburgh||61||2011/04/25||$320,800|
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