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Entergy Mississippi announces promotions

Three experienced Entergy Mississippi leaders will move into new roles with the company: Jeremy Vanderloo, vice president, regulatory affairs — Vanderloo joined Entergy’s legal department in 2009, with primary responsibility for representing Entergy Mississippi before the Mississippi Public Service Commission. He previously practiced electric utility regulatory and employee benefits law with Wise Carter Child & Caraway, P.A. Vanderloo graduated from ...

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Entergy Mississippi promotes Turnipseed, Irby

Lea Turnipseed, CPA, is Entergy Mississippi’s vice president of customer service. She leads a new organization focused solely on customer service. Turnipseed joined Entergy in 1997 and has served as director of Entergy Mississippi finance since June 2012. She is a 1994 graduate of Millsaps College, has been a certified public accountant since 1995 and has also attended the Wharton ...

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Pate joins Entergy Mississippi’s economic development team

Christine Lusteck Pate has joined Entergy Mississippi’s economic development division as business retention and expansion representative. Pate will work with Entergy’s existing industrial base to assist them with issues related to growth and competitiveness. Pate formerly was deputy director for the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation, a public/private partnership. Prior to that, she was a senior project manager at the ...

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Raby named managing counsel at Entergy Mississippi, Inc.

Tianna H. Raby, who joined Entergy Mississippi, Inc. as senior counsel in the legal department in 2014, has been named managing counsel. Prior to joining Entergy, Raby was a partner in the Jackson office of a civil litigation defense firm where she defended clients in a wide spectrum of claims including product liability, personal injury, professional liability, toxic tort and ...

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Entergy promotes 2

Entergy Mississippi, Inc. has named Wilbert Corley senior manager of regional customer service for the northern/delta region and Clarence Irby as senior manager of regional customer service for the southern region. Corley and Irby will oversee all aspects of safely delivering electric service and customer service within their defined service regions. Corley joined Entergy Mississippi in 1987 as a lineman. ...

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Typical Entergy customer to see $20 cut in bill

Between now and the end of September, a typical Entergy Mississippi residential account will see a cumulative reduction in the bill, starting a trend that will peak at about $20 a month on usage of 1,000 kilowatt hours, according to the Mississippi Public Utilities Staff. The downward trend started in January when the commission ordered a typical bill reduced by ...

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Mara Hartmann takes top honor

Mara Hartmann, APR, Entergy Mississippi senior lead communications specialist, is the recipient of the Public Relations Association of Mississippi’s Professional Achievement Award. The award is PRAM’s top honor and recognizes excellence in the field of public relations. It is presented to a public relations practitioner and PRAM member whose accomplishments have made a major contribution to the profession. Recipients embody ...

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Entergy hires Ed Gardner

Ed Gardner, formerly of Power South Energy Cooperative in northwest Florida, has been named director of business and economic development at Entergy Mississippi. In his previous role, Gardner worked with local, regional and state economic development organizations in support of business attraction, expansion, retention and overall economic growth for the region. He previously held economic development jobs with the Birmingham ...

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Entergy agrees to cut $35M from its new rate plan

JACKSON — Entergy Corp. has agreed with Mississippi regulators to cut $35 million from the amount it is seeking from customers under a new rate plan, dropping the total to $14 million annually and setting the stage for the Public Service Commission to approve the plan by Dec. 9. Mississippi’s largest private utility also agreed not to ask customers to ...

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PSC sticks to order allowing domestic violence victims to delay utility deposits

JACKSON — The Mississippi Public Service Commission won’t reconsider its order to let victims of domestic violence delay paying utility deposits for 60 days, setting up a possible legal showdown over the regulator’s authority over rural water association and electrical cooperatives. The commission voted 3-0 yesterday to deny a request from rural water associations and electrical cooperatives to rehear the ...

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