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AEP Employee Heads to Hawaii for Ironman World Championship

AEP's Dirk Pauley has unflagging tenacity and grit that has helped him become one of the best triathletes in his age range. His other motivation? Raising money for Pinky Swear, a foundation that supports families with children being treated for cancer.

AEP's Dirk Pauley has unflagging tenacity and grit that has helped him become one of the best triathletes in his age range. His other motivation? Raising money for Pinky Swear, a foundation that supports families with children being treated for cancer.

Employee Donates Kidney to Co-worker

Thanks to colleague Valerie LeMaster, John Anderson has a new lease on life and a new kidney.

Thanks to colleague Valerie LeMaster, John Anderson has a new lease on life and a new kidney.

Telecom Manager Mentoring Student Program on Drone Use

High school students learned how to use drones through a federally-funded summer Workforce of the Future program in southeastern Ohio and with the help of Randy Lowe, a manager in AEP's Telecommunications department.

High school students learned how to use drones through a federally-funded summer Workforce of the Future program in southeastern Ohio and with the help of Randy Lowe, a manager in AEP's Telecommunications department.

Big Brother Brandon Webber Recognized for Mentorship

After more than eight years working with his 'little,' the Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) of Oklahoma recently presented one of AEP's own with a prestigious honor. Brandon Webber, manager, station system services (TFS Station, Energy Delivery) was awarded the 2022 Matt Burtelow Award. Each year one outstanding volunteer is selected. 

After more than eight years working with his 'little,' the Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) of Oklahoma recently presented one of AEP's own with a prestigious honor. Brandon Webber, manager, station system services (TFS Station, Energy Delivery) was awarded the 2022 Matt Burtelow Award. Each year one outstanding volunteer is selected. 

High School Line Mechanic Intern Reaches New Heights with Appalachian Power

Appalachian Power's Rob Arnold, distribution system manager, will tell you that 17-year-old Connor McMillian isn’t your average teenager. 

McMillian is taking college courses year-round to complete high school in three years; has a mowing business; helps his friends on their farms; is a traveling musician and is working as a line mechanic intern in the Kingsport District for ten weeks this summer. 

Appalachian Power's Rob Arnold, distribution system manager, will tell you that 17-year-old Connor McMillian isn’t your average teenager. 

McMillian is taking college courses year-round to complete high school in three years; has a mowing business; helps his friends on their farms; is a traveling musician and is working as a line mechanic intern in the Kingsport District for ten weeks this summer. 

AEP Texas Installs Bird Diverters to Protect Whooping Cranes

Rockport, Texas – population 10,000 – sits on the beautiful water of the Gulf of Mexico. Known for its sleepy fishing town vibe, breathtaking sunsets, and as the home of Texas’ only Blue Wave Beach, it's a coastal gem that continues to rebuild after taking a hit from Hurricane Harvey in 2017. One of the most unique and hopeful things about Rockport is that its location attracts the most beautiful migratory birds in the world as they fly south for the winter. The most famous, and most endangered guest, is the whooping crane.

Rockport, Texas – population 10,000 – sits on the beautiful water of the Gulf of Mexico. Known for its sleepy fishing town vibe, breathtaking sunsets, and as the home of Texas’ only Blue Wave Beach, it's a coastal gem that continues to rebuild after taking a hit from Hurricane Harvey in 2017. One of the most unique and hopeful things about Rockport is that its location attracts the most beautiful migratory birds in the world as they fly south for the winter. The most famous, and most endangered guest, is the whooping crane.

Station Manager Scott Welker Earns Hall of Fame Honors for Officiating

For Scott Welker, manager, TFS Station (East), teamwork has built the foundation of his life. He has worked on teams throughout his professional career at AEP, and in his local community, was recently honored for giving back. Welker was inducted into the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Officials Hall of Fame for his 33 years of service as a high school official in Muskingum Valley. 

For Scott Welker, manager, TFS Station (East), teamwork has built the foundation of his life. He has worked on teams throughout his professional career at AEP, and in his local community, was recently honored for giving back. Welker was inducted into the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Officials Hall of Fame for his 33 years of service as a high school official in Muskingum Valley. 

AEP Employee Named Veteran Champion of the Year

This year's Veteran Champions of the Year in Corporate America includes a familiar face. Craig Mason, financial controls business analyst senior, has been featured in G.I. Jobs magazine as one of 30 Veteran Champions of the Year, noted as "advocates (who) work tirelessly to help veterans succeed in the civilian workplace." 

This year's Veteran Champions of the Year in Corporate America includes a familiar face. Craig Mason, financial controls business analyst senior, has been featured in G.I. Jobs magazine as one of 30 Veteran Champions of the Year, noted as "advocates (who) work tirelessly to help veterans succeed in the civilian workplace." 

Partnership with National Salvage and Service Corporation Helps Reduce Wood Waste

Utility poles are a critical part of energy infrastructure, but what happens when they’ve seen better days? American Electric Power is helping give old utility poles a new lease on life, while also reducing its environmental footprint. 

Utility poles are a critical part of energy infrastructure, but what happens when they’ve seen better days? American Electric Power is helping give old utility poles a new lease on life, while also reducing its environmental footprint. 

Employees' Experience, Knowledge Transfers to Wind Farms

Russell Pitts had every intention of retiring from Pirkey power plant.

"I grew up there. I had 20 years there,” said Pitts, who started as an electrician at the coal-fired plant in Texas and rose to instrument supervisor. “When they announced the plant would close in 2023, I figured I had a lot of years left.”

Russell Pitts had every intention of retiring from Pirkey power plant.

"I grew up there. I had 20 years there,” said Pitts, who started as an electrician at the coal-fired plant in Texas and rose to instrument supervisor. “When they announced the plant would close in 2023, I figured I had a lot of years left.”

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