TrioTel Communications, Inc., formerly known as McCook Cooperative Telephone Company, first Board of Directors meeting was held in Salem, SD, on December 13th, 1951. These inspiring Directors were hopeful to establish a Cooperative that would successfully provide telephone service to the rural subscribers that would be comparable in quality to that enjoyed by urban telephone customers. The years from 1951 to 1955 were the formative years of the Cooperative with the seven directors striving to garner enough support to make the Cooperative function successfully. The first official annual meeting of members was held on January 12th, 1957. Today, the TrioTel Board of Directors and Staff are still committed to ensuring that the members of TrioTel receive the highest quality telecommunication services at the lowest possible cost now provided over a sophisticated fiber optic network.
Board of Directors
TrioTel Communications, Inc. Employees
District 2 - Center
District 5 - Alexandria
District 4 - Winfred
District 1 - Canova
District 6 - Salem
District 7 - At Large
Front Office Staff
Back row: (Left to Right) Heather, Carol, Michele.
Front row: (Left to Right) Jan, Amy, Barb.
Back row: (Left to Right) Mike, Justin, Jared.
Front row: (Left to Right) Curt, Kevin.
TrioTel Communications, Inc. is committed to ensuring that our customers receive the finest quality telecommunication services at the lowest possible cost. We will build relationships based upon mutual trust and respect, empowering our employees to provide top-notch customer service. We will deliver sound leadership and economic growth through the use of advancements in communication technologies, guaranteeing our customers, communities, and employees a bright future.
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