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AEP Ohio Gives $5,000 for Kyle Miller 5K

AEP Ohio has donated $5,000 to the Kyle Miller 5K, a race that raises money for new shoes for Gahanna students. Kyle Miller was diagnosed with bone cancer in 2016. He died in December 2018 at the age of 40. “Kyle was so friendly. He never met a stranger,” said his sister Erica Bush who, …

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Advocating and Honoring Pride 365 Days a Year

Julia Klingenberg joined AEP in 2005 in Supply Chain and Procurement and has been chair of AEP’s Pride Partnership employee resource group for just a few short months. Already, she has seen why groups like this are so important — and the impact they can have advocating for vulnerable populations. “Within days senior leaders had …

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Building Stronger Communities, Together

Supporting the community has always been a priority for AEP Ohio. We know that while we work hard to keep the power on, our partners work tirelessly to provide food, shelter, education and critical services to our community. From the Habitat for Humanity of Southeast Ohio to the Sandusky County Food Pantry, read more below …

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Wooster Line Crew Helps Local Elementary School

Many schools across the country are facing big challenges as a result of the pandemic. When a Wooster line crew saw a chance to help out a local elementary school, they hopped at the chance. Line Servicer Marc Conley was sent to Fredericksburg Elementary School April 15 to disconnect and remove a secondary power line. …

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AEP Ohio Keeps the Giving Going at Area Foodbanks

LIMA, Ohio – Despite what she calls an “upside-down world” around her, Tommie Harner’s days at the West Ohio Food Bank haven’t changed much over the past year. “Every day is busy,” said Harner, CEO. “Every day, I put on my coat, hat and gloves and get to work. Even if it’s something as simple …

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AEP Ohio Gives $15K for STEM School Upgrades in Southern Ohio

AEP Ohio is donating $15,000 to Tri-State STEM+M Academy in Lawrence County to help upgrade its classroom facilities. The funds will be used to weatherize an unfinished portion of a neighboring warehouse – offered rent-free by the Lawrence Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) for the past five years – that will provide additional open lab space, …

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