2019 Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. Board of Trustees

    Board of Trustees

Bob Fredrickson, Ellsworth

     President – District 1

Paul Wilson, Burr Oak

     Vice-President – District 2

Justin Trost, Concordia

     Secretary – District 3

John George, Lebanon

     Treasurer – District 2

Eric Andersen, Jamestown

     Trustee – District 3

Corey Dlabal, Wilson

     Trustee – District 1

Michelle Brokes, Wilson

     Trustee – District 1

Mike Brzon, Courtland

     Trustee – District 3

Larry Kendig, Osborne

     Trustee – District 2

Tom Marr, Formoso

     Trustee – District 2


Douglas Jackson - General Manager




Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned electric cooperative providing service to 11,200 meters in parts of 16 northern and north central Kansas counties. The Corporate office relocated to Beloit, Kansas in June 2016. Rolling Hills Electric’s 40 employees maintain and operate approximately 6,400 miles of line.


Members of Smoky Hill Electric, NCK Electric and Jewel-Mitchell Electric gave their approval to the consolidation of the three cooperatives.

Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. was the name chosen to identify the areas in which we serve effective January 1, 2002.

At the time of consolidation, Smoky Hill Electric served approximately 2,900 meters over 1,500 miles of line in Ellsworth, Lincoln and portions of Russell counties. Jewell-Mitchell Electric served approximately 4,670 meters over 3,100 miles of line in Jewell, Mitchell, Osborne and Smith counties. NCK Electric served approximately 3,000 meters over 1,800 miles of line in Cloud, Republic and portions of Washington and Clay counties.

With the consolidation, Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative, Inc. became the third largest cooperative in Kansas.


Vision and Mission Statements

Vision:  Rolling Hills is an efficient and innovative member-owned co-op with safe, reliable,

and affordable electric service based upon integrity and the seven co-op principles.


Mission:  Rolling Hills provides and improves economic growth and quality of life for members,

employees, and communities through application of our core values and a sound business plan.


Rolling Hills Electric Statistical Data


                      Total Utility Plant                  $89.5M              Miles of Line                           6,379

                      Operating Revenue              $23.3M              Number of Meters                 11,210

                       Number of Employees                40              Meters per Mile of Line            1.76