MURPHYSBORO – Egyptian Electric Cooperative Association (EECA) has announced the closure of its existing Murphysboro and Steeleville offices as it prepares to officially open its new headquarters facility in Murphysboro later this month. “Although it is bittersweet closing both offices that have been operational for many years, we look forward to providing better resources to our membership and employees with our new headquarters for generations to come,” says EECA Interim Manager Shane Hermetz.
The existing Murphysboro and Steeleville offices will officially close for business on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 4 p.m. Egyptian Electric will close for employee training on Friday, Oct. 20. The new headquarters facility located at 1732 Finney Road, north of Murphysboro and south of the Route 13/27 and Route 4 intersection, will open for regular business on Monday, Oct. 23 at 8 a.m. to begin servicing members. To read the rest of the news release, visit New Headquarters webpage.