ITC Membership

A significant benefit of being a member of Interstate Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc. is that, as a member, you have a voice. You are represented by your district’s elected Board Members. Another advantage is that you earn capital credits on the services you subscribe to. The more ITC services you subscribe to the more capital credits you accrue. Investing in ITC is investing in yourself. The Board of Directors, Management, and Employees work daily to bring you the most reliable and up-to-date services. Your investment in your Coop makes all of that possible.

Your Cooperative and its members have weathered many changes in over 65 years of business. There are many things that remain constant during any change:

  • The dedication of your Board of Directors, Managers, and Employees.
  • Continuing to look to the future to provide you, the members, with the latest and greatest technologies.
  • Maintaining four area offices to make doing business with ITC easy.
  • A strong commitment to the communities we serve.

 

Capital Credits

When you join ITC, you are a member. You have a voice. You also have a vote when it comes to changes made in the Coop or in the Directors that represent our communities. At ITC, you are the company, you make the difference, and the bottom line is you share in the profits.

What are capital credits?

Interstate Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc. (ITC) allocates patronage sourced margins to its members of the Cooperative. These allocations are known as capital credits. At the end of each fiscal year the amount of capital, if any, so furnished by each member is clearly reflected and credited in an appropriate record to the capital account of each member.

Who qualifies to receive capital credits?

Any person, association, corporation, firm, partnership or body politic or subdivision thereof will become a member of Interstate Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc., upon purchasing telecommunications services, information services, or cable television services from the Cooperative. See section 1 of Company Bylaws in the front section of the ITC Phone Book for additional terms and conditions.

When are capital credits distributed to members?

The distribution of capital credits is under the discretion of ITC’s Board of Directors. Members are notified in the company newsletter, the Bell Ringer.

 

ITC Districts

The ITC territory is broken into nine districts. See what director(s) represents each district below.

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ITC Board of Directors

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District 1

Castlewood, Clear Lake, Estelline, Goodwin

Joel Brandt

ITC Board Secretary

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District 2

Astoria, Brandt, Gary, Toronto, White

Todd Johnson

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District 3

Hendricks, Lake Benton

Penny Krause

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District 4

Brookings, Elkton

Joel Ripley

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District 4

Brookings, Elkton

Susan Robbins

ITC Board Treasurer

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District 5

Chester, Nunda, Sinai, Wentworth

Tom Main

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District 6

Bryant, Hayti, Lake Norden, Willow Lake

Stephanie Sauder

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District 7

Clark

Warren Brandlee

ITC Board President

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District 8

Bradley, Florence, Waubay, Webster

G. Todd Garry

ITC Board Vice President

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District 8

Bradley, Florence, Waubay, Webster

Connie Sawinsky

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District 9

Labolt, Milbank, Stockholm, Strandburg, South Shore, Revillo

Mark DeFea

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General Manager/CEO

Tracy Bandemer, CPA

 

ITC Affiliations:

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