New PSCYC leader “coming home” to begin work June 26, 2023
Mr. Dennis McFee has been selected by the PSCYC Commission to become their next CEO/general manager. Mr. McFee brings 14 years of utility management and work experience in the electrical industry to PSCYC. McFee is a Yazoo City native and has previous experience with Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association and comes to PSCYC from Roanoak Electric Cooperative, Aulander, NC.
McFee is currently serving as Vice President, Member Services, Marketing, and Public Relations at Roanoak, and has experience at all levels of the utility industry beginning as an apprentice lineman and working up the ladder to executive management.
His career has a strong emphasis in customer support and community relations, and he has developed and implemented programs to build customer communications and understanding of the electric services provided.
The experience gained as a lineman enables him to understand and direct ongoing operations in electrical distribution systems and, just as importantly, to understand and lead the team doing the work. His experience in safety coordination will be important in keeping PSCYC personnel safe on the job, and his experience in compliance has made him aware of the intricacies of litigation and loss control in the electric power industry.
McFee is an active participant in community, public power associations and professional organizations and has previously served on the Central Yazoo Water Association Board of Directors, Baptist of Yazoo City Hospital Board of Directors, Rotary Club, Delta Council Member, and is a Certified Loss Control Professional of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
He is a graduate of Mississippi College School of Business.
McFee states. “It has always been my goal and desire to return to Mississippi. I never thought that opportunity would present itself in the town that I know and love.”
Dennis will be moving back to Yazoo City with his wife and children and be taking over the management of PSCYC on June 26.