CoServ mourns passing of Bill McGinnis, ‘the best CEO this cooperative has ever had’

CoServ President and CEO Donnie Clary attributed much of CoServ’s current success, including having 400,000 combined electric and gas meters and being one of the fastest-growing co-ops in the country, to Bill’s amazing leadership.

Benefits of Securitization (no, really!) and looking ahead

The outcome of Brazos Electric Power Cooperative’s bankruptcy will provide some benefits to CoServ Members in the long term.

Who is Mr. Diggs?

Although he has been the mascot of CoServ Gas for nearly a decade, surprisingly little has been known about Mr. Diggs until recently. In this sitdown interview, I sought to learn what makes the hardworking armadillo tick.

What is an Appreciation Event?

CoServ has decided to hit the road and bring the party to you to show our members and customers how much we appreciate them.

First Refuge plants community garden in Sanger

Paul Juarez, Executive Director of First Refuge Ministries, stands in the middle of a grass field on Milam Road in south Sanger, dreaming of the day when this 14-acre plot of land is bustling with fruits and vegetables to help feed the hungry in Denton County.

CoServ Gas secures financing for Winter Storm Uri costs

The after-effects of Winter Storm Uri are still being felt by gas utilities statewide and CoServ Gas is no exception. There’s no easy solution but CoServ Gas has taken steps that will reduce the impact the storm will have on its Customer bills long-term.