Sean J. Vanslyke

The stories below are personally written by Sean J. Vanslyke.


July 1, 2022

Three special ladies gave me a t-shirt and took my blood this week. Meet Phlebotomists Lacey, Tonika and Teresa. They are doing their part to help save lives! Have a great holiday weekend. Welcome to week 119 of The Friday Feature.

June 24, 2022

👉 We have choices. When faced with challenging situations, we can run at the storm or run away. On April 15, 2013, Dr. Natalie Stavas approached the finish line of her fifth Boston marathon. Just blocks away, she heard explosions and ran towards them. Arriving at the scene she went to work administering CPR, applying tourniquets and triaging the wounded. Following these actions President Barack Obama, Katie Couric, and Anderson Cooper honored her for actions. Improper Bostonian magazine named Dr.

June 17, 2022

🤠 Happy Father’s Day! A special shout-out to those Dads and Moms who made the choice to make a difference in someone’s life they didn’t create. ❤️ You didn’t have to do it, but you did. Thank you Jim Vanslyke. Welcome to Week 117 of The Friday Feature.

June 14, 2022

SEMO Electric Cooperative wants to ensure the safety of our employees and members in this excessive heat. Along with your safety, we want to educate you on ways to conserve energy and help avoid bill shock. Watch the video and read the article to the link below from an interview we did with KFVS12. We appreciate you all. If you have any questions, please call (800) 813-5230.

June 12, 2022

Prepare now for a hot week. 💦 Water Up! Close the blinds, turn up the thermostat and do laundry at night to conserve energy and avoid bill shock. Team SEMO and our industry partners will work hard to keep the lights on and GoSEMO Fiber flowing. Thanks to our special guest Amanda Gamboa, RN, BSN, and daughter of CEO Sean J. Vanslyke for helping with tonight’s message.

June 12, 2022

Take action now during this heat wave! You have the power to save money (avoid bill shock) and energy in your own home. Saving energy reduces our nation’s demand for the resources needed to produce energy, and improving your energy efficiency is like adding another energy source to our electric power grid. The result is reduced utility bills and money in your pocket. Improving your energy efficiency can also improve the comfort of your home and your quality of life.

June 10, 2022

👉 😬 To me, 80 years old is getting younger every day as I get older. Yesterday, our friend Ron reminded me of what it means to be #intentional. Grit your teeth and get it done. This is the 116 consecutive week of #TheFridayFeature. Have a great week. Thanks Rod Cotton and Farmers' Electric Cooperative - Missouri for the hat!

June 3, 2022

#cancersucks Sometimes we just need to go to work to help others. If someone gave you $100 to pass on, what organization or #charity would you give it to? Tag it below. Perhaps others will support. #18ForeLife Welcome to Week 115 of #TheFridayFeature. #keeppushingforward as you #leadwithyourheart and #inspire others