Thursday, November 10, 2022

Dana Jeanes named CFO of the year by Memphis Business Journal

A very well deserved honor was bestowed upon our own Dana Jeanes. The MemphisBusiness Journal named him CFO of the Year in October.

Dana is a triple threat. He is a licensed CPA, an electrical engineer with a B.S. from Christian Brothers University and has an MBA from the University of Memphis. Dana started his career at MLGW in 1987 as an energy engineer. He then moved on to become budget manager, controller and now Sr. VP, CFO and CAO where his responsibilities include financial operations, the pension, IT, and shared services (security, purchasing, inventory, and equipment).

Dana says overall success is measured by balancing customer reliability of service against the price charged. His goal is for MLGW to provide affordable rates in conjunction with high reliability and service.

Monday, November 7, 2022

Corporate Communications & PR wins three MarCom Awards

MarCom Awards, administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, is an international creative competition that recognizes outstanding achievement by marketing and communication professionals.

The video “MLGW Moment: Honoring Fallen Lineman Michael Nowlin” has been recognized with three gold MarCom Awards in the Digital Media/Social Media/YouTube, Digital Media Web Video Event and Video/Audio Video/Film Special Event categories. Brendan Ward, Corporate Communications & PR, produced the short in honor of our beloved employee. It can be viewed on MLGW’s YouTube channel:

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

A special day for athletes and some MLGW employees

The St. Ann Special Athletes Fun Day began over three decades ago as a ministry of St. Ann Church in Bartlett. Athletes from every school, church and care organization throughout the Memphis area are invited to participate in this much-loved annual event. It provides fun and fellowship for special children and adults ages 6 and up. These special people can compete in a number of track and field events, including the 25-meter dash, softball throw, soccer kick, Frisbee throw, and bean toss, as well as events designed just for wheelchair participants. Tim Daniel, Contractor Services, assisted with the event this year.

Monday, October 24, 2022

Crisis Crusher to join the Power League

The 2022 MLGW Student Poster Contest theme is Disaster Preparedness. Students’ submitted artwork will help to increase awareness about the importance of always being prepared for the unexpected and of being safe by following the advice of disaster preparedness Power League Hero, “Crisis Crusher.”

 The art entries will be judged on their ability to communicate the theme clearly and creatively, “Crisis Crusher – The art of being prepared!” All children in grades K-12, attending any Shelby County school and even home schooling, are eligible. All entries must be submitted no later than 4 p.m., Friday, December 16. For general rules, specific art form rules, submission process, judging and awards, please visit



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