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Questions About Your 1099-DIV for 2019?

July 10, 2020

If you received an amended 1099-DIV for the 2019 tax year and have questions, please visit the FirstEnergy website Investor Relations page: https://investors.firstenergycorp.com/Dividend-ReturnOfCapital/Index?KeyGenPage=1073754620

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Line Workers Keep the Power Flowing

July 10, 2020

Whether it’s raging summer storms or driving winter blizzards, our FirstEnergy line workers brave challenging conditions to make sure our customers have power when Mother Nature turns ugly. July 10 is National Line Worker Day, a day set aside to show appreciation for the dedication of the women and men who work day and night…

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Open Door to Diversity

July 10, 2020

FirstEnergy has more than 1,100 Customer Service employees who work on the front lines to address a variety of concerns. From residents reporting power outages to large companies requesting assistance with billing issues, this highly talented and diverse group of dedicated employees has a passion for helping others – and going above and beyond to…

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We’re Able to Help!

July 9, 2020

The FirstEnergy Foundation contributed a $5,000 grant to the IM ABLE Foundation. The mission of the Wyomissing, Pa., foundation is to remove obstacles that prevent people with disabilities from being physically active by providing grants, resources, fitness opportunities and motivation. IM ABLE also provides hand-cycles and other adaptive athletic gear, as well as instructional training…

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Volunteering for a Good Cause

July 8, 2020

​Spencer Morasch, engineer V, Customer Support, recently helped the Monmouth Council Boy Scouts of America with an electric service upgrade at its 250-acre Quail Hill Scout Reservation Camp in Manalapan, N.J. Spencer also is the chief electrical engineer and electrician for the council. The camp’s Scout Lodge program cabin needed an electric commercial service upgrade…

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Providing Aid – Far and Near

July 6, 2020

Giving back is a family tradition for Information Technology employee Darren Boadi. In 2018, he started a fundraiser to purchase bookbags for a school in Ghana, Africa. But this wasn’t just any school – this one was established by his mother, Rita Sarpong. “My mom was 19 when she came to Bronx, New York, from…

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Mask Maintenance

July 6, 2020

You might have to try a few. Shop around to find a comfortable, breathable mask. The best mask is the one you will actually wear. The more layers, the better. If you can, pick one with at least two layers. Keep your fingers away from the front. Wash or sanitize your hands before putting on…

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