Mr. Griffeth Will Represent the Pulaski District

Buffalo, Indiana – May 3, 2018 – The LightStream Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeff Griffeth as a director to fill a vacancy created in March. The Board conducted interviews and officially selected Mr. Griffeth on April 24, 2018. Jeff is the marketing director and manager of the Innovative Business Solutions Division at Co-Alliance, LLP, focusing on customer solutions and strategic partnership opportunities. Co-Alliance is one of the largest, most successful agribusiness and energy marketing and supply cooperatives in the Midwest.

Mr. Griffeth has served as Pulaski County Extension Board President, State P-CARET President and has been involved with 4-H his entire life. He has held various leadership roles, including Operational Board President for AgGateway, a consortium of ag businesses in North America. He also helped coach youth baseball in Star City and revived the Babe Ruth league in Winamac.

“We are very pleased that Jeff is joining the Board of Directors,” said Mike McCormick, LightStream’s Board Chairman. “Jeff’s decades of experience in the areas of information technology, enterprise data management and enterprise resource planning should serve us well,” said McCormick.

Mr. Griffeth holds a B.S. in Ag Econ from the University of Illinois and earned his M.S. from Purdue University and MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He and his wife Nancy live outside of Pulaski with their teenage son, Sam.

About LightStream/PWRTC
Headquartered in Buffalo, Indiana, Pulaski White Rural Telephone Cooperative (PWRTC) has been providing telecommunications services in the greater Buffalo, Pulaski and Star City areas since 1954. PWRTC and its wholly owned subsidiary Pulaski White Communications, collectively doing business as LightStream, provide high-speed Internet, TV, voice and home security services to approximately 2,400 customers. The company is focused on expanding its fiber-optic network to ensure greater northern Indiana enjoys advanced communications services on par with major metropolitan areas at reasonable prices. For more information on LightStream, visit