Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Andi Bourne

More than 40 Years of Taking Care of Customers, One Line at A Time


April 19, 2018

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Seeley Lake's Randy Teague has worked for Blackfoot for more than 40 years following in his father Jack's footsteps. He said working for a co-op is a great opportunity to serve. Co-op customers don't just pay for service, they own the business.

SEELEY LAKE - Being a phone man has been in Randy Teague's blood his entire life. After working for Blackfoot for more than 40 years, Teague said he has seen the birth of the Internet, services advance from analog to digital to fiber optic and growth from a rural telephone provider to a regional technology leader. His job has always been more than just a paycheck to him. It has been an opportunity to serve and help his customers who not only rely on the service provided but are also part owners in the company.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, wh...

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