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Centennial Community Cooperative

Established in 1952, Centennial Community Cooperative initially provided telephone services to local rural communities.
Over the years, it has evolved into a comprehensive service provider, offering a range of essential services including telecommunications, Internet connectivity, propane delivery, and HVAC services.

Board of Directors:

Bob Stoddart

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I’m Robert Stoddart AKA Bob.  I’m the youngest son of Roy and Karen (Stewart) Stoddart.  I grew up on a family farm in Monteview.  In 2002, I graduated from WJHS.   From there, I attended the College of Southern Idaho for two years and graduated with a degree in horticulture.  I then continued my education at the University of Idaho.   In 2006, I received a bachelor’s degree in plant science.

Later that year, I married my wife, Lacey.  Together we have two children, Allie and Aiden.

In 2016, I started driving a truck for 2J Hay, hauling ag products.  Two years later, I purchased my own truck and trailers and became an owner/operator for Stoddart Transportation.  I am currently farming in Monteview and operating my trucking business.

I look forward to serving this community as a board member of the Centennial Community Coopertive.

Kerrie Cope

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Kerrie Cope board member since 2020.  Pleased to be continuing a family legacy of a Cope serving on the Board of Directors since the Co-Op was established in 1952.  We are 3rd generation farming family in the Monteview area working with the 4th and 5th generations to continue the farm and ranch operations.   I am very community minded and lend my support to the schools, Lady Lions and  Mud Lake Ambulance.  I love the outdoors, water sports and reading.

Greg Shenton

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I am a native of Clark County, married, have four kids, and one grandchild. I am the watermaster for 3 water districts for the last 33 years. I have been a Clark County commissioner for 26 years.
I’ve been a Centennial Community Cooperative board member for 20 some years, which I have thoroughly enjoyed, and truly care about members and the cooperative.


More bios coming soon!


Jace Alvarez

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Jace Alvarez is the technology operations coordinator for Centennial Community Cooperative. He graduated from Snake River High School in 2014 with honors. He also has a bachelor’s degree in information technology (I.T.) and is working on his master’s. He also has many I.T./networking related certifications such as A+, Sec+, Net+, etc. Jace supervises our I.T./I.S., cybersecurity, networking, and phone/internet services. As an I.T. guru, he enjoys everything technology related, especially new technologies such as small form factor (nano-processing), artificial intelligence, and groundbreaking software/hardware.

Jace is married to Ashley Alvarez, and they have four children, Braylie, Alliea, Griffin, and Kapri. They have lived in Southeast Idaho their entire lives, mainly in the Blackfoot area, they only recently moved to Dubois in 2023. Jace enjoys spending his free time with his family, taking them to see the outdoors by camping, hiking, and fishing. He also enjoys watching all levels of football, especially on the professional level when it comes to the Denver Broncos. A few more of Jace’s interests include watersports, movie-watching, gaming, motorsports, being a foodie, and traveling.

Tyllarre Ashcraft

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Tyllarre enjoys reading and wondering if it’s nap time yet.

Taylor Furey

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Taylor Furey is one of our Network Technicians at Centennial Community Cooperative. Originally from Salmon, Idaho, Taylor previously worked for Custer Telephone, a local broadband Co-Op. During his time there, he witnessed firsthand the positive impact co-ops have on small-town rural communities. With a background in various technology roles, including Website Designer, QA specialist for App development, ISP field tech, and computer repair technician, Taylor brings a wide skill set to our team. Now based in Dubois, he is passionate about continuing to make a difference through technology. In his free time, Taylor enjoys spending time in Dubois and Salmon, hanging out with family and friends, reading, fishing, and playing guitar.

Nathanael Baker

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Nathanael Baker is the friendly face behind seamless connectivity at Centennial Community Cooperative, where he proudly serves as a dedicated Network Technician. Currently on a journey of professional growth, Nathanael is enthusiastically pursuing certifications to become an expert Network Engineer. Beyond the tech world, he finds joy in a diverse set of immersive hobbies. Whether he’s diving into a captivating book, tending to his thriving collection of plants, hitting the trails on his motorbike, or embracing off-road adventures with his trusty Tacoma pickup, Nathanael brings a vibrant mix of interests and skills to both his personal and professional life. It’s not just about networks; it’s about connecting with a well-rounded individual who brings joy, expertise, and a sense of adventure to every aspect of life!

Jeff Ames

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Jeff is one of our Combo technicians and enjoys hunting, fishing and the great outdoors!

Randi Irick

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Randi and her family relocated to Spencer, Idaho in 2021. She has been employed at Centennial Community Cooperative since April 2022. Her husband, Jacob, and she have been happily married for over 17 years and are proud parents of 3 children. Following the move, their two eldest children graduated from Clark County High School and pursued further studies at ISU in Pocatello. Their youngest is currently a Sophomore at Clark County High School. They cherish spending quality time with friends and family, and also love engaging in outdoor activities.

Ricardo Hernandez

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I’m an avid enthusiast of Billiards and Snowboarding.

Mike Pfenninger

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Enjoy delivering propane

Andrea Acosta


Hi, I’m Andrea Acosta, and I’ve been part of Centennial Community Cooperative for a year and a half. I’ve cherished my time here due to the strong sense of community. I’m fluent in both English and Spanish, so I’m here to help as a translator whenever you need it!

More bios coming soon!