Kerry Vincent, Indiana public power advocate, passes away



CARMEL, IN – Kerry Vincent, whose lengthy public power career spanned four decades in the utility industry, passed away on April 17 at the age of 61.
                Vincent’s extensive public power experience included 11 years with Richmond Power and Light, where he began his career as an Engineer and later served as Line Superintendent for the utility.  It was at RP&L where Kerry met his wife of 35 years, Becky.  Vincent spent the last 20 years of his career with the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), overseeing the formation and growth of the Agency’s IMPA Service Corp subsidiary and serving as an invaluable asset to municipal electric utilities throughout the state.
                Kerry’s passion for the industry, and the brotherhood of lineman, was evident in everything he did.  He always had time to share a story or advice with other people the industry, and he never met a stranger.  He was an experienced and knowledgeable individual in the field, but an even better person and friend. “Kerry’s hard work and dedication to the public power industry, but most of all his kindness and indomitable spirit, will be remembered by all of us in the IMPA family,” commented Raj Rao, IMPA President and CEO.