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J&H Oil Company, dba Service Oil Co.

ContactTim Jersey
EmailServiceOil@JHOil.com
Address604 Water St., PO Box 235
Cassoplis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-445-2441
Fax269-445-2443

J&H Oil Company and its Service Oil Division is a quality petroleum distributor for northern Indiana and southwest Michigan, delivering to residental and commercial accounts for more than 60 years.   It is the leader in fuel oil delivery for homes, agriculture and commercial fuels, service station and convenience store resalers and has Pacific Pride 24-hour commercial fuel locations in Cassopolis and Byron Center. It offers contract, fixed price options, volume discounts, motor oils and hydraulics in bulk and packaged quantities, premium diesel fuel, with hoses and filters in stock.

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Midwest Energy & Communications

ContactAmy Pales
EmailPR@TeamMidwest.com
Address60590 Decatur Road
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-445-1000
Fax269-445-3792

Midwest Energy & Communications supplies electric, propane and fiber internet solutions to more than 40,000 customers in 15 counties across southern Michigan and norhern Indiana and Ohio.  

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Round Oak Propane

ContactBryan Summers, Regional Manager
EmailBryan.Summers@DCCPropane.com
Address51750 M-51 North
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-5512

Round Oak Propane is one of several propane retailers across the United States, which is owned by DCC Propane LLC, which has been serving communities for more than 75 years, providing propane for residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial users. 

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SEMCO Energy Gas Co.

ContactSue Hare, Senior Administrative Assistant
EmailSueHare@SEMCOEnergy.com
Address1000 Bell Road
Niles, MI 49120
(directions)
Telephone1-800-624-2019, 269.683.6810
Fax269-683-7668

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