Zionsville council makes appointments to town boards, committees and commissions


On Jan. 13, the Zionsville town council announced the appointment and reappointment of several Zionsville residents to the following town boards, committees and commissions.

Zionsville Planning Commission

Josh Fedor, new appointee: Born and raised in Zionsville, Fedor moved back to the area in 2002. He lives in Union Township and is active with the Boone County 4-H. He is the manager of Fedor Feed and Grain.

Allan Rachles was reappointed.

Board of Zoning Appeals

John Wolff, new appointee: Wolff has lived in Zionsville (Eagle Township) for three years and grew up in Zionsville. He is the director of technology for Monarch Beverage.

Bryan Traylor, new appointee: Traylor is vice president/sales manager of residential lending at Centier Bank and is the current president of the Zionsville chamber of commerce board of directors. He has lived in Zionsville (Union Township) for 10 years.

Park Board

Phil Howard was reappointed in an additional appointment by the school board.

Redevelopment Commission

Craig Anderson, Katie Culp, Bradley Johnson, Luke Phenicie and Mark Plassman were reappointed in additional appointments by the school board.

Economic Development Commission

Robert Goodman, Kent Abernathy, Carol Marquiss, Tammy Kelly and Bryan Brackemyre were reappointed.

Safety Board

Susana Suarez and Steve Mundy were reappointed; Elizabeth Hopper was appointed.

Board of Police Commissioners

Jeff Papa and Suzanne Nagy were reappointed.

Zionsville Municipal Building Corporation

Stephen Tarr, Larry Jones and Paul Watson were reappointed.

Zionsville-Eagle Township Municipal Building Corporation

Kent Abernathy, Larry Jones and Larry Mitchell were reappointed.

Pathways Committee

Jeff Edmondson, new appointee: Edmondson moved to Zionsville in 2005 and lives in Eagle Township. He is an avid trail user and has served as president of the Indianapolis Hiking Club, on the Hoosier Rails to Trails council and as president of the Knobstone Hiking Trail Association. He is Indiana’s representative for the American Discovery Trail.

Mark Gibson, new appointee: Gibson, an Eagle Township resident, moved to Zionsville in 2001. He works for Sitech, which sells GPS technology on heavy equipment.

Geoff Brown, Bill Spitz, Paul Watson, Evan Williams, Tom Schuler, Art Small and Chad Pittman were reappointed.

Zionsville Town Hall Building Corporation

Steven Lonn, Rob French and George Tikijian were reappointed.


Jean Apple, Charles Ewing, Clyde Bodkin, Lana Funkhouser, Nancy Tikijian and Elizabeth Hopper were reappointed.

Town Prosecutor

Lori Schein was reappointed.

MPO Policy Committee

Elizabeth Hopper was reappointed.

Water Advisory Board 

Tom Schuler was reappointed.

Boone County Solid Waste Management District Board

Candace Ulmer was reappointed.

 Architectural Review Committee

Beth Casselman, new appointee: Casselman has been a resident of Zionsville for 30 years. The executive director of The Clowes Fund, Beth is a graduate of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series and Boone County Leadership, and has volunteered for the Community Foundation of Boone County and United Way of Central Indiana Boone Country advisory boards.

Chris Bucher, Eileen Davis, Tom Casalini, Bradley Johnson, David Rausch and Mike Zeller were reappointed.

 Union Township Building Corporation

Charles Naber, Jr., Christopher Henry and Christopher Maher were reappointed.

Residents interested in a volunteer role with the town should submit an expression of interest with a résumé to Ed Mitro at  HYPERLINK “mailto:emitro@zionsville-in.gov” emitro@zionsville-in.gov. Candidates will be considered again in the fall of 2014.

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