The nominating committee has nominated the following directors for the 2022 Board of Directors Election.
Bruce Guernsey | District 7
Bruce Guernsey of Jamestown has been a Boone REMC member for 27 years and has been serving on the Boone REMC board of directors for 14 years as the director representative for District 7. He is a Credentialed Cooperative Director. He is a graduate of Western Boone High School and Purdue University. A self-employed farmer, he also serves on the Witham Foundation board and the Boone County Farm Bureau board. He is a member of the Jamestown Volunteer Fire Department. Guernsey is a member of the Jamestown United Methodist Church. He and his wife, Kelli, have two sons.
Mark Starkey | District 8
Mark Starkey of Lebanon has been a Boone REMC member for 27 years and has been serving on the Boone REMC board of directors for eight years as the director representative for District 8. He is a Credentialed Cooperative Director and holds a Board Leadership Certificate. A self-employed farmer in Lebanon, he has been married to Elle for 30 years. He has three sons, three daughters-in-law and one grandson. He is a director for the Boone County Breeders and Feeders Association, a former Lebanon Educational Foundation board member and a former co-chair of the Firecracker Classic. He attends New Hope Christian Church. Starkey graduated from Lebanon High School.
Noel Kendall | District 9
Noel Kendall of Zionsville has been a Boone REMC member for 34 years and has been serving on the Boone REMC board of directors for 23 years as the director representative for District 9. He is currently serving as the board chair and a director of the Wabash Valley Power Alliance. He is a Credentialed Cooperative Director, holds a Board Leadership Certificate and a Director Gold Credential. After 40 years in banking, Kendall is now retired and enjoys spending time with his spouse; Kathy; four children and seven grandchildren. Kendall is a member of the Post #79 American Legion and the Zionsville Christian Church. He was Boone County Firefighter of the Year and was a past member and chief of the Zionsville Volunteer Fire Department. He is a veteran of the United States Army and National Guard. In the past, he served as director of the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce and Habitat for Humanity. He has been a member of the Boone County Redevelopment Commission, the Zionsville Micro Loan Committee, and the Boone County Leadership Academy. Kendall received his bachelor’s degree from Ball Sate in journalism and received his graduate’s degree in banking from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.