Four director seats up for election in 2024

Posted on Mar 18 2024 in Heartland REMC

Members of Heartland REMC will vote on four board seats at this year’s Annual Meeting on June 22.

Potential candidates have until April 10 to file for nomination. To file as a candidate, you must secure the signatures of at least 20 Heartland REMC members. The person signing the petition must be the member of record and not a spouse. All signatures are verified. The signatures can come from any district in Heartland REMC’s service territory and are not limited to only the candidate’s district.

A potential candidate can only seek election for the district in which they live. Members interested in running for a seat can visit or call the office to determine if they are eligible to run based on the district maps.

Packets for potential candidates are now available at both the Wabash and Markle offices during regular business hours. A candidate must pick up the packet before obtaining member signatures.

All registered Heartland REMC members are eligible to vote at the Annual Meeting held on June 22.



Current Director: Mat Quickery

The area north of a line beginning at the intersection of North Broadway and U.S. 24 bypass and heading east on Lamont Road, Hosler Road, and 1100N-90 to Marzane Road, bounded on the east by a line running north to I-469, west to U.S. 24 (Roanoke), then north to SR 114 and bounded on the west by SR 9.


Current Director: Adam Fusselman

The area south of a line beginning at the U.S. 24 and 750E-85 intersection and heading east around the Huntington Bypass to North Broadway, then continuing east along Lamont Road and Hosler Road to the Huntington/Wells County line. The County Line Road is the east border, Wabash County 750E is the west border, and 300S is the south border.


Current Director: Ralph Keefer

The area south of Wells County Road 1100N, bordered to the east by Meridian Road, to the west by Huntington/Wells County line, and the south by 900S.


Current Director: D’Ann Stouffer

All of the area south of SR 124 and west of the Wabash/Huntington County line.