District Number 1
Consists of Vienna, Lexington, and Johnson townships in Scott County; Saluda Township in Jefferson County; and Washington, Bethlehem and Owen townships in Clark County.
1467 Paula Drive,
Scottsburg, IN 47170
Meyer is the incumbent director seeking re-election in District 1 and is running unopposed.
She is the owner-founder of Minds-in-Motion, Inc. and is a retired school teacher and reading specialist from Lexington, Vienna-Finley and Johnson Elementary schools. Meyer is a graduate of Scottsburg High School and received Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in education from Indiana University Southeast.
Meyer continued her education as a director by attending NRECA-sponsored institutes, workshops and seminars. She successfully completed the requirements for a Board Leadership Certificate and is a Credentialed Cooperative Director. She currently serves as secretary-treasurer of the REMC board and also represents Clark County REMC on the board of directors of Indiana Electric Cooperatives.
Meyer is a member of Scottsburg United Methodist Church and serves as a pastor/parish committee member and a middle school Sunday school teacher. She is also a member of the Indiana Friends of Rural Electrification and the Action Committee for Rural Electrification.
Meyer and her husband, Steve, have two adult sons, three grandchildren and have been members of the co-op since 1979.
District Number 2
Consists of Oregon and Charlestown townships in Clark County.
9010 Old State Road 3,
Otisco, IN 47163
Dieterlen is the incumbent director seeking re-election from District 2 and is running unopposed.
Dieterlen is the maintenance engineering specialist with the United States Postal Service.
He is a graduate of New Washington High School, and earned an associate degree in applied science in mechanical engineering technology from Purdue University. He has completed training in Lean Six Sigma and holds a Green Belt certification. Dieterlen continued his education as a director by attending NRECA-sponsored institutes, workshops and seminars. He successfully completed the requirements for a Board Leadership Certificate and is a Credentialed Cooperative Director. He is currently serving as president of the REMC board and represents Clark County REMC on the Hoosier Energy board of directors.
Dieterlen is a member of both Otisco Community Church and the Charlestown Lion’s Club.
Dieterlen and his wife, Lisa, have been members of the REMC since 1987 and have three adult children and one grandson.
Silver Creek High School Map
Use this while attending the Clark County REMC Annual Meeting.
The blue box on the map indicates the candidates’ hallway. Registration/voting takes place in the Auxiliary Gym. Follow the yellow arrows to meet the candidates. In order to alleviate congestion at the school entrances, political candidates for public office remain 50 feet from doors. No public campaigning is allowed inside. Follow the black arrows to bypass the candidates.