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Posted on: May 15, 2017

Town announces 2017 commission and board appointments

The Zionsville Town Council has approved and announced nine appointees to Town of Zionsville Boards, Commissions and Committees. All individuals are new appointees. These individuals give their time and expertise for the benefit of the community.


Boards/Commissions/Committees with one year of service include: Economic Development Commission, Pathway Committee, Architectural Review Committee and Non-Discriminatory Practices Review Committee. The Police Commission appointment is a 3-year appointment, the Library Board appointment is a 4-year appointment and the Park and Road Impact Fee Review Board appointment is a 5-year appointment.


New appointees to their respective Board, Commission or Committee:

  • Bob Kuzman to the Economic Development Commission - Bob has lived in Zionsville for almost two years. He is a former state legislature and is currently the Director of External Affairs at MISO (Midcontinent Independent Systems Operations). Bob’s son is a freshman at Zionsville High School.  
  • Geoff Ruffer to the Pathway Committee - Geoff and his family moved to Zionsville from New Jersey and have been residents of the Village for 12 years. They are avid users of Zionsville parks and pathways and are looking forward to continuing the development and refinement of the Pathways Master Plan.
  • Faye Snodgrass to the Pathway Committee - Faye has lived in Zionsville for 21 years and is proud to call the town her home. She and her husband have two children who graduated from Zionsville Community Schools. After spending eight years working abroad in commercial finance, she returned to her passion, the field of education. Since 2001, she has served Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education and in her current role as executive director since 2007.
  • Emily Schilling to the Park and Road Impact Fee Review Board - Emily has lived Zionsville for a little more a year with her husband, son and daughter. She currently works as a Controller for MOBI Wireless Management in Zionsville. Emily enjoys volunteering at Eagle Preschool where her children attend.
  • Carol Mullet to the Architectural Review Committee - Carol’s lifelong passion for history, design and renovation inspired a 30-year career as a commercial and residential designer in Ohio. After retirement in 2014, Carol and her husband relocated to Zionsville to be near their daughter’s family and we fell in love with life in the Village. Carol and her husband have appreciated the warm welcome from business owners and new neighbors as they renovated several old homes in the Zionsville area, including one which received the VRA’s Lamplighter Award. She is impressed with the Town’s commitment to improving and preserving historic buildings in the Village and looks forward to working with this committee.
  • Steve Freeland to the Architectural Review Committee - Steve and his wife have lived in Zionsville for 17 years and have two daughters and three grandsons. He has been the Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Care Group for more than 12 years. Steve was a candidate in the 2016 primary elections running for Boone County Council. He received the Distinguished Hoosier Award from Governor Daniels for participation on the Zionsville Reorganization Committee. He is also a member of the Cobblestone Lakes Homeowners Association.
  • Molly Hanlon to the Library Board - Molly has held a number of marketing positions in Zionsville, Indianapolis and Chicago. She is a past board member of Dress for Success Indianapolis and the Zionsville Education Foundation. She volunteers regularly at her children’s schools and at her church, St. Alphonsus Liguori. Molly and her family have been Zionsville residents and frequent library visitors since 2006. She is delighted to serve on the board of this town treasure.
  • Elizabeth Hopper, Town Council President, to the Police Commission - Click here for bio.
  • Joshua Garrett, Town Council Vice President, to the Non-Discriminatory Practices Review Committee - Click here for bio.

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