IMPA Member Communities

Community Owned. Customer Focused. Public Power Strong.

IMPA Member Communities

IMPA Member Communities

Community Owned. Customer Focused. Public Power Strong.

IMPA Member Communities

IMPA member utilities provide local electric service at not-for-profit rates to municipal electric communities, serving towns and cities with populations ranging all the way from 200 to more than 57,000.

 

 

Commissioners

IMPA is governed by a Board of Commissioners comprised of one representative from each of its member communities.  The Agency’s diverse board is comprised of utility superintendents, council members, mayors, and clerk-treasurers, just to name a few.  Commissioners are selected by the communities they serve.

     Advance - Jim Caldwell                      Anderson - Tony Pochard                     Argos - Jamie Lindstrom                     Bainbridge - Chad Oliver
     Bargersville - Niki Balish                    Blanchester, OH - Ram Reddy             Bremen - Jay Stoneburner                  Brooklyn - Mitch Moore
     Brookston - Steve Putt                       Centerville - Dan Wandersee               Chalmers - Faith Willoughby              Coatesville - Linda Stoddard
     Columbia City - Shawn Lickey          Covington - Mayor Brad Crain             Crawfordsville - Phil Goode                Darlington - Greg Gayler
     Dublin - Nathan Ulerick                     Dunreith - David Dudley                       Edinburgh - Mike Jenner                     Etna Green - Barry Baker
     Flora - Ron Fritz                                  Frankfort - Todd Corrie                          Frankton - Lisa Corey                         Gas City - Dick Justice
     Greendale - Mayor Alan Weiss         Greenfield - Mike Fruth                         Huntingburg - John Reutepohler       Jamestown - Bobby Taylor, Jr.
     Jasper - Jerry Schitter                         Kingsford Heights - Kari Moss             Knightstown - Mike Hill                      Ladoga - Jim Cox
     Lawrenceburg - Olin Clawson           Lebanon - Ed Basquill                          Lewisville - Sue Saunders                  Linton - Brent Slover
     Middletown - Jim Hanson                  Montezuma - Jay Norris                        New Ross - Ashley Kelsey                  Paoli - Mickey Moore
     Pendleton - Tim McClintick               Peru - Josh Chance                                Pittsboro - Jason Love                        Rensselaer - Mayor Stephen Wood
     Richmond - Randy Baker                   Rising Sun - Shawn Guidice                 Rockville - Steve Farrington               Scottsburg - Mayor Bill Graham
     South Whitley - Randy Cokl              Spiceland - Jeff Lane                             Straughn - Stacy Smith                       Tell City - Dennis Dixon
     Thorntown - Gary Moody                  Tipton - Dick Klein                                 Troy - Tom Utley                                   Veedersburg - Ken Smith
     Walkerton - Phil Buckmaster             Washington - Randy Emmons             Waynetown - Barry Lewis                   Williamsport - Kevin Strickler
     Winamac - Brad Zellers

 

2019 Officers and Executive Committee

IMPA's slate of officers for 2019 include Chairman Phil Goode (Crawfordsville), Vice-Chairman Brent Slover (Linton), Treasurer Michael Fruth (Greenfield), and Secretary Bill Graham (Scottsburg).  The 2019 Executive Committee consists of Goode, Slover, and Fruth as well as, Dick Justice (Gas City), Jim Caldwell (Advance), Tony Pochard (Anderson), Ram Reddy (Blanchester), Faith Willoughby (Chalmers), and Jerry Schitter (Jasper).

 

About Public Power

Public power agencies like IMPA serve the community, not shareholders. Nationwide, there are over 2,000 public power agencies, serving 49 million people in 49 states and five US territories.  One out of every seven people in the US is served by a public power utility, so there’s public power near YOU. 

Check out this video to learn how IMPA (the Indiana Municipal Power Agency) gives back to the communities we serve through the public power we provide.