2017 Annual Meeting & Member Appreciation Event

Join us on Thursday, July 20! 

Our booth at the Sponsor of the Day Pavilion will be open from 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM. Members will receive your invitation in the mail. Bring your parking pass to park for FREE and your registration ticket to receive $10 in Fair Bucks to use at vendors that day. We will also have games, face painting, balloons and more! 

AND, if you sign up for Operation Round-Up that day, you'll receive a FREE Hendricks Power bucket! 

Board of Director Candidates

In 2017 we will be electing board members for areas 4, 5 and 6. Learn more about your candidates below. 

Area 4: Hal Truax
Hal Truax is the incumbent director seeking re-election in Area 4. He is a lifetime resident of Middle Township in Hendricks County. He has been a member of Hendricks Power since 1984, serving on the board of directors for 24 years. He also represents the co-op on Wabash Valley Power Association’s board of directors, and has had this role for 21 years. 

Truax is a graduate of Pittsboro High School, and completed the Purdue University agriculture short course, the Lincoln Technical Institute automotive diesel course and the Indiana Institute of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition’s agriculture leadership program. He is a credentialed cooperative director, has earned his board leadership certificate and earned the director gold status through NRECA for members of electric cooperatives. 

Truax currently manages a no-till grain farm. He is a charter member and past director of Indiana Sustainable Agriculture and past supervisor of Hendricks County’s Soil and Water Conservation District. He is currently vice president of Hendricks County Farm Bureau and Hendricks County Youth Council.

He and his wife, Susan, have three children and two grandchildren. They are members of Bartlett Chapel and are also Middle Township 4-H leaders.

Area 5: Marshall Hurst
Marshall Hurst is the incumbent director seeking re-election in Area 5. A native of the Belle Union area, Hurst graduated from South Putnam High School and then moved to Hendricks County in 1977. He has been a member of the co-op for over 30 years, serving on the board of directors since 1998.

Hurst is involved in the agricultural community and grows corn, soybeans and wheat. He was named Hendricks County Soil and Water Conservation Farmer of the Year in 1995.

Hurst has two children and four grandchildren. He and his family are members of the Coatesville Christian Church.

Area 6: Keith Cooper
Keith Cooper is the incumbent director seeking re-election in Area 6. He graduated from Ben Davis High School and earned his Bachelor of Science in Agronomy from Purdue University.

Cooper farms approximately 2,000 acres of land raising corn, soybeans and wheat. Cooper served on the Hendricks County Fair Board from 1992 until 2003.

He and his wife, Tammy, live west of Danville, near Amo. They have two children and two grandchildren. 

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