Year: 2018

Chuck Goodrich will put the people of District 29 first

Putting PEOPLE FIRST is so easy for me because it’s what I have done my entire adult life. I’m tired of politicians talking about fixing problems – I’m ready to get to work to solve them. The people of Indiana need more opportunities to build a life that they can be proud of. That is why I am running for Indiana State Representative, House District 29.

I am passionate about workforce development and education. I have witnessed first-hand what it means to give people the opportunity to succeed in our community through skills-based trades. You want to talk about making America great? That’s what these folks do every single day. Yes, many people find success by attending college. However, there is more than one way to become successful, and not attending college doesn’t make people’s accomplishments any less meaningful.

 

As president of Gaylor Electric, I had the unique opportunity of watching craft men and women from around the country put their skills to the test during the Associated Builders and Contractors National Craft Championships (NCC) held recently in Long Beach, Calif. During the NCC, more than 170 craft professionals competed against each other to be named the best apprentice in the country. Gaylor Electric is proud to have had two employees recognized during the competition: Lucas Anderson, who earned a second-place finish in the Apprentice Competition for Instrumentation, and Richard Brown, one of Noblesville’s own, took home the prestigious Craft Professional of the Year award – which recognizes the best of the best in construction professionals! Both Anderson and Brown are great examples of people who started at the ground-level and, through hard-work and training, progressed into award-winning electrical professionals.

As your State Representative, I want you to know that I believe in you and will focus on growing workforce programs in our community so that District 29 serves as an example to all Hoosiers as to what’s possible when residents and businesses come together. We have great people in our district and I believe, together, we can do more to establish opportunities for workforce development and education.

 

I will serve you and will work in the best interests of our district. I do not expect taxpayers to pay me to serve them. If elected, my government salary will be donated to helping people in need in Noblesville, Fishers, and throughout District 29.

 

On May 8, please vote for me, Chuck Goodrich, for State Representative District 29, and let’s keep Indiana awesome.

 

Candidate for State Representative, District 29

Chuck Goodrich

www.Facebook.com/Goodrich2018

Photos: Friends of Chuck Goodrich Volunteer Open House

Nearly 130 volunteers of the PEOPLE FIRST campaign – Chuck Goodrich for State Representative District 29 – came together to learn more about volunteer opportunities, technology the campaign is using, and enjoy fellowship with other campaign volunteers. See more photos at www.Facebook.com/Goodrich2018.

 

Volunteer Event

Volunteer Event

Volunteer Event Website Copy – Saturday, March 10

 

Volunteer Open House for Friends of Chuck Goodrich

 

When: Sat., March 10, 2:30-4:30pm EST

Where: Gaylor Electric, 17225 Kraft Court, Noblesville, IN 46060

Contact: Kate Sackers, ksackers@gaylor.com

 

Candidate for State Representative District 29, Chuck Goodrich, will host a Volunteer Open House celebrating his candidacy from 2:30-4:30pm on Sat., March 10 at Gaylor Electric. The event is open to friends, family, and supporters of Chuck Goodrich and will serve as an opportunity for the public to learn about volunteer opportunities, what technology the campaign will be using, and get to know more about Goodrich and his PEOPLE FIRST campaign. Food and beverages will be provided. Kids are welcome. Sign up to volunteer here.

 

Chuck Goodrich currently serves as the president of Gaylor Electric, Inc., one of the largest merit electrical companies in the Midwest. Goodrich has been recognized for his professional leadership and philanthropic passion by winning the James J. Leonard Memorial Award; Business Person of the Year, City of Noblesville; the ABC Outstanding Chapter Support Award; and the Gaylor Optimist Award. Learn more about Chuck Goodrich here.

 

From the Bottom of Our Hearts – Thank You

From the Bottom of Our Hearts – Thank You

The Crossing would like to thank Gaylor Electric for supporting us throughout our first semester of the 2017-18 school year! We’re halfway through our first year as a satellite campus and appreciate all the support we’ve received to make this semester a success! Thank you for making us feel like part of the Gaylor Electric family!

Thank you to the workers on the floor who have supported and mentored our students during the day. Your work with these students everyday helps them learn and grow! We can’t make this program successful without you!

Thank you to the groups of Gaylor Electric staff who have provided Wednesday lunches for our staff and students. We really appreciate it! We love to eat and have enjoyed being spoiled with excellent food and time to get to know more of the Gaylor staff.

Thank you for surprising us with Christmas gifts! It wasn’t expected and created a lot of excitement for our students (and staff)! It really shows that the hearts of Gaylor Electric support these students and their dreams! We appreciate you showing that love!

Thank you to Gaylor Electric for building a classroom and donating funds to make this partnership a reality! Without that first huge step, none of this would be possible. Thank you for taking a chance on these students and giving them an opportunity to be great.

Our students have collectively earned nearly 40 credits, and we have several students on track to complete graduation this year! We even have two students specifically pursuing employment with Gaylor Electric after they earn their diploma.

On top of the academic accomplishments our students have been able to achieve, each student has had the opportunity to work and learn alongside Gaylor Electric employees. Students have threaded pipes, wired outlets, spray painted assembly boxes, and helped out with many other tasks in prefab.

We’re looking forward to an even better second semester! We’ll be back on January 15th, so feel free to stop by the classroom and get to know the students!

Merry Christmas,

Jason Knoop

Certified Teacher

Crossing School of Business and Entrepreneurship

Gaylor Electric Campus

crossingeducation.com

Chuck Goodrich announces his PEOPLE FIRST candidacy for Indiana House District 29

Chuck Goodrich announces his PEOPLE FIRST candidacy for Indiana House District 29

Noblesville, IN. 01/03/2018. Charles (Chuck) Goodrich is announcing his intention to run for Indiana State Representative in District 29. Current District 29 Representative Kathy Richardson has decided not to run for re-election.

“I am running to put “People First,” says Goodrich, “Political campaigns should be about putting PEOPLE FIRST and not about making career politicians. I am laser-focused on providing pathways for people to live the American Dream. The PEOPLE FIRST campaign will be based on my commitment to the citizens of District 29, that all of my votes, on their behalf, will be on protecting their personal liberties as our Constitution allows.” Additionally, Goodrich states, “I do not expect taxpayers to pay my government salary to serve them. Therefore, if elected, my government salary will be donated to a local Noblesville charity to help serve those in need in District 29.”

His PEOPLE FIRST values have led Chuck in the following areas:

Career:

·         Developed a high school for pathways into construction in District 29

·         Developed company internships for high school and college students

·         Created over 700 jobs as President of Gaylor Electric

·         Named Distinguished Technology Alumnus in 2010 (Purdue Construction Management)

·         Currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Center for Construction Education and Research

Community:

·         Noblesville Business Person of the Year 2012 (Noblesville Chamber of Commerce)

·         Current Board Member of Riverview Hospital Foundation (former Chairman)

·         Volunteer champion of the Hamilton County Innovation Network – which will be providing new career beginnings to high school students

·         Member of the Fifty Club of Noblesville – which assists families of Firefighters and Police Officers

·         Board Member of the Noblesville Youth Assistance program

·         Supports Boy Scouts locally, as well as Scout Camps

Family and Faith: the Bedrock of my Life

·         Married for over 24 years to wife, Tricia Goodrich

·         Proud father of Kaitlyn (23) who works for an Indianapolis construction company, where she resides, Kole (20) sophomore at Purdue University, Kylie (16) student at Noblesville High School, and Karson (14) student at Noblesville High School

·         Family has resided in Noblesville for over 20 years

·         Active member of White River Christian Church (Noblesville)

·         Annual service trips to Panama’s back country to assist with building facilities and water supply systems