Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles


“My professional life has been devoted to the field of human resources (HR) and I spend a considerable amount of time consulting with other school corporations in HR matters. I am director of HR for Cunningham Restaurant Group (Charbonos) in Avon.

“I have an undergraduate degree in liberal arts and an M.A in adult education, both from IU. Professional designations include Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Training Consultant (Ball State), and Lean/Six Sigma Black Belt.

“Our family attends Kingsway Christian Church where I teach 2-year-olds (a humbling experience!). Our daughters attended Avon schools and both graduated from AHS. During their time in high school, my husband Michael and I were the co-presidents of the Avon Band Boosters. We have two grandsons that I hope, one day, will be Orioles as well.

“But ... my education, self-development, and school/board involvement don’t insure success for kids and education. What I hope does insure that success is that I have become known for fighting diplomatically for Avon. I have tried to use my leadership voice to speak out for our schools and our community because I believe in Avon: its children, teachers, administrators, and staff.

“Indiana education is complex and I ask that you vote for me and my experience. We can’t afford to lose momentum and I bring the experience and know-how to keep Avon on the respected onward and upward course we are on. Thank you for your support!”



(Brown Township)

Richard Sutton


(Lincoln Seat - 1)

Kim R. Lucas


Incumbent Kim Lucas is 57 and works for Avon Products, Inc. She is married to Bob Lucas and is the mother of Danielle, Jason, and Keagan Kline (first-grader at Delaware Trail).

“Serving on the board for 24 years, I have a passion for the education of our children. Ours are among the best schools in the state but we must keep improving. My priority is to provide the best overall education for our students, keeping within prudent fiscal limits. All areas of school life: academics, athletics, arts, and the social aspects are important to provide the well rounded education our children need.

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