Mark Hall, a Noblesville businessman, has added his name to a growing list of candidate to replace retiring State Sen. Luke Kenley (R-Noblesville).
Hall, 56, owns Tech Trades, ITC 2.0, PinPoint Resources, LiMar Properties and TalentLogistiX. He is a 30-year resident of Noblesville.
Originally from Robinson Ill., Hall graduated high school in 1978. After which he started working full-time and going to school full time.
He has an associate's degree in Computer Science and Business Lincoln from Trail College, graduating with honors. He holds a degree in business administration from Indiana State University and studied Business Administration at IUPUI part-time for more than 10 years
"In speaking with many of our neighbors over the past several weeks the following issues continue to be at the top of all of our minds," Hall said.
3). Precinct Committee members involvement / appreciation
4). Jobs Quality - attraction and Brain Drain
5). Heroin and Opioid addiction
6). Jobs education - vocation and skilled trades
Hall and his wife Lisa have been married for 38 years. The Hall's have three daughters, who all attended Noblesville schools and all live in the area. They are grandparents to four grandchildren, and are expecting their fifth grandchild in January.
"I am a Christian and Conservative business owner. We own Technology, Engineering and Construction Services businesses that employ hundreds of Hoosiers. I am privileged to serve for over a decade on the Boards of Directors for two 501C3 not-for-profit charities and to volunteer teach 'Job's For Life,' and 'Purpose To Your Work' courses to incarcerated and second chance young adults in our community. I am active in teaching, music and volunteer programs at my church," Hall said.
For more information on Hall's candidacy, visit https://www.facebook.com/notes/mark-f-hall/the-difference-in-district-20/105762650138491/
A caucus of District 20 precinct committeemen will select a replacement for Sen. Kenley, 6 p.m. Sept. 6, at the Ivy Tech Auditorium, 300 N. 17th St., Noblesville.
A Facebook Live Stream will be available at www.facebook.com/indgop for members of the public who wish to watch the caucus live.