John Davis began serving on The Noblesville Township Board in January of 2019. He has lived in Noblesville for 32 years and is the former Senior Pastor of First Christian Church. He was also the founder of Channel 19 in 1990 which served and promoted Hamilton County for ten years.
John has as Bachelor of Science Degree from Indiana University and a Master of Divinity Degree from Christian Theological Seminary. He and his wife Stacy have two children and one grandchild.
John believes the Noblesville Township Trustees Office is the manifestation of local government that is best suited to meet the needs of the most vulnerable among us. It is here that those who struggle can find immediate help. John believes serving on the Township Board is a chance to give back and counts it as a privilege to serve the people of Noblesville.
Peggy Pfister has made Noblesville her home for 50 years. She has three grown children, Scott, Lauri and Brian who all graduated from Noblesville High School; she also enjoys her five wonderful grandchildren. Peggy holds a Master in Counseling from Butler University and BS in Education from Purdue University. For most of her career, Peggy has worked in Hamilton County government serving as Assessor, Assistant Director of the Hamilton County Highway Department, and Deputy in the Auditor Office. For the last 7 years, she has served on the Noblesville Township Board, a position she holds dear as she feels she can make a positive difference in the lives of Noblesville Township residents. She also is an avid supporter of other Township services such as the Parks and Fire Departments, the pool program and various other social services. She lives by the saying that “You cannot change the entire world but you can help one person at a time.”
Joe Arrowood was born in Johnson City, Tennessee and graduated from East Tennessee State University. He and his wife, Jo Ellen currently reside in Noblesville and have three grown children and eight grandchildren. As a proud resident of Hamilton County for more than 40 years, Joe worked for the Boys and Girls Club for more than 35 years; for 22 of those years, Joe served as the Executive Director of Noblesville Boys and Girls Club. After retiring, Joe continued to engage the local community as an F.C. Tucker Real Estate Agent for 16 years and took the position of Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street for 9 years. Joe is Past President of the Noon Kiwanis and current President of the Noblesville Lions Club. Joe feels that joining the Township Board was another opportunity where he could serve the community. Joe is currently the President of the Noblesville Township Board.