Greg Beumer

State Representative District 33

State Representative Greg Beumer joined the Indiana House of Representatives in November 2013.

“It has been a privilege to represent Jay, Randolph and Delaware counties in the Indiana House of Representatives. I am honored that my background in economic development has afforded me the opportunity to serve our community and state in this new capacity and contribute to a brighter future for all Hoosiers. I believe this is one of the most important issues facing our state, and it will be my top priority.  I am humbled to represent you at the Statehouse in Indianapolis.”

Rep. Beumer grew up in Noble Township, Jay County. He attended Portland High School, completed coursework in Business Administration at Ball State University and is a graduate of the Economic Development Institute at the University of Oklahoma.

Before joining the Legislature, Rep. Beumer served two consecutive terms as a Randolph County Commissioner and one term on the Union Township School Corporation School Board. From 2001-2004, he served as the Region 8 Director for the former Indiana Department of Commerce, which consisted of six counties in east central Indiana. He has also served as the Director of Community Development for the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) and as the Executive Director of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation.

Currently, Rep. Beumer is also an organizing partner at Beumer Consulting, LLC in Farmland, Indiana. This is a community and economic development consulting firm specializing in finding funding for a variety of projects. Rep. Beumer also provides all the grant administration certification training for OCRA.

Rep. Beumer and his wife Kathy live on their family farm in rural Modoc and have been married for 25 years. Kathy is the fifth generation to live on the homestead. Together, they have 4 children, 14 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Serves on the following State House Committees:

  • Agricultural and Rural Development
  • Government and Regulatory Reform
  • Roads and Transportation

Community Involvement:

  • Current 15-year member, St. Vincent Randolph Hospital, Board of Directors
  • Randolph Economic Development Corporation, Board of Directors
  • Active volunteer and past three-term president, Historic Farmland USA
  • Chairman for the past four years, Farmland Chili Cook Off
  • Active volunteer and past secretary, Huntsville Community Center
  • Active volunteer, Winchester Churches and Community Food Pantry
  • Past board member, Indiana Landmarks Foundation
  • Recipient of the Distinguished Hoosier Award signed by Governor Mitch Daniels
  • Recipient of the Winchester Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award
7160 S. Huntsville Rd.
Modoc, IN 47358

7160 S. Huntsville Rd.
Modoc, IN 47358



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