Zirkelbach announces re-election to Supervisors

Jon Zirkelbach

     Jon Zirkelbach of Center Junction wishes to announce his candidacy for re-election to the Jones County Board of Supervisors.

     Continuing to serve in the best interest for all residents in all areas of Jones County is one of his top priorities. Zirkelbach had the privilege of serving as Board Chairman this past year and enjoyed the challenges it provided. While fulfilling his duties as a board member, he also served on numerous county-related boards such as: Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC), serving as secretary; East Central Iowa Council of Governments (ECICOG); East Central Iowa Housing Trust Fund; Integrated Roadside Vegetative Management Committee; Wapsi Trail Committee; as well as serving as an alternate for other committees for the county.

     Zirkelbach also enjoys volunteering many hours throughout the year for the Great Jones County Fair and Jones County Safe and Healthy Youth Coalition. He also spends time volunteering on the Board of Directors for the Scotch Grove Cemetery and helps maintain the property when needed. Zirkelbach also serves on the Grant Wood Art Gallery Board.

     Zirkelbach and his wife, Tracy, live on a farm just west of Center Junction. Tracy is employed as a special education teacher for the Anamosa Community School District. Together, they have three children who have a vested interest in the communities in which they reside. Gennifer resides in Maquoketa and is employed by the Midland Community School District. Nick is currently self-employed, lives in Anamosa and also a member of the Iowa National Guard Reserves. Jacob is currently finishing up his senior year at Iowa State University, where he has made an impact through his efforts in Iowa State Student Government.

     In his spare time, Zirkelbach likes to travel, ice fish, work on projects around the farm, and investigate the history of Jones County.

     After re-election, Zirkelbach will continue to invest his experience for the betterment of Jones County and all of its residents.


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