Dave Foltz, President
Phone: 740.808.8600
Dave has been a committed part of the community and supports the Bremen Area Chamber of Commerce by serving as President beginning in 2022. Dave is the owner of Foltz Ag Enterprises which was started over 40 years ago in their Farm Shop serving local farmers. Foltz Ag is family-owned and operated and strives for excellent personal service. Foltz Ag Enterprises provides dependable and affordable tractors, equipment, and outdoor power products to make your jobs go faster, easier and more enjoyable.

Cenell Boch, Vice President
Phone: 740.277.1995
Cenell joined the Bremen community in 2018 and is excited to serve the Bremen Area Chamber of Commerce as Vice President. She is the owner of Wellness with Cenell and has a health and wellness medical fitness practice specializing in body treatments, pain management, and health coaching.

Susan Henwood, Treasurer
Phone: 740.569.4897
Susan has been married for fifty years to her husband, Michael.  They have three children (David (married to Jill), Liz, and Molly) and two grandsons (Josh and Nick).  Susan was Administrator for the Village of Bremen before retiring. She is an elder at Bremen Bethel Presbyterian Church where she serves on the Operations Committee.  She has been the treasurer for the Chamber for the past five years.

Sue Schmitz, Secretary
Phone: 740.412.4899
A life-long resident of the Bremen area, Sue retired after 35 years of teaching French and biology at Fairfield Union Junior-Senior High.  Sue is now involved with her church, the Bremen Garden Club and the Junior Mystical Garden Club (I’m working my way down in age of students!)  She serves on the board of Grace Haven Ministries, a sober living residence for women coming out of addiction.  She is dedicated to seeing Bremen and Fairfield County thrive!

Toni Harper, Trustee
Email: (personal)
As a newcomer to Bremen (50+ years), and having seen the many changes that have occurred, Toni realizes the importance of supporting and maintaining our business community.  Community involvement is a necessary part of good citizenship.  She has been part of a group with many wonderful people who have worked to keep the pool open, revived Santa in the Village, and organized an Easter Egg Hunt and, since COVID, the Easter Parade.  She has served as mayor, has been a part of the Village Council, and a member of the Bremen Area Historical Society.  (She believes she took her high school Civics lessons a bit seriously?)

Rich Lines, Trustee
Phone: 740.569.4600 or 740.215.9536