Dan Stuart has lived in Fishers for 8 years. He retired after 41 years in the food service industry as a Regional Sales Manager for Cargill Food Service, but after spending a couple of years adjusting to retirement, decided he wasn’t cut out for it and found a part time position with the City of Fishers in 2014 as a utility locator and code enforcement. He loves living in Fishers watching how the city as grown over the last few years and being part of it working for the city. I’m looking forward to getting back in the food business and excited to work with local operators.
Josh Earl has lived in Hamilton County for most of his life, being born and raised in Noblesville. He attended Vincennes University where he received an Associates of Science in Fire Science and Safety Technologies. Before working for Fishers, he worked in the private sector and then the for the Indiana State Fire Marshals Office. He came to Fishers in March 2015 to work in Permitting and Inspections as a Commercial Building Inspector. He then transferred to the Fire Department as a Fire Inspector and Investigator. Currently, he is the Deputy Fire Marshal in charge of running the Fire Prevention Division for the Fire Department and the Food Inspection Program for the Health Department. He enjoys scuba diving and spending time with his wife and five children.
Karac Aynes was born and raised in Madison County, but has worked for the City of Fishers since November of 2017. Before working for Fishers, he worked for the Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office. He began his career with Fishers as a Fire Inspector and Investigator with the Fishers Fire Department, and in addition to these duties he is also a Health Inspector with the Food Inspection Program for the Health Department. When not at work, he is working at his local church, playing the guitar, and spending time with his wife and children.