Becoming a “Senior Director” takes many years of hard work, dedication and commitment to the Kendall County Fair Association. The man hours it takes for a Director to become a Senior Director are valued tremendously and something to be proud of!
We recognize and honor the Directors below for all of their contributions and dedication throughout their years as an active director. If you see them walking around, thank them for keeping the vision alive. Thank them for pushing forward so we can continue to give back to the community and bring you the annual Kendall County Fair!
A Director has the ability to become a Senior Director after they have dedicated 9 or more years of volunteered service as a Kendall County Fair Director. Many of our Senior Directors are still active in the association throughout the year by attending director monthly meetings, workdays and help each year with the preparation of the annual fair and other events. Several served on the planning of the 100th Anniversary Celebration in 2005.
Fred Reissig, Frank Sultenfuss, Joe Montgomery, L.M.Holman were the first four directors voted in as Senior Directors on June 1, 1985.
This group of Senior Directors listed and Senior Directors the association has lost over the years have worked hard, and the living continue to play an important role in the history of the association. The directors and association honor these Senior Directors and with their continued support and guidance the fair association will continue as a yearly success. As of 2020, fifteen of the Senior Directors have served as President of the association during their term as a director.