Indiana House of Representatives: 2012 - present
House District 5: portions of St. Joseph County
Family, Children & Human Affairs
Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
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Occupation: Home Builder
State Representative Dale DeVon was elected into the Indiana General Assembly in November 2012. He was born and raised in Clay Township and has lived in Granger since 1989.
In the 80's, Rep. DeVon began his first business as a contractor, and in 1995, he started DeVon Custom Homes, a business he still operates today. In 1997, Dale became a national director for the Home Builders Association. In 1998, he served as local president for St. Joe Valley.
Rep. DeVon still serves as the state and national director of the Home Builders Association and continues to advocate for safe and affordable housing in St. Joe County. In 2002, Rep. DeVon was elected to St. Joe County Council District where he served as chairman of the Land Use Committee.
Rep. DeVon's passion, however, is helping youth. He was the Sr. High Youth Group Leader at New Life Christian Fellowship. He continues to meet with youth at the Juvenile Justice Center. He is also on the school board for The Crossing, a school for at-risk youth.
Rep. DeVon married his wife, Christine, in 1978. They have three children and five grandchildren. Shannon, a 2002 graduate of Purdue University, and his wife, Amie, reside in Indianapolis, IN with their son and daughter. Shannon works in the commercial construction industry. Their son, Adam, a 2004 graduate of Purdue, lives with his wife, Sarah, and sons, Lucas and Eli, in Granger while working in the family business. Their youngest daughter, Ashley, a 2006 graduate of Indiana University, recently married Stephen. Ashely and Stephen have a daughter, Samantha and one son on the way. They reside in Fishers.
House District 5 is composed of portions of St. Joseph County in northern Indiana.
STATEHOUSE (Jan. 19, 2016) – State Rep. Dale DeVon (R-Granger) paired his sneakers with his suit today at the Statehouse to help raise cancer awareness.