Chuck Goodrich serves as the president and CEO of Gaylor Electric, Inc., one of the largest merit shop electrical companies in the Midwest. Gaylor Electric, a national award-winning electrical design-build contractor, employs more than 1,000 dedicated and highly trained men and women and operates 11 offices in five states across the U.S., including seven Indiana locations.
Mr. Goodrich began his career with Gaylor Electric in 1991 as an intern and subsequently moved up the ranks to a variety of key leadership positions within the company, ultimately being named President in November 2014. Mr. Goodrich is a proven leader and inspires his staff with his high-energy/high-performance business style. During his tenure, Gaylor Electric has created more than 700 jobs.
A leader in the business community, Mr. Goodrich serves on the Executive Committee as past chairman of the board of directors for National Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC); is past chairman and current board member of the Riverview Health Foundation and past chair and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Purdue Construction Advisory Council for Building Construction Management; actively works with the Hamilton County Workforce Innovation Network (HCWIN) and is a member of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development’s Region 5 Workforce Development Board. Also serves as Chair of David’s Well.
Mr. Goodrich has been recognized for his professional leadership and philanthropic passion by winning the James J. Leonard Memorial Award; Business Person of the Year, City of Noblesville; the ABC Outstanding Chapter Support Award; and the Gaylor Optimist Award. Mr. Goodrich is a graduate of Purdue University, where he earned a B.S. in Building Construction Management.
Mr. Goodrich lives in Noblesville, Indiana, with his wife, Tricia of 24 years and their four children. The family is active both in the Noblesville community and as members of the White River Christian Church in Noblesville. His favorite things to do during his free time are spending quality time with his wife and kids, playing golf, and rooting for the Indianapolis Colts and Purdue Boilermakers.