Karen Spurgeon, owner, president, and publisher of Bloomfield Communications, Inc., which includes The Bloomfield Democrat, Bloomfield Cable News, and www.bdemo.com. Former music teacher for Davis County Schools. Family: Husband — Gary Spurgeon, deceased, former publisher of Bloomfield Communications. Daughter — Shari Forsythe, deceased, former elementary teacher at Cardinal. Son — Scott Spurgeon, editor, Bloomfield Communications, Inc. Daughter — Stephanie Henkenius, senior associate, Mercer Health and Benefits.  Grandchildren: Nathan, Clinton, and Alex Forsythe; Benjamin and Bailey Spurgeon; Lindsey, Kyle, Ryan, and Kelsey Henkenius
      Karen joined the initial Bloomfield Main Street Board in 1995 after being invited following her leadership of the Davis County Fine Arts Council’s three-year renovation project of the Iowa Theatre from 1993-1995. Her desire was to expand her contributions beyond the Arts Council and become involved in communitywide development.
      Karen envisions Bloomfield becoming an attractive hub with its well-maintained historic buildings and beautiful streetscape filled with retail and service businesses. She envisions those businesses drawing customers from the region as a result of the efforts of Bloomfield Main Street, Davis County Development Corporation, Davis County Tourism Corporation, and city and county government.
     She envisions an increasing number of eager and willing volunteers of all ages planning and sponsoring special events that draw people to Bloomfield for entertainment, shopping, and socializing. She envisions an increase in tourism as the county’s historical resources, Amish community, and outdoor recreational opportunities are promoted. She envisions the community becoming a statewide leader in energy practices and an example of small-town, can-do attitude determined to make this community the best it can be.
      Karen envisions the community as a place where people of all ages want to live because of its visionary leadership, its energetic volunteers, its quality educational institutions, its excellent medical facilities and providers, its contributions to the arts, its active service organizations, and the spiritual guidance and community service provided by Davis County’s churches.
      Asked why community involvement is important, Karen replied, “A community is only as good as its volunteers!” 

Lexis Frymoyer, Treasurer & Young Professionals (2019)

Sabrina Yahnke, Organization Chairperson (2019) 


Alexis is a Ag Loan Officer at Success Bank. Family members are Tucker and Ava Henderson. 
Hobbies? Spending time with family, running, shopping
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 2016
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? Wanted to become involved in the community.
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? Finished streetscape to enjoy!
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? To support Bloomfield as a community, as well as the businesses, to continue to grow.
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? To keep Bloomfield great and constantly improving
What do you think (as a community) we need to work toward? More community involvement!
 I LOVE Bloomfield. I’m so thankful to have found it to raise a family in and call home. 


Lexis is a Universal Banking Officer for Bank of the West. Family members are  Jared and Jackson Frymoyer. She is the daughter of Rod and Stephanie Lynch
Hobbies? Spending time with family, camping, volunteering in Davis County.
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board?  2015
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? I started attending the Young Professionals of Bloomfield meetings and they needed a representative on the Main Street board.
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? A group of individuals that promote our downtown.
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? It attracts visitors and projects a healthy community image upon which industrial investors rely in part to make their location decisions. It provides small business ownership opportunities, jobs, and retail sales
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? Career Booster-Gaining New Experiences-Learning new skills-Making a difference-Giving back-Its fun
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Getting more people involved
Doug is the Owner of Mind’s Ear Music. Family members are: wife, Lori; son, Damen and daughter, Caden. 
Hobbies? Tae Kwon Do, Water skiing
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 1998
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? Coerced by aunt/uncle
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? A vibrant downtown
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? We drive downtown economic development and rehab
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? Without volunteers, we can’t function
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Business recruitment (Directed)
Ron is a County Supervisor. Family members include his wife, Phyllis. 
Hobbies? Antique farm tractors/equipment, involvement in Davis County Player/Fine Arts, traveling
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 2011
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? Designated by the Board of Supervisors to represent the board. Now a paying member.
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? Continued promotion of Bloomfield
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? Since most of the volunteer organizations (Masons, Lions, Jaycees, Chamber) are no longer around it is one organization to sponsor events.
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? Without volunteers, no local events would occur.
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Getting more people involved in volunteering. 

Ron Bride, County Representative 

Alyssa Greenstreet, (2020)


Alyssa is a Sales Associate for Farm Bureau. Family members include Boyfriend: Brad Egbert  Father & Mother- Todd & Kathy Greenstreet  Brother & Sister- Spencer & Keeley Greenstreet.
Hobbies? Coaching softball and spending time with family. 
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 2017 
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? To meet new people and give back to the community by volunteering.
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? To continue to find new ways to promote the community to new businesses and new residences.
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? To attract businesses and people to the community and to then focus on helping promote these businesses, allow development projects, and grants.
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? We all need to be more involved in all aspects of the community. Its how you spread knowledge and help improve the community.
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Business recruitment (creating jobs) and volunteering.


Get To Know our Board of Directors


Karen Spurgeon, Secretary (2020)


Chris Ball, (2019) - Information not provided

Felicia Shepard, (2019) - Information not provided









Chayton True, Design Chairperson (2020) - Information not provided

Abby Yearling, Promotion Chairperson (2019) - Information not provided


Devyn is the Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator for Davis County Hospital. Family members include her husband, Mark, and a son. 
Hobbies? Hunting and photography
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 2017
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? To give back to the community and help carry out the mission of Main Street.
What do you envision for the future of Bloomfield Main Street? To continue to be the leader in community development and change.
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? It’s important because of what the organization stands for. It stands for the development of change. Without change and growth, our community would be stuck in the past and would ultimately get lost.
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? It’s important to volunteer to give back to the community, because it shows dedication to community growth.
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Being ok with change!
Bloomfield, as well as Davis County, has a lot to offer. Main Street is a great avenue to showcase this, however we can’t do it alone. We need to continue to build relationships to benefit Bloomfield as a whole. 

Board Members are elected by the Bloomfield Main Street Investors at the Annual Meeting and serve a three year term. (Last year of their term is also listed by each board member's name)  


Alexis Henderson, President  (2019)


Sabrina works for the City of Bloomfield. Family members include her husband, Ryan Yahnke.
Hobbies? Volunteering, being outdoors.
What year did you join the Bloomfield Main Street board? 2015
Why did you become a Bloomfield Main Street board member? Lexis Lynch & fellow YP members talked me into it.
Why is Bloomfield Main Street important? To bring people to and promote our downtown.
Why is community involvement/volunteering important? To grow and better our community.
What do you think we (as a community) need to work toward? Communication and involvement. 

Devyn Pitlick, (2020)

Doug Dixon, Vice President (2019)