Meet Lloyd Arnold

House District 74: Dubois, Spencer, Perry, Crawford and Orange


  • Natural Resources, Vice Chair
  • Education
  • Roads and Transportation
  • Veterans Affairs and Public Safety

Address: 200 West Washington Street, Suite 401-2, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

City: Leavenworth

Occupation: Small Business Owner

Statehouse phone number: 1(800) 382-9841

Rep. Lloyd Arnold has been a resident of District 74 his entire life and is a member of the 118th General Assembly freshman class. He was raised in Crawford County and now raises a family there with his wife, Jody, a Perry County native. Rep. Arnold graduated from Perry Central High School in 1992, where his father taught.

After graduation, Rep. Arnold went on to join the United States Army and later joined the Indiana National Guard. During his service in the National Guard, he attended Oakland City University where he studied Business Management and earned a commission as an officer. Rep. Arnold was commissioned as a lieutenant in 1998, and in 2003 he served the Indiana National Guard in Iraq as an Executive Officer. Rep. Arnold has also served six years as a Reserve Sherriff's deputy in District 74.

During his service in the National Guard, Rep. Arnold was employed by Toyota in Princeton, Indiana as part of the Quality Management Team. Using the experience gained from that position Rep. Arnold made the decision to open his own businesses in 2007.

Rep. Arnold spent the 2013 legislative session working on passing laws that would positively impact his community. One of his priority bills was House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1324 and Senate Enrolled Act (SEA) 290. HEA 1324 will help build Indiana's use of Compressed Natural Gas in vehicles by providing incentives to build CNG fueling stations throughout the state. Indiana has the opportunity to lead us towards energy independence and Rep. Arnold intends to do all he can to achieve that. SEA 290 works to place veterans in an employment area with very high demand, emergency medical technicians. The bill will waive the application fee to the Emergency Medical Services Commission if a veteran has already met the requiremtnts. Giving access to veterans, many of which are veterans of the medical field, will allow the state to properly utilize their skills.  

Rep. Arnold makes sure that his involvement in his children's schools is always a top priority. He has enjoyed coaching youth football for the last seven years, and has assisted the varsity coaching staff at Crawford County High School. Rep. Arnold also serves as a precinct committeeman and as a member of the Crawford County Little League Board.

Rep. Arnold and his wife have been married 16 years and have four sons, Tristan, Taten, Trenton and Tanner. They are members of Hillview Christian Church.

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