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Meet Our City Officials

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Gregg Sprunger

Gregg A. Sprunger is serving his first term as Mayor of the City of Berne, having been elected in the fall of 2019. Gregg was first elected to public office in 1989 as the District 2 City Council representative and served in that capacity until assuming the office of Mayor. During that time, he served as the President of the Berne City Council and the Berne Plan Commission. Gregg recently retired from the First Bank of Berne as Asst. Vice-President of Purchasing and Facilities Manager.

Gregg and his wife Barb are the parents of 3 children and 12 grandchildren. Gregg and Barb are active members of First Missionary Church, where he serves as usher, greeter, audit committee member and various other activities.Gregg is also the treasurer for the Berne Rotary Club and the Berne Republican Party.

Gregg’s hobbies include landscaping, reading, and watching sports. Gregg is especially passionate about his favorite football team, the Green Bay Packers. As a life-long resident of Berne, Gregg is honored to serve the citizens of Berne as Mayor.



Kalla Caffee

Kalla Caffee is the Clerk-Treasurer for the City of Berne, serving since January 2024. Kalla is an Enrolled Agent and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from Bluffton University. She was born and raised in Wauseon, Ohio and moved to Berne after graduating in 2008.

Kalla is married to Justin Caffee and they have three children, Myles, Easton, and Trayce. They attend First Missionary Church, where Kalla helps with the the children activities on Sunday mornings. She is also the treasurer of the Berne Community Development Corp. 

Kalla's hobbies include spending time with family, participation in local  5k's, and attending her children's sporting events.

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Curtis Wurster (R)

Curtis Wurster is the District 1 City Council member and has served the City of Berne in this capacity since first being elected in the fall of 1995. Curtis is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. He is married to Jeannine (Fletcher) who is a 6th grade teacher in the South Adams School system. Curtis and Jeannine have two children and four grandchildren. Curtis is an owner and works at Bernhaus Furniture in Berne.

Curtis and Jeannine are active members in the First Missionary Church and had served as treasurer for thirteen years. My hobbies include cooking on an outdoor smoker, running and weight lifting at the Wellness Center, racquetball, walking our dogs and reading. As a family they enjoy vacationing at their lake cottage.

I have always believed the Berne community a great place to live and raise my family and am happy to serve in whatever capacity I can for the citizens of Berne.



Kelly Amstutz (R)

Kelly Amstutz was elected to her first term on the Berne City Council in the fall of 2019 as the District 2 representative. She has been an active member in the community, having co-founded the Hope Clinic in 1992, serving as executive director for nineteen years and three years as a member of the board of directors. In the early years of the Berne Girls Softball League she served on the softball committee and as a coach. She has engaged with public speaking for various community organizations both within and outside of the community and has taught in the children’s and high school departments of First Missionary Church. Kelly is currently employed at Park Center where she works with children and families in the South Adams School system.

Kelly was encouraged by her husband and children to run for city council. With much support from family and friends, she decided to pursue running for city council. She is married to Brice Amstutz; they have seven children and fourteen grandchildren. Kelly and Brice are active members of First Missionary Church in Berne.

Kelly shared she considers it an honor and privilege to be a member of the Berne City Council, and one more way she can give back to the community. As she starts her first term as a public servant, she looks forward to working with the City Council and Mayor in serving the citizens of Berne.

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Rod Mason (R)

Rod serves as the council representative for District 3, having been elected to his first term in the fall of 2019. Rod, along with his wife Laurie and daughter Olivia, moved from Pennsylvania to Berne in 2014, and have enjoyed the community ever since. His daughter attended South Adams High School, graduated in 2017, and graduated in 2020 with a degree in Exercise Science from Ball State University.  Rod and Laurie are members of the Pleasant Dale Church, where Rod serves on the Building Committee, as well as the Ministry and Pastoral Care Committee and occasionally joins the morning Worship Team. Recently retired as the CEO of Swiss Village, Rod has also held multiple executive leadership positions during his thirty seven plus year career in the Continuing Care Retirement Community field, always serving at a Church-related not-for-profit organization. Rod has enjoyed becoming a contributor to the Berne community through his work as a former Board member of both the Berne Chamber of Commerce and The Berne Rotary and looks forward to serving as a Council Representative for the 3rd District! Rod serves as the council representative for District 3,  having been elected to his first term in the fall of 2019.



Ron Dull (D)

Ron Dull is Berne's District 4 City Council representative and will be entering his fifth term in this office in 2023. Ron was elected to his first City Council term in November of 2007. Ron and his wife Celia are active members of the First Missionary Church (FMC) in Berne, where Ron is a leader of the FMC Love Food program and also volunteers with the local Brianna's Hope Chapter at FMC. Ron has also served on the Adams County Boys and Girls Club the past thirteen years and recently completed a term as Board President and is on numerous Adams County Boys and Girls Club sub-committees. On City Council, Ron served eight years as city of Berne Park Board President and has also served on the City of Berne Board of Public Works and Safety committee the past thirteen years. 


Ron is a member of the Swiss Heritage Society and the local American Legion Post 468 Sons of The American Legion (SAL) Chapter. Ron recently retired from Frontier Communications having worked thirty nine years in the Information Technology field with GTE, Verizon, and Frontier. Ron looks at his City Council position as an opportunity to “give back to” and support the community he loves. “Since my college graduation from IPFW forty years ago, Berne is the place I have chosen to live and raise a family in. Over the years I have declined many opportunities to move closer to work in Ft. Wayne and several promotion opportunities that would have taken me to other regions in the United States to stay close to my roots and my family".    

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Wes Haight (R)

Wes was elected to his first term as a council member in the fall of 2023 and is the City of Berne Council at Large representative. Wes is a twenty five year resident of Berne, and a father of two, Braxton and Jordan. Wes is member of Drug Free Adams County, SAFE Adams County and executive director for Adams County Republican Party.

Wes is currently employed at Parkview Hospital Police Department, and previously served the City of Berne in the same capacity for fifteen years. Wes enjoys being a dad, volunteering for not for profit organizations, outdoor activities, music, reading and attending the Bridge Community Church on Sundays.

He enjoys being a resident of Berne, and interacting with all those

who live in Berne and surrounding communities. Wes is looking forward in learning how to be an effective leader, so that he can positively impact the growth of the City of Berne and its residents.



Dave Baumgartner

David N. Baumgartner has served as City Attorney for the City of Berne since 2014. Dave enjoys contributing to the development and progress of the Berne community.  Dave is married to Tanya Lehman Baumgartner. They are the parents of three adult children, and are also blessed with five grandchildren. The Berne area has been their lifelong home.  Following college and law school, Dave and Tanya chose to return to their roots in Berne as a desirable place to raise a family.  

Dave serves as a member of the Berne Rotary Club, President of Berne Community Development Corporation, and Board Chair of First Bank of Berne. Dave graduated from South Adams High School.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business and Economics from Bluffton University and a Juris Doctor Degree from Indiana University - McKinney Law School in Indianapolis.

Dave was admitted to the practice of law in 1985 in the State of Indiana, and in United States District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.  He is a member of the Adams County Bar Association, the Probate, Trust and Real Property Section and Elder Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association, and the American Agricultural Law Association. 

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