Mayor Tyler Moore
Tyler O. Moore is the 35th Mayor of the City of Kokomo, Indiana. Before being elected Mayor in 2019, Moore previously served as a Howard County Commissioner for 11 years. Moore worked at Moore Title & Escrow as the company’s Escrow Manager since 1998.
Moore is a 1989 graduate of Kokomo High School and studied at The University of Notre Dame. He graduated from Notre Dame in 1993 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. Moore worked in the South Bend/Elkhart area for five years before heading back to Kokomo to work at his family-owned business, Moore Title & Escrow.
He has been active in the Kokomo/Howard County community by participating in a number of committees and social organizations such as United Way, Kokomo Early Risers Rotary, Realtors Association of Central Indiana, Knights of Columbus, Literacy Coalition of Howard County, Mental Health Association of Howard County and Homebuilders Association of Howard County. Prior to his time in political office, Tyler served on a number of Indiana Land Title Association (ILTA) committees, was selected for the ILTA Board of Governors from 2003-2009 and was ILTA President in 2008.
Moore is the oldest son of five children to Richard and Margaret Moore and is the great-great-great-great-grandson of Miami Indian Chief Jean Baptiste Richardville—after whom Howard County was first named and great-great-great-great-nephew of Chief Little Turtle.
Tyler has been married to his wife, Ann, for 19 years and is the proud father of 5 children: Claire, Jacob, Emma, Joseph and Owen. Tyler and his family are members of St. Patrick Catholic Church in Kokomo, where he has served on the Parish Council, taught Sunday Religious Education classes and mentored small groups for high school youth ministry for years.