Mayor Andy Cook has been a resident of Hamilton County for over 22 years. In 2007, he was the Westfield Town Council president and worked to transition Westfield into becoming Indiana's
newest city on January 1, 2008.
After graduating from Northwestern High School near Kokomo, he received a degree in Biology and Environmental Health from Indiana University, Bloomington. After careers with the State Department of Health and the private sector, he joined his son in 1997 to develop Tradewinds, a transportation and logistics corporation, headquartered in Hamilton County.
Mayor Cook is dedicated to managing with financial integrity and is continuously working to maintain Westfield's character and charm while striving to increase its economic viability.
Mayor Cook and his wife of 40 years, Barbara, a physician assistant, live in Westfield and are the parents of two sons and a daughter, and have nine grandchildren.