|Moore in September 2012|
|Mayor of Richmond, Texas|
September 22, 1949 – December 4, 2012
|Succeeded by||Evalyn W. Moore|
July 28, 1920|
San Antonio, Texas
|Died||December 4, 2012
Hilmar Guenther Moore (July 28, 1920 – December 4, 2012) was an American rancher and the mayor of Richmond, Texas. He was appointed mayor of Richmond in 1949 and remained in office until his death in 2012, making him "probably the longest-serving elected official in the US," according to a 2008 BBC News report. He was honored with a life-size statue at City Hall in October 2008.
Moore's father, John Jr., served as a two-term Mayor of Richmond and a two-term judge in Fort Bend County, Texas. The elder Moore's father, John Sr., was a United States Congressman and Secretary of State of Texas.
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- "Wife of Richmond Mayor Hilmar Moore, who died last week, will serve out remainder of his term". KTRK-TV, December 12, 2012.
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