- Does every death involve the Coroner's Office?
- Does the Coroner's Office provide all death certificates?
- Is the Coroner a physician?
- Are there educational requirements for Coroners and Deputy Coroners?
- What is the Coroner responsible for?
- Can the cause and manner of death be kept confidential?
- How long does it take to determine the cause of death?
Carrie Costello, M.S., MDITippecanoe County CoronerPhone: 765-420-7607
Caroline Garvin Hanau, M.S., MDIChief Deputy CoronerPhone: 765-420-7607
Mary Ellen MillerOffice Manager
Emily King, B.A., MDIRecords Clerk/Deputy Coroner
Brett Bulington, EMT, MDIDeputy Coroner
Jeff Stefancic, M.S., MDIDeputy Coroner
Michael Baumann, A.S., A.G.S., MDIDeputy Coroner
Lisa Barker, MDIDeputy Coroner
Justin Commons, B.S., MDIDeputy Coroner
Ericka Escutia, B.A.Deputy Coroner
Isaac WaltersDeputy Coroner
Ross GuineyDeputy Coroner
The Tippecanoe County Coroner’s Office (TCCOR) mission is to provide competent, efficient, and quality services in determining cause of death and manner of death in unusual circumstances. The TCCOR services all of those who die in Tippecanoe County, their families, and other associated agencies in the investigation of unusual and unexplained deaths. The TCCOR provides an accurate completion of the Coroner’s Verdict and death certificate per Indiana State law. The TCCOR is committed to providing public education, support, compassion, and confidentiality in all matters.
- Martin D. Avolt DVM, CMLI, FAAFS
- Lt. Steven Kohne CMLI
- Tippecanoe County Sheriff
- Shift Commander
- Certified Blood Splatter Analyst