Jacob Moore is deputy prosecutor at the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office. When he is not working, Moore likes to spend time with his family on the family farm, reading, playing with his daughter, and watching TV. He also serves on the board of the Montgomery County Free Clinic, and is president of the Crawfordsville Kiwanis Club.
He has lived in Montgomery County his entire life. He and his wife, Larla, have a daughter. His parents are Laurel and Raoul Moore. His sister, Alex Tatman, is married and has a son. He says he is lucky to live close to extended family.
A song that will always get Moore up and moving is “Magic” by B.o.B. featuring Rivers Cuomo. Moore was honored to be considered for Dancing with the Montgomery County Stars and immediately said yes. But he added, “Then the nerves hit when I realized I would have to dance in front of hundreds of people.”
Moore believes the public should come out to support the Youth Service Bureau. He says that not enough can be said about how many kids the organization has helped through the years and the immeasurable benefit they bring to the community.
“Additionally, it’ll be fun to watch me try to keep up with my partner, Kaylynn, and dance my heart out,” he said.
Kaylynn Keedy Ranspach is a social worker at North Montgomery High School. She grew up in Crawfordsville, then moved back in 2019. In her spare time, she teaches dance classes at Dance By Deborah and spends time with her family. She has been married to her husband, Chuck, for 10 years, and they have two daughters, Sawyer, 7, and Parker, 4.
Ranspach has been dancing since she started taking lessons at Dance By Deborah at age three and continued the lessons through high school. She was also a member of the Crawfordsville Dance Teams. She went on to study dance at Hope College. She has loved returning to her roots by teaching dance at DBD the last three years. She decided to participate in the YSB fundraiser because as a social worker in Montgomery County, she says she has had the chance to see the direct impact that the YSB has on the community’s youth.
Ranspach believes the public should come to the event and support Moore and her because it is a great cause with lots of great people and she hopes it will be an entertaining performance that will make the audience want to get up and dance.
“Jake and I both grew up in Montgomery County and decided to raise our families here and love to give back to the community. So please donate generously,” she said.
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