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Timothy D. Tyler

Timothy D. Tyler

Chief Financial Officer

As the leader who oversees all financial activities at the firm, Tim plays a key role in Husch Blackwell’s growth and success.

Tim is ultimately responsible for the integrity of financial information and systems for the firm and directing the firm’s overall financial policies. He provides financial updates to the Executive Board and works closely with leadership across the firm to maximize opportunities that may influence the firm’s financial performance, achieve its strategic goals and continue its ongoing growth trajectory.

Since Tim has been with the firm for more than 30 years, he has a historical perspective that helps create a bridge between the past and present. He finds it rewarding to see the firm expand its geographic footprint and achieve profitable growth, while being an integral part of the leadership team.

Tim also continues to grow and learn in his own role as CFO. With the wisdom he has attained over the years, he mentors others at the firm to help them progress in their careers.


  • TOP CFOs, The Top 25 CFOs of Missouri for 2023


  • B.A., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Association of Legal Administrators, St. Louis, Diversity Committee
  • Elite CFO Executive Exchange
Outside the Office

Tim enjoys bowling and spending time with his two rescue dogs. 

Tim was recruited to bowl for the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, which paid for his four years of college. After college, he competed in several regional professional tournaments. Though he is no longer a competitive bowler, Tim still feels the desire to perform on the lanes.

Tim also is involved in animal welfare concerns. He rescued two pit bull mixed-breed dogs and donates to animal shelters and the Humane Society.

Community Leadership

Tim aligns with gay causes and furthers initiatives to fight discrimination.

While living in St. Louis, Tim was involved in organizing a gay competitive volleyball league, which evolved into a gay sports organization known as Team St. Louis. The idea was to create a healthy way for people in the gay and lesbian community to meet – through sports.