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Charles Rendell Mabey

During Utah's history there have been 14 Territorial Governors and 17 Governors of the State.

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Wells | Cutler | Spry | Bamberger | Mabey | Dern | Blood | Maw | Lee | Clyde | Rampton | Matheson | Bangerter | Leavitt | Walker | Huntsman | Herbert

Charles Rendell Mabey

1921-1925 REPUBLICAN
(October 4, 1877-April 26, 1959)

Born in Bountiful, Utah, Mabey studied at the University of Utah and served in the Spanish American War and World War I. He was a banker and educator before serving as a state legislator and mayor of Bountiful. As Utah's fifth governor, Mabey was a strong supporter of education. New schools were built and standards for teacher certification improved under his direction. He also aggressively promoted new highway construction and the reorganization of state government.

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