Daniel O. Hoye

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Daniel O. "Dan" Hoye served as Los Angeles City Controller from 1937 to 1961.[1] On January 19, 1937, after the resignation of John S. Myers, Hoye was appointed by the Los Angeles City Council to replace him. He served until 1961, when he was defeated by Charles Navarro.

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Preceded by
John S. Myers
Los Angeles City Controller
1937–1961
Succeeded by
Charles Navarro