Marc M. Mouton

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Marc M. Mouton
Louisiana Lieutenant Governor
In office
1940–1944
Preceded by Coleman Lindsey
Succeeded by J. Emile Verret
Personal details
Born June 1, 1901
Johnson, LA.
Died August 30, 1944 (aged 43)
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Alice Campbell Mouton
Residence Lafayette, Louisiana
Alma mater Tulane University

Marc M. Mouton (June 1, 1901-August 30, 1944) served as Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana from 1940 until 1944 during the administration of Governor Sam Houston Jones. He graduated from the medical department of Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana.[1]

He married Alice Campbell, daughter of Judge William Campbell.[2] Mouton, a Democrat, was a resident of Lafayette, Louisiana, and died in the summer of 1944 shortly after vacating the office of lieutenant governor to J. Emile Verret of New Iberia.[3]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Coleman Lindsey
Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana

Marc C. Mouton
1940—1944

Succeeded by
J. Emile Verret