|Governor of Guam |
November 14, 1959 – August 22, 1960
|Preceded by||Richard Barrett Lowe|
|Succeeded by||Joseph F. Flores|
|Secretary of Guam|
November 1, 1957 – 1959
|Governor||Richard Barrett Lowe|
|Preceded by||William Corbett|
|Succeeded by||A. M. Edwards|
|Member of the Kansas State Senate|
Marcellus Graeme Boss
January 21, 1901
|Died||March 21, 1967 (aged 66)|
Kansas, United States
Boss first entered Guamanian administration with a 1957 appointment by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to the post of Secretary of Guam. He also served as a Republican member of the Kansas State Senate prior to becoming involved in the government of Guam. He was city clerk and city attorney of Kiowa, Kansas, and had a thirty-year law career in Columbus, Kansas. He died of a heart attack on March 21, 1967 and was buried at the City Cemetery in Columbus, Kansas.
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- "Kansas Legislators Past and Present". Archived from the original on 2011-07-25. Retrieved 2011-07-30.
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- Gingrich, Arnold (1957). Coronet, Volume 41. David A. Smart.
Richard Barrett Lowe
| Governor of Guam
Joseph F. Flores