Truman Bodden

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The Honourable
Truman Bodden
OBE
Leader of Government Business
In office
November 1994 – 8 November 2000
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor Michael Edward John Gore
John Wynne Owen
Peter Smith
Preceded by Thomas Jefferson
Succeeded by Kurt Tibbetts
Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) for the District of George Town
In office
November 1976 – November 1984
In office
November 1988 – November 2000
Personal details
Occupation Attorney, Politician

Truman Murray Bodden, OBE (born 22 April 1945)[1] is a former Caymanian politician. An attorney at law by profession, he served as Leader of Government Business from 1994 to November 2000. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly for George Town. When in government he served in the Ministries of Education, Youth, Finance, Civil Aviation, Employment, Tourism, Environment, Investment and Commerce.

He is a founding member and director of Truman Bodden and Company Attorneys-at-Law, Cayman Islands.

Bodden is the father of two children.

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Preceded by
Thomas Jefferson
Leader of Government Business
1994–2000
Succeeded by
Kurt Tibbetts