Mark Maryboy

Mark Maryboy

Politician + Delegate + House Physician
Born Dec 10, 1955

Mark Maryboy was an American politician for San Juan County, Utah, and a former Navajo Nation Council Delegate for the Utah Navajo Section of the Navajo Tribe. He is the brother of Kenneth Maryboy who currently serves in the positions he once stood. Mark is of the Navajo Indian Tribe. Mark Maryboy was also the San Juan County, Utah Commissioner for District Three who saw to the needs of the county's residents and the Utah Navajo Element.… Read More

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1955 Birth Born in 1955.


1978 23 Years Old Upon graduation from San Juan High School in Blanding, Utah he attended the University of Utah, majoring in history with a minor in business. He garnered a B.A. degree in 1978. … Read More


1986 31 Years Old Mark Maryboy was also the San Juan County, Utah Commissioner for District Three who saw to the needs of the county's residents and the Utah Navajo Element. He made history when he was elected in 1986 as the first Native American county commissioner in Utah's history. … Read More
1989 34 Years Old In 1989 Navajo elders and other Democratic stalwarts determined to run a Navajo for every county post up for election. 56 percent of San Juan's population was Navajo at the time. … Read More
1990 35 Years Old In November 1990, he was elected to the Navajo Nation Council as a council delegate from the Aneth area. He sat on the Advisory Board of the College of Social & Behavioral Science at the University of Utah. He is currently the chairman of the Navajo Nation Council Budget & Finance Committee. Maryboy met President Bill Clinton in 1992 at the Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden. … Read More
1992 37 Years Old He was a delegate to the United Nations Conference for Indigenous peoples in Geneva, Switzerland in July 1992.
1993 38 Years Old He was appointed to serve on the Utah Advisory Committee for the United States Commission on Civil Rights in 1993.
1994 39 Years Old He was appointed by President Clinton to serve on the National Advisory Council on Indian Education in 1994.


1997 42 Years Old In 1997, local residents began the Aneth Oil Protest against Exxon-Mobil's Utah Navajo community policies. … Read More
1999 44 Years Old Maryboy established Utah Navajo Health Systems in 1999 along with Donna Singer. … Read More
2002 47 Years Old In 2002 he and the Utah Navajo Commission urged the Navajo Nation to reassert Colorado River water claims the tribe waived in the late 1960s to help facilitate a power plant near Page, Arizona. … Read More
2003 48 Years Old Utah Navajo allegations of corruption within the U.S. Interior gained support from an Interior whistleblower in 2003.


2006 51 Years Old In April 2006, Navajo Nation Council Speaker Lawrence T. Morgan faced a charge of criminal battery when he struck Council Delegate Mark. … Read More
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