Governor-General of Grenada

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Governor-General of Grenada
Coat of arms of Grenada.svg
Coat of Arms of Grenada
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Incumbent
Dame Cécile La Grenade
GCMG OBE

since 7 May 2013
Viceroy
StyleHer Excellency
ResidenceGovernment House, Grenada
AppointerMonarch of Grenada
Term lengthAt Her Majesty's pleasure
Formation7 February 1974
First holderSir Leo de Gale
Salary55,014 USD annually[1]
WebsiteOffice of the Governor-General

The Governor-General of Grenada has been the representative of the Grenadian monarch since the country's independence from the United Kingdom in 1974.

List[change | change source]

  Denotes Chief Justice acting as Officer Administering the Government
Governor-General
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Term of office Monarch Prime Minister
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Sir Leo de Gale
(1921–1986)
No image.png 7 February 1974 30 September 1978 4 years, 235 days Elizabeth II Gairy
2 Sir Paul Scoon
(1935–2013)
Paul Scoon (cropped).jpg 30 September 1978 6 August 1992 13 years, 311 days Elizabeth II Gairy
Bishop
Coard
Austin
Brathwaite
Blaize
Jones
Brathwaite
3 Sir Reginald Palmer
(1923–2016)
No image.png 6 August 1992 8 August 1996 4 years, 2 days Elizabeth II Brathwaite
Brizan
Mitchell
4 Sir Daniel Williams
(1935–)
No image.png 8 August 1996 27 November 2008 12 years, 111 days Elizabeth II Mitchell
Thomas
5 Sir Carlyle Glean
(1932–)
SirCarlyleGlean.jpg 27 November 2008 7 May 2013 4 years, 161 days Elizabeth II Thomas
Mitchell
6 Dame Cécile La Grenade
(1952–)
No image.png 7 May 2013 Incumbent 7 years, 344 days Elizabeth II Mitchell

References[change | change source]

  1. Government of Grenada. "Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year 2015" (PDF). www.gov.gd.[permanent dead link]