|Best known for||Governor|
| Born||06/29/1884, Cheney, Spokane County, Washington, USA|
| Parents||Frank Martin, Philena Martin|
| Education||Cheney Normal (1903) University of Washington (1906).|
| Marriages||Lou Eckhart 1951|
Merle L. Lewis 1944, Divorced 1946
Margaret Mulligan 07/18/1907, Washington, USA, Divorced in 1943. Three sons.
| Children||William F. Martin, 1910. Clarence Daniel Jr. Martin, 10/23/1916. Frank Martin, 1920. |
| Death||08/11/1955, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, USA|
| Buried||Fairmount Memorial Park, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, USA|
- Board of Directors. Seattle First National Bank.
- Milling. F. M. Martin Milling Co. President and general manager.
- City Councilmember. Cheney, Washington. 1915.
- Mayor. Cheney. Cheney, Washington. 1928 - 1936. Clarence D. Martin was elected Washington State Governor in 1932 and continued serving as mayor until 1936. Governor Martin would return home to Cheney after the legislative session. .
- Governor. Democrat, Washington. 1933 - 1941. 8 year(s). Elected governor in 1932 and reelected in 1936. Governor during the Great Depression. In 1933 Martin created the Columbia Basin Commission to oversee the Grand Coulee Dam project.
- State Representative. House of Representatives. Democrat. 5th District, Washington. 1944. Appointed by County Comissioner to fill a vacancy..
- City Councilmember. Democrat. Cheney, Washington. 1950 - 1952.
|Affiliations:||Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks , |
Loyal Order of Moose,
|Notes:||Both Washington and Oregon had a Governor Martin in the late 1930s. Washington State University's Martin Stadium is named after Clarence Martin.|
Birth year varies, 1884 determined by grave marker.