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Mary Bray

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Mary Bray
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Rhode Island Public Utilities Commissioner
In office
August 2005 - 2013
Term ends
Years in position 10
Base salary$125,071
Elections and appointments
AppointedAugust 2005
Appointed byGov. Donald Carcieri
Term limitsN/A
Associate'sRhode Island Junior College
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Mary Bray is a Commissioner of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission. She was first appointed to a six-year term in August 2005 by then-Governor Donald Carcieri.[1]
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Bray most recently had been Director of the Office of Community Services and Advocacy for the Catholic Diocese of Providence, a position she held from 1999 to 2005.[1] She previously served as business manager of the Holy Spirit Catholic Community in Central Falls, managed office operations for Advanced Transportation in Lincoln, and was credit card operations manager for Rhode Island Hospital Trust Bank.[1]


  • Associates degree in Social Services from the former Rhode Island Junior College[1]

Political career

Public Utilities Commission (2005-Present)

Bray was first appointed to a six-year term in August 2005 by then-Governor Donald Carcieri.[1]



Bray was appointed to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Donald Carcieri in August 2005.[1]

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Preceded by
Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission
Succeeded by
Herbert F. DeSimone, Jr.