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Terry M. Jarrett

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Terry M. Jarrett
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Missouri Public Service Commission
Former officeholder
In office
January 17, 2008 - September 2013
Base salary$88,267
Elections and appointments
AppointedSeptember 11, 2007
Appointed byGov. Matt Blunt
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sCentral Missouri State University
J.D.University of Missouri - Columbia School of Law
Military service
Service/branchArmy Reserves/Missouri Army National Guard
Years of service2002-2010
(dead link) Office website
Terry M. Jarrett is a former member of the Missouri Public Service Commission.[1]


An attorney by trade, Jarrett has practiced law as a private attorney and served as a judicial law clerk to Missouri Supreme Court Justice Duane Benton. Jarrett served as General Counsel to Matt Blunt during his time as both Governor and Secretary of State. Prior to joining the MPSC, Jarrett was the Presiding Commissioner of the Administrative Hearing Commission.[2]


  • B.S., Central Missouri State University
  • J.D., University of Missouri - Columbia School of Law

Political career

Missouri Public Service Commission (2008-2013)

Jarrett has served as a member of the Missouri Public Service Commission since 2008.



Jarrett was appointed to the Missouri Public Service Commission by Governor Matt Blunt for a six-year term on September 11, 2007. Commissioner Jarrett received unanimous Senate confirmation on January 17, 2008.[2][3]

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Preceded by
Missouri Public Service Commission
Succeeded by
Daniel Hall