Preston Scott-Hall

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016

Arizonans remember Rose Mofford

Rose Mofford, the first woman to serve as Arizona’s governor, passed away on Thursday morning at the age of 94. According to the National Governors Association , Mofford was involved in state government for 50 years.

“Rose Mofford’s story is a truly unique Arizona story,” said Arizona governor Doug Ducey in a statement. “Rising through the ranks of state government to our state’s top office, she shattered a once-thought-unbreakable glass ceiling and served as an unparalleled role model to many. She was nothing short of an Arizona treasure, and will be deeply missed.”

Below, read how other Arizonans are remembering Mofford in social media.