Cavett Robert was born in Starkville, Mississippi in 1907 on the Mississippi A&M campus where his father was a teacher. He graduated from Olí Miss in 1929 and attended law school at Washington and Lee University.
After practicing law in New York, he moved to Arizona in 1937 and established himself as a successful lawyer and insurance and real estate salesman. He began a career as a platform speaker in the early sixties and in 1972 was given the Golden Gavel Award by Toastmasters international.
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