Tony Dean (politician)

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Anthony James Dean (born 19 January 1954) is a former Australian politician.

Born in Nannup, Western Australia, Dean received a Bachelor of Science (Agriculture) and a Diploma of Education, becoming a schoolteacher. He was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Assembly in 2001 as the Labor member for Bunbury, defeating sitting member Ian Osborne. He was himself defeated in 2005 by John Castrilli. [1] Dean has continued his political career and currently holds the position of shire president for the Shire of Nannup.

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References

  1. "Dean, Anthony James (Tony)". Parliament of Western Australia. 2011. Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 8 August 2011.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Parliament of Western Australia
Preceded by
Ian Osborne
Member for Bunbury
20012005
Succeeded by
John Castrilli