Tony Johnson (Australian politician)

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Anthony Valentine Patrick Johnson (31 August 1924 – 31 May 2001), was an Australian politician. He was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly between 1973 and 1983.

Parliamentary career

In 1973 Johnson was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for the seat of Mount Druitt. In 1981 he was elected to the seat of Riverstone, where he remained until leaving Parliamentary service in 1983. [1]

Johnson died in 2001 at the age of 76. He is buried beside his wife, Cecily 'Cec' Maria Johnson at Pine Grove Memorial Park.

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References

  1. "Mr Anthony Valentine Patrick Johnson". Former Members of the Parliament of New South Wales . Retrieved 10 April 2019.
New South Wales Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
Jim Southee
Member for Mount Druitt
1973 1981
Succeeded by
Abolished
Preceded by
New seat
Member for Riverstone
1981 1983
Succeeded by
Richard Amery