Frank Blevins

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The Honourable
Frank Blevins
Deputy Premier of South Australia
In office
04 Sep 1992 – 14 Dec 1993
Premier Lynn Arnold
Preceded by Don Hopgood
Succeeded by Stephen Baker
Treasurer of South Australia
In office
4 Sep 1992 – 14 Dec 1993
Premier Lynn Arnold
Preceded by John Bannon
Succeeded by Rob Lucas
Member of the Legislative Council
In office
12 Jul 1975 – 15 Nov 1985
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Member for Whyalla
In office
07 Dec 1985 – 10 Dec 1993
Preceded by Maxwell Brown
Succeeded by District Abolished
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Member for Giles
In office
11 Dec 1993 – 10 Oct 1997
Preceded by New District
Succeeded by Lyn Breuer
Personal details
Born Frank Trevor Blevins
(1939-06-03)3 June 1939
Manchester, England
Died 7 September 2013(2013-09-07) (aged 74)
North Adelaide, South Australia
Political party Australian Labor Party

Frank Trevor Blevins (3 June 1939 – 7 September 2013) was a South Australian Labor politician in both the Legislative Council and House of Assembly.[1] He was a minister in a number of portfolios and was Deputy Premier of South Australia (1992–1993).[2] He died at his home in 2013.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://newsmediaiframe.whyallanewsonline.com.au/iframepages/iframeClassifieds.aspx?category_list=2&pub_list=123&subclass_list=119
  2. ^ SA's former Deputy Premier Frank Blevins has died
  3. ^ "House of Assembly - Tuesday 10 September 2013". Hansard. Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Hon Blevins". Former Member of the Parliament of South Australia. Parliament of South Australia. Retrieved 12 September 2013.