Tony Sheehan

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The Honourable
Tony Sheehan
Treasurer of Victoria
In office
21 January 1992 – 27 October 1992
Premier Joan Kirner
Preceded by Tom Roper
Succeeded by Alan Stockdale
Personal details
Born Anthony John Sheehan
(1948-12-24) 24 December 1948 (age 65)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Nationality Australian
Political party Australian Labor Party
Spouse(s) Ann Charlton (m. 1978)
Alma mater La Trobe University
Occupation Teacher

Anthony John "Tony" Sheehan (born 24 December 1948) is a former Australian politician. He obtained an economics degree at La Trobe University and was a school teacher at Heidleberg High School. He was elected branch secretary of the Victorian Secondary Teachers Association.

He was a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from the seat of Ivanhoe (1982–85) and Northcote (1988–98). He was a member of the ALP.

He held a number of ministerial positions in the government of Joan Kirner. He was the Minister for Housing and Construction in 1990–91. He was then appointed the Minister for Finance in 1991–92 and Treasurer from January to October 1992 when the Kirner government was defeated.[1] He resigned from parliament in 1998 and was succeeded in his seat by Mary Delahunty.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.pollbludger.com/vic2006/northcote.htm

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Victorian Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
Bruce Skeggs
Member for Ivanhoe
1982–1985
Succeeded by
Vin Heffernan
Preceded by
Frank Wilkes
Member for Northcote
1988–1998
Succeeded by
Mary Delahunty
Political offices
Preceded by
Barry Pullen
Minister for Housing and Construction
1990–1991
Succeeded by
Andrew McCutcheon
as Minister for Planning and Housing
New ministry Minister for Finance
1991–1992
Succeeded by
John Harrowfield
Preceded by
Tom Roper
Treasurer of Victoria
1992
Succeeded by
Alan Stockdale