Trevor Ruthenberg

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Trevor Ruthenberg
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Kallangur
Assumed office
24 March 2012
Preceded by Mary-Anne O'Neill
Majority 12.43 points
Personal details
Political party Liberal National Party of Queensland

Trevor John Ruthenberg is an Australian Liberal National politician who is the member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Kallangur, having defeated Mary-Anne O'Neill at the 2012 state election.[1]

After working in a Fibreglass company, he joined the RAAF and completed a trade as an Airframe Fitter. Trevor has lived in PNG, Indonesia, Chile, Canada, and the USA. He has directed major marketing and sales projects into heavy industry application and developed innovative "go to market" strategies.

Prior to being elected, he was Executive Officer to the Lutheran Church of Australia, overseeing 85 schools, 45 aged care facilities and 60 early learning centres.


Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Mary-Anne O'Neill
Member for Kallangur