Edmund Lowey

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Edmund Lowey
Born (1938-02-12) 12 February 1938 (age 77)
Ballasalla, Isle of Man
Nationality Manx
Education Castle Rushen High School
Occupation Politician
Years active 1975–present
Employer Isle of Man Government

Edmund Lowey MLC (born 12 February 1938[1]) is a Manx politician, who is a Member of the Legislative Council in the Isle of Man.

Early life[edit]

Edmund was born in 1938 in Ballasalla and was educated at Castle Rushen and then worked for the Ronaldsway Aircraft Company from 1964, until 1975. He then stood for the Manx Labour Party in the House of Keys election of 1975 and was elected as one of the MHKs for Rushen. He continued in this position until his elevation to the Council in 1982. He held several ministerial posts under Sir Miles Walker and was also a Vice Chairman of the Manx Labour Party.

Ministerial positions[edit]