Len Ardill

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Len Ardill
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Salisbury
In office
1 November 1986 – 19 September 1992
Preceded by Wayne Goss
Succeeded by Seat abolished
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Archerfield
In office
19 September 1992 – 13 June 1998
Preceded by Henry Palaszczuk
Succeeded by Karen Struthers
Personal details
Born Leonard Arthur Ardill
(1931-03-15)15 March 1931
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Died 4 April 2014(2014-04-04) (aged 83)
Queensland, Australia
Nationality Australian
Political party Australian Labor Party

Leonard Arthur Ardill (15 March 1931 – 4 April 2014) was an Australian state politician, representing the Australian Labor Party.[1]

Following time as an Alderman in the Brisbane City Council, including serving as the Vice Mayor, Ardill was elected in 1986 to the Legislative Assembly of Queensland as the member for Salisbury. He then became the member for Archerfield from 1992 till his retirement in 1998 .[2]

His parliamentary service included time as the Chairman of the Parliamentary Travelsafe Committee[3] and membership of the Parliamentary Public Works Committee.[4]

Ardill died in 2014 and was cremated at Mt Gravatt Crematorium.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Former Members". Parliament of Queensland. 2015. Retrieved 25 January 2015. 
  2. ^ Lion, Patrick (9 May 2008). "Labor lion on gravy train - and they got Poppers too". The Courier-Mail. Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved 14 February 2010. 
  3. ^ Parliamentary Travelsafe Committee: Annual Report 1992-1993 (PDF), Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1993, retrieved 14 February 2010 
  4. ^ Palaszczuk, Henry (17 April 2006). "Backwards and forwards on water supplies". The Courier-Mail. Brisbane, Australia. p. 21. 
  5. ^ Deceased Search — Brisbane City Council Grave Location Search. Retrieved 1 February 2016.
Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Wayne Goss
Member for Salisbury
1986–1992
Abolished
Preceded by
Henry Palaszczuk
Member for Archerfield
1992–1998
Succeeded by
Karen Struthers