Mary Schryer

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Mary Schryer
Member of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
for Quispamsis
In office
September 18, 2006 – September 27, 2010
Preceded by Brenda Fowlie
Succeeded by Blaine Higgs
Personal details
Political party Liberal
Spouse(s) Scott
Residence Quispamsis
Occupation financial planner, sales manager, politician

Mary Schryer was a Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) in New Brunswick, Canada, representing the constituency of Quispamsis. Schryer was elected in the September 18, 2006 general election for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick. She lost her riding in the September 27, 2010 election.

Prior to the election, Schryer was a financial planner and sales manager with Clarica, part of Sun Life Financial, in Quispamsis, New Brunswick, a director of the area's health services corporation and a member of the town council.

She was named to the cabinet on October 3, 2006.

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Provincial Government of Shawn Graham
Cabinet Posts (2)
Predecessor Office Successor
Mike Murphy Minister of Health
2009–2010
Madeleine Dube
Carmel Robichaud Minister of Social Development
2007–2009
styled as Minister of Family & Community Services from Oct.–Dec. 2007
Kelly Lamrock
Special Cabinet Responsibilities
Predecessor Title Successor
Carmel Robichaud Minister responsible for the Status of Women
2007–2010
Margaret-Ann Blaney
Eugene McGinley Minister responsible for the Housing
2008–2009
McGinley was 'Minister of State for Housing'
Kelly Lamrock
none Minister of State for Housing
2006–2007
new designation
McGinley was sworn-in as "Minister of State for Seniors and Housing"
Eugene McGinley
Madeleine Dubé Minister of State for Seniors
2006–2007
Dubé was Minister responsible for Seniors
McGinley was sworn-in as "Minister of State for Seniors and Housing"
Eugene McGinley