Mike Keyzer

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Mike Keyzer
Keyzer, M.J. - SFA008007130.jpg
Mike Keyzer in 1970
State Secretary for Transport
and Water Management
In office
5 April 1967 – 6 July 1971
Prime MinisterPiet de Jong
Preceded byLeo de Block
Succeeded byRoelof Kruisinga
In office
24 July 1963 – 14 April 1965
Prime MinisterVictor Marijnen
Preceded byEddie Stijkel
Succeeded bySiep Posthumus
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
23 February 1967 – 5 April 1967
Parliamentary groupPeople's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Personal details
Meijer Joseph Keizer

(1911-10-15)15 October 1911
Venlo, Netherlands
Died16 July 1983(1983-07-16) (aged 71)
The Hague, Netherlands
Political partyPeople's Party for
Freedom and Democracy

(from 1963)
Hannie Loeb
(m. 1937; his death 1983)
Children4 children
Alma materErasmus University Rotterdam
(Bachelor of Economics)
OccupationPolitician · Diplomat · Civil servant · Economist · Corporate director · Nonprofit director · Media administrator

Meijer Joseph "Mike" Keyzer (15 October 1911 – 16 July 1983) was a Dutch politician and diplomat of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD).[1]


Ribbon bar Honour Country Date Comment
NLD Order of the Dutch Lion - Knight BAR.png Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion Netherlands 20 April 1965
NLD Order of Orange-Nassau - Officer BAR.png Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau Netherlands 17 July 1971


  1. ^ (in Dutch) Keyzer, Meijer Joseph (Mike) 1911 - 1983, Jodeninnederland.nl, 10 December 2004

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Political offices
Preceded by
Eddie Stijkel
State Secretary for Transport
and Water Management

Succeeded by
Siep Posthumus
Preceded by
Leo de Block
Succeeded by
Roelof Kruisinga
Non-profit organization positions
Preceded by
Chairman of the
General Association of
Radio Broadcasting

Succeeded by
Gerard Wallis de Vries