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|Born||Quintin Bennett Gill
27 November 1959 (age 55)
Blackburn, Lancashire, England
|Residence||Port St Mary, Isle of Man|
|Employer||Isle of Man Government|
|Spouse(s)||Joy McCaffrey (m. 1989)|
He had been elected twice: first in November 2001 (his first attempt at standing); and again in November 2006, before losing his seat in the September 2011 election, to Independent challenger Laurence Skelly. Prior to being a politician he was a social worker and a probation officer. Gill was the chairman of the Manx Electricity Authority until 2011.
- Chairman of the Isle of Man Office of Fair Trading, 2004–08
- Chairman of the Manx Electricity Authority, 2008–11
Gill has been married to Joy (née McCaffrey) since 1989, they have three daughters together and live in Port St Mary, Isle of Man.
- "Gill, Quinten Bennett" (PDF). www.tynwald.org. Retrieved 2009-08-25.
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