Richard Ronan

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Richard Ronan
Member of the House of Keys Assembly
for Castletown
Assumed office
4 October 2011
Preceded by Tony Brown
Personal details
Nationality Manx
Political party Independent
Spouse(s) Tracey
Occupation Politician

Richard Alexander Ronan (born 16 May 1963) is a Manx politician, who, since 2011 has been the Member of the House of Keys for Castletown.

Early life and education[edit]

He was educated at Victoria Road School Castletown, Castle Rushen High School and the College of Further Education. He founded his own business as a joiner in 1986 and then as a building contractor from 1990-2011. He is married with three children and enjoys local history and is a Liverpool F.C. fan.[1]

Parliamentary career[edit]

He was first elected in 2011. He serves in the following roles:

  • Member of the Department of Infrastructure 2011-date
  • Member of the Department of Social Care 2011-date
  • Member of the Department of Economic Development 2013-date
  • Vice Chairman of the Isle of Man Post Office 2011-
  • Member of the Tynwald Honours Committee 2011-
  • Chairman of the Select Committee on Public Service Broadcasting 2012-