Terry Rogers

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Terry Rogers
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Redcliffe
In office
20 August 2005 – 9 September 2006
Preceded byRay Hollis
Succeeded byLillian van Litsenburg
Personal details
Born
Terence Walter Rogers

(1958-11-26) 26 November 1958 (age 60)
Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Political partyLiberal National
OccupationChartered Accountant, Bank officer

Terence Walter "Terry" Rogers (born 26 November 1958) is a former Australian politician. Born in Ipswich, he was a Chartered Accountant and bank officer before entering politics. A member of the Liberal Party, he was elected to the Queensland Legislative Assembly in 2005 in a by-election for the seat of Redcliffe, after the resignation of Labor's Ray Hollis. Served as Qld Shadow Minister for Public Works and Housing 2006, Qld Parliamentary Secretary to the Shadow Minister For Health, Deputy Opposition Whip 2005/06. He was defeated at the 2006 state election by Labor candidate Lillian van Litsenburg.[1]

Currently lives in Redcliffe City, Queensland. Partner Sharyn Lee Crosby B. 17 August 1967, Box Hill Victoria.

Attended school locally at Clontarf Beach State School and Clontarf Beach State High School subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Business and a Graduate Diploma of Business (Professional Accounting) from Brisbane College of Education now Queensland University of Technology.

Chartered Accountant Principal TWR Group Chartered Accountants Director: Shelmier Administrative Services Pty Ltd; TWR Group Financial Services Pty Ltd; ACT Success Migration Pty Ltd, Success Migration Pty Ltd, Australia China Freetrade Pty Ltd

Fellow Institute of Chartered Accountants Aust. & NZ Fellow Governance Institute of Australia Fellow Institute of Chartered Secretaries (UK) Justice of the Peace (Qual) Qld. Paul Harris Fellow (Sapphire Pin) Paul Harris Benefactor Past President Rotary Club of Redcliffe City 1999/2000; 2013/2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rogers, Terence (Terry); Government of Queensland. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Ray Hollis
Member for Redcliffe
2005–2006
Succeeded by
Lillian van Litsenburg