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Blaxell, Margaret Anne (1934 - )

Born
14 March 1934
Occupation
Nurse, Political candidate and Public servant

Summary

Margaret Blaxell is an active and long-term member of the ALP. She was an ALP candidate for Ermington in 1991and House of Representatives candidate for Dundas in 1983 and 1984.

Details

Margaret Blaxell has worked as a nurse and public servant. She joined ALP in 1974, and was campaign director for the seats of Dundas in 1977 and Ryde in 1978, 1981 and 1984. She was appointed to Ryde Hospital Board and Ryde-Hunters Hill Area Health Service.

She is married to Greg Blaxell, and they have three sons.

Events

1959
Education - General Nursing Certificate
1984
Education - BA Sydney

Sources used to compile this entry: Labor Times, Vol 4 no 9/10 April/May 1991; The Radical, Vol 15, no 4, November 198.

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