Victor Garland

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Sir Victor Garland

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Garland in 1969
Minister for Business and Consumer Affairs
In office
8 December 1979 – 3 November 1980
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byWal Fife
Succeeded byJohn Moore
Minister for Special Trade Representations
In office
20 December 1977 – 8 December 1979
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byJohn Howard
Succeeded byDouglas Scott
Minister for Veterans' Affairs
In office
6 September 1977 – 4 July 1978
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byPeter Durack
Succeeded byEvan Adermann
Minister for Post and Telecommunications
In office
22 December 1975 – 6 December 1976
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Preceded byPeter Nixon
Succeeded byEric Robinson
Minister for Supply
In office
2 August 1971 – 5 December 1972
Prime MinisterWilliam McMahon
Preceded byKen Anderson
Succeeded byLance Barnard
Member of the Australian Parliament
for Curtin
In office
19 April 1969 – 22 January 1981
Preceded byPaul Hasluck
Succeeded byAllan Rocher
Personal details
Born(1934-05-05)5 May 1934
Perth, Western Australia
Died1 January 2022(2022-01-01) (aged 87)
Political partyLiberal
Spouse(s)
Lynette Jamieson (m. 1960)
Alma materUniversity of Western Australia

Sir Ransley Victor Garland KBE (5 May 1934 – 1 January 2022), usually known as Vic Garland, was an Australian politician. He was a member of the House of Representatives from 1969 to 1981. He was a member of the Liberal Party. He was High Commissioner to the United Kingdom from 1981 to 1983.

Garland died on 1 January 2022, at the age of 87.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Garland, Sir Victor KBE". The Telegraph. 8 January 2022. Retrieved 8 January 2022.