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Frederick Sheppard Grimwade

12 September 1933 (Melbourne, Victoria)
23 February 1989
Frederick Sheppard (Erick), managing director, and Gwendolen Ada Carnegie.

Religion: Church of England

Marital Status: 3 May 1956 Joan Elizabeth Rich, BSc, State Commissioner Vic. Girl Guides Association 1973-1978, OBE 1977; 2s. 1d.

Melbourne Grammar School, Melbourne University, BAgrSc, Iowa State College, USA; Member of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science.

Farmer, grazier and studmaster Glenaroua Homestead, Broadford; member Vic. committee of Angus Society of Aust. 1961-1980; founder member Cormo Breed Society of Aust. 1973- and Performance Tested Angus Group (Penangus) 1970- ; member Faculty of Agric. Melbourne University 1969-1972, Faculty of Agric. & Forestry Melbourne University 1973- ; Bendigo Institute of Technology Council 1973-1976, Seymour Racing Club committee 1967- ; warden and vestryman St Matthew's Church of England, Broadford. Great grandson of Frederick Sheppard Grimwade MLC North Yarra 1891-1904. Nephew of Philip Sheppard Grimwade (q.v.). AO 26 Jan 1987.

Farmer, grazier and studmaster

Pyalong shire councillor 1961-1980, president 1962-1963, 1971-1972
Liberal Party
HouseElectorateStart End
Legislative CouncilBendigo29 April 19674 May 1979
Legislative CouncilCentral Highlands5 May 197912 February 1987Retired

*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.
Inaugural Speech
Other seats contested
Bendigo (fed.) 1963
President Legislative Council 1979-1985
Library committee 1970-1987 (Chairman 1979-1985)
Statute Law Revision committee 1971-1979
House, Printing and Standing Orders committees 1979-1987

References: Who's Who in Australia 1974-1980; Victorian Parliamentary Handbook; 'Notable Australians', Melbourne, 1978; Age 28 July 1979; Country Bulletin 6 Aug 1979; personal information

Data Source: Browne, G, 'Biographical Register of the Victorian Parliament 1900-84', 1985

Last updated: 2nd May 2019