“Incredible legacy” – Nationals MP Stephen Bromhead dies
Deputy Premier of NSW Paul Toole has paid tribute to Myall Lakes MP Stephen Bromhead, describing him as a passionate advocate for his community.
“He has dedicated a lifetime of service to his community,” Mr Toole said.
Mr Bromhead, who lost his battle with cancer at age 65, has left “an incredible legacy behind for his community”, Mr Toole said.
He fought for and delivered upgrades to Manning Base Hospital, Taree and Tuncurry ambulance stations and the Cundletown interchange on the Pacific Highway.
Mr Bromhead, who was retiring at this coming NSW election, served as a Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Housing and for Regional Transport and Roads and as Nationals Whip.
Before entering parliament he was a nurse, a volunteer firefighter and a member of the NSW Police Force.
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