Mr Douglas (Doug) James Shave
| || Date: 4 January 1947|
Place: Perth, Western Australia
Arrival in WA
|Son of George Robert Shave, automotive engineer, and Mary Magdalene Pullman, nursing sister |
Marriage and Family
|Married 12 January 1977, St Luke’s Church (Church of England), Mosman Park to Heather Joy Turton, daughter of Donald Kenton Turton and Vida Francis Bishop Fraser|
Children: two daughters
|Date: 5 August 2017|
Place: Kalgoorlie, Western Autralia
Cemetery: Taken by funeral director at Fremantle Cemetery
Cause of Death:
|Educated Nedlands Primary School, Scotch College, Christ Church Grammar School and Hollywood Senior High School|
|Early background in insurance and real estate industries|
Owned and operated Railway Hotel in North Fremantle 1970–1987
President Western Australian Hotels’ Association 1984–1988 also vice-president Australian Hotels’ Association
Largely responsible for the association’s special training courses for unemployed
Local Government Service
Member of the Liberal Party
|4 February 1989|
|No inaugural video is available as filming did not start until May 2003|
|Search for speeches by Doug Shave|
|No valedictory speech given|
|Melville; Alfred Cove|
- MLA Melville 4 February 1989–14 December 1996. Elected to the Thirty-third Parliament for Melville on 4 February 1989 in succession to Barry James Hodge (defeated). Electorate abolished in redistribution of 1994.
- MLA Alfred Cove 14 December 1996–10 February 2001. Elected to the Thirty-fifth Parliament for Alfred Cove (new seat) on 14 December 1996. Defeated 10 February 2001.
- Shadow Minister for Employment and Training, and Small Business 24 May 1992–24 November 1992
- Coalition Shadow Minister for Small Business 24 November 1992–16 February 1993
- Minister for Tourism; Housing; Sport and Recreation (1993); Employment and Training, Sport and Recreation 16 February 1993–25 August 1993
- Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education (until 21 December 1995), Employment and Training, Sport and Recreation; Parliamentary and Electoral Affairs, and Tourism (from 21 December 1995) 10 February 1995–9 January 1997
- Minister for Lands, Fair Trading, and Parliamentary and Electoral Affairs 9 January 1997–10 January 2001
Private Member's Bills
|Played league football with Claremont, A grade cricket with North Perth and represented WA at table tennis|
Death notices state that Doug died in Kalgoorlie whereas the Metropolitan Cemeteries Board records the location as Bicton, Western Australia.
|D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume two 1930-2010, Western Australian Parliamentary History Project, Perth, WA, 2011, p. 234.|
Parliament of Western Australia, Former Members, Parliament of Western Australia website, accessed 21 May 2014.
Metropolitan Cemeteries Board website, accessed 30 August 2017.
|Shave, Douglas James, Condolence Motion.pdf|