The Hon. (Ron) Ronald Joseph MULOCK (1930 - 2014)**
- Date of Birth: 11/01/1930
- Place of Birth: Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
- Date of Death: 04/09/2014
- Place of Death: Penrith, New South Wales, Australia
|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||13 Feb 1971||22 Feb 1988||17yr(s) 10day(s)|
|Member for Nepean||13 Feb 1971||12 Oct 1973||2yr(s) 7mth(s) 30day(s)|
43rd (1971 - 1973)
|Member for Penrith||17 Nov 1973||2 Apr 1976||2yr(s) 4mth(s) 17day(s)|
44th (1973 - 1976)
|Member for Penrith||1 May 1976||12 Sep 1978||2yr(s) 4mth(s) 12day(s)|
45th (1976 - 1978)
|Member for Penrith||7 Oct 1978||28 Aug 1981||2yr(s) 10mth(s) 22day(s)|
46th (1978 - 1981)
|Member for St Marys||19 Sep 1981||5 Mar 1984||2yr(s) 5mth(s) 16day(s)|
47th (1981 - 1984)
|Member for St Marys||24 Mar 1984||22 Feb 1988||3yr(s) 10mth(s) 30day(s)|
48th (1984 - 1988)
|Minister of Justice and Minister for Services||14 May 1976||10 Feb 1977||8mth(s) 28day(s)|
|Minister of Justice and Minister for Housing||10 Feb 1977||19 Oct 1978||1yr(s) 8mth(s) 10day(s)|
|Acting Minister for Transport and Minister for Highways||23 Apr 1978||21 May 1978||29day(s)|
|Acting Minister for Co-operative Societies||18 Jun 1978||6 Jul 1978||19day(s)|
|Minister for Mineral Resources and Development||19 Oct 1978||29 Feb 1980||1yr(s) 4mth(s) 11day(s)|
|Minister for Mineral Resources and Minister for Technology||29 Feb 1980||2 Oct 1981||1yr(s) 7mth(s) 4day(s)|
|Minister for Education||2 Oct 1981||1 Feb 1983||1yr(s) 4mth(s)|
|Minister for Education||1 Feb 1983||10 Feb 1984||1yr(s) 10day(s)|
|Deputy Premier and Minister for Health||10 Feb 1984||5 Apr 1984||1mth(s) 27day(s)|
|Deputy Premier and Minister for Health||5 Apr 1984||6 Feb 1986||1yr(s) 10mth(s) 2day(s)|
|Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport||6 Feb 1986||4 Jul 1986||4mth(s) 29day(s)|
|Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport||4 Jul 1986||26 Nov 1987||1yr(s) 4mth(s) 23day(s)|
|Deputy Premier and Attorney General||26 Nov 1987||25 Mar 1988||3mth(s) 29day(s)|
Political Party Activity
Australian Labor Party (ALP)
4 May 2008 - Awarded Life Membership of the New South Wales Branch of the Australian Labor Party
Qualifications, occupations and interests
Lawyer (solicitor). Educated at De La Salle College, Marrickville. University of Sydney LL.B (Syd) 1957. Previously practising solicitor, sole practice at Penrith, then a partnership, Mulock Timmins & Co, before election to Parliament. Recreational interests include cricket, rugby league, drama, symphony, ballet and reading.
Local Government Activity
Alderman at Penrith City Council for 6 years. 3 terms as Mayor.
Married to Desley, and had issue 1 daughter and 4 sons. Roman Catholic. Son Peter deceased 1981. Son John deceased 1999.
Local Government service: Alderman Penrith City Council 1965-71 (Mayor 1968-71).
Electorate description: Metropolitan, residential suburban, rural and semi industrial. Located Sydney, outer western. Principal suburbs: Erskine Park, Mount Druitt, St. Clair, St. Marys, Werrington.
Area: 229.2 sq km Population: 78,981 Enrolment: 47,851
Electorate of St. Marys. Previously member for Nepean and Penrith.
Officer of the Order of Australia for Services to the New South Wales Parliament (1998)
Honoured Citizen of the City of Penrith - Services to the City (2003)
Papal award - Knight Commander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great - Services to the people of New South Wales and to the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta (2013)