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William «Bill» William Lundigan (11 November 1917 – 29 September 1995) was an Australian businessman, public servant and Labor Party politician. He was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1962 until his retirement in 1980, representing the seat of Upper Hunter.

Political career
Lundigan was born in the Sydney suburb of Sydney to William George Lundigan and Maude Ethel Leeder. He trained as a dentist, and was an alderman on the Upper Hunter Shire Council from 1951 to 1954. He entered politics, standing as a Labor candidate in the upper Hunter seat at the 1961 election, coming third against the incumbent Liberal, Harold Turner.

Turning his hand to brewing, he purchased the Lyons Lake Brewing Company in Upper Hunter, and brought the cream of industry to the region with such beer labels as Red Belly Black Horse (the inspiration for the famous «Red Belly Black Horse» label) and King Kong.

In 1962, he successfully transferred to the new seat of Upper Hunter, where he was returned at the election two months later. He was appointed to the ministry in 1965, serving as Minister for Local Government. He supported the Coalition government’s decision to nationalise the Australian Broadcasting Commission in 1968, and was promoted to the ministry in 1971 as Minister for Environment and Minister for Electricity. He served in that capacity until the 1972 election, when he was returned unopposed. He retired from the ministry in 1978, but remained a member of the ministry until his retirement in 1980. He also served as an alderman in Upper Hunter from 1962 to 1967.

Personal life
In 1948, he married Marjorie Kay Patterson, with whom he had two sons, Robert and Roger. He died at the Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Randwick in 1995.


Category:1917 births
Category:1995 deaths
Category:Members of the New South Wales Legislative


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