Former tourism minister Francis Tulloch dies | Information

Former Tourism Minister Francis Tulloch handed away this morning. He was 81 years outdated.

The late lawyer, first elected to Parliament in 1972, represented the St. James Central constituency for the Individuals’s Nationwide Celebration from 1976 to 1980.

He additionally served with Hanover Japanese from 1993 to 1997 and St James North Western from 1997 to 2002.

Tulloch was appointed Minister of Tourism in 1997 and served in that capability within the administration below P.J. Patterson for 2 years.

The daddy of six was married to Doreen Perry-Tullock on the time of his demise. It’s unclear how Tulloch died, however he was identified with prostate most cancers a couple of years in the past.

– Janet Silvera

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