Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Keith Butler (Ontario politician)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Died  1977
Name  Keith Butler

Residence  Waterloo, Ontario
Political party  PC
Resigned  October 16, 1967
Preceded by  John J. Wintermeyer Liberal
Role  Former Member of Provincial Parliament
Party  Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario
Previous office  Member of Provincial Parliament (1963–1967)
Similar People  Walter Model, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery - 1st Visco, Gunther von Kluge, Heinrich Eberbach

Succeeded by  Edward R. Good Liberal

Keith Elkington Butler (1920 - 1977) was a Canadian politician, who represented Waterloo North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1963 to 1967 as a Progressive Conservative member.

Contents

Political Office

Butler was elected in the provincial general election in 1963 and served in the 27th Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a backbench member of a majority PC government led by Premier John Robarts. Butler did not serve in Cabinet, but he was a member of an average of six Standing Committees of the Legislative Assembly during his term in office. He also served on the Select Committee on Youth, created in 1965 to study the status of all educational, recreational and employment opportunities available to youth in the province and determine what changes, if any, were required to ensure "the wider participation of youth in society" He was defeated in the 1967 general election by the Liberal candidate, Edward R. Good and he retired from politics.

Background

Butler served in the Canadian Army and lost a leg in the battle for the Falaise Gap. He served as Vice-President of the National Council of War Veterans. An insurance broker, by training, he owned and operated Butler Insurance Limited. He was an active member of the Anglican Church and President of the Kitchener-Waterloo chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society. Butler was married with two children.

Butler is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Waterloo, Ontario.

References

Keith Butler (Ontario politician) Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Heinrich Eberbach
Omar Bradley
Walter Model
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L