- Born 7 September, 1954, Warragul Victoria Australia
- Occupation Parliamentarian
Rhonda Parker was elected to the Thirty-fourth Parliament of Western Australia as the Liberal Party member for the Legislative Assembly seat of Helena at a by-election held on 26 September 1994 consequent upon the resignation of Gordon Leslie Hill. The electorate was abolished in a redistribution 1994. She was then elected to the Thirty-Fifth Parliament for Ballajura (new seat) on 14 December 1996. She was defeated at the elections held on 10 February 2001.
Rhonda Kathleen Davey was born in Warrigal, Victoria, in 1954. Her father, Reg Davey, was a farmer; his wife Mavis a nurse. Rhonda attended Swan Hill Senior High School, and arrived in Western Australia in 1967, where she attended John Curtin Senior High School. She graduated from Edith Cowan University with a Diploma of Teaching, and married Neville Parker in 1973. Parker (Liberal Party of Australia) was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of Western Australia for Helena at a by-election held on 26 September 1994. This electorate was abolished in a redistribution 1994, and Parker was then elected for Ballajura (new seat) on 14 December 1996. She was defeated on 10 February 2001.
The page for Rhonda Kathleen Parker on the website for the Parliament of Western Australia is at http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/Parliament%5CMemblist.nsf/WAllMembersFlat/Parker,+Rhonda+Kathleen?opendocument
- Trove: Parker, Rhonda Kathleen (19540907-), http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-1477543
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