Cr Morrison was born in 1965 and attend Patrician brother Catholic College Fairfield. After leaving school was employed with the ANZ Bank until 1991 when at that time he joined the retail furniture and bedding industry. He moved to Macarthur region with his family in 1991 and has lived in the area with his wife and 3 children.
He is a well known local business identity of the Campbelltown area and has served the community for over 30 years. For 6 years he was a counselor at the NSW Business Chamber regional advisory council for the South West. An active member in various local networking groups he was presented with Honorary Membership in 2019 by the Campbelltown Chamber of Commerce in recognition of his distinguished service.
He is an active participant in the community in many ways supporting local sports and charity events. In 2020 he was awarded the Paul Harris Fellow Award from Rotary Sunrise Macarthur for his contribution and efforts to the community.
He was introduced to his mate Fred Borg (OAM) in 2000 but it wasn’t until 2005 when he was asked to be part of the local charity the “24 hour Fight against Cancer Macarthur”. He became a committee member and was influential in starting the annual charity golf day and helped with other events. Since Fred’s passing Warren has taken over as chairperson of the charity and he’s proud to help the hard-working committee in keeping this great charity Alive in Macarthur.
He was elected to Council in 2016 on the TLC team ticket. In helping Fred and the Totally Locally Committed team since 2008, and taking over as leader in 2017 he takes pride in his commitments to the community. As a Councillor he has worked hard in advocating for the city of Campbelltown and Macarthur and he is looking forward to keeping the Independent TLC party active into the future.
After securing land at Eagle Vale in the Landcom ballots of the early 80’s Kevin and his wife Robin made Cambelltown their home in 1984, later moving to Glen Alpine in 1999. They are proud to call Campbelltown home raising their 3 children here.
Kevin has a wide variety of life experience and skills that make him an ideal candidate for Councillor. After leaving school he completed trade and post trade courses in fitting and machining Diesel mechanics and welding. He joined the NSW Police Force in 1983 progressing to the rank of Senior Constable. He completed his Sergeant’s examination but opted for a career change taking extended leave from his role at the State Intelligence Group for an IT Managers Role at a mid-size Sydney law firm. Resigning both positions in 1997 he continued back into a public service career joining the NSW Parliamentary Counsel’s Office. At the PCO he assisted in production of legislation and maintained various legislative information systems that provided free public access to NSW legislation, including the myriad of State and local Planning Laws. He retired is 2020 with a combined 35 years of Public Service.
Having witnessed the transformation of Campbelltown, he understands your concerns and what is needed in the way of services and support from your Council. He is an advocate for measured growth ensuring a livable city preserving the identity and unique nature of the Campbelltown LGA.
“My name is Dean, locally born and bred, I have seen a lot of change over the years and feel excited to the have an opportunity with this team to represent and support our community for the future”.
Dean Choma has been a local identity in the Macarthur area for the majority of his life. Dean exemplifies strong family values, support of friends & knowledge of local business.
Dean mentors and supports numerous business groups across the area through his own experience of over the past 35years including Fastlane Karting for the past 15years.
With entrepreneurial mindset of “no challenge is to big”, Deans approach and attitude has seen him accept numerous local and state awards.
Deans ability to engage, listen and support the growth of the local area, support career opportunity for our youth brings to the team innovation, experience and a positive can do approach.
Tammy was one of the first Pacific Islander women to become President of a Rotary Club in Australia. She has worked extensively with youth in our community, mentors high-schooler’s to build up their skills and is passionate about more local entertainment for our youth.
Mathew has been living in Campbelltown for 32 years. He is passionate about helping the community & encouraging the spirit of generosity that exists in the local area in whatever way he can. He has a degree in Philosophy and aims to one day be able to assist people in a professional capacity.
Nicholas is the Manager at Macarthur Natural Health Clinic, which provides Chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, exercise physiology and herbal medicine treatments. Nicholas and his wife Athina have lived in the Macarthur area since 2008 with their two children. Nicholas supports the growth of Campbelltown.
Garry is an Indigenous Wiradjuri man from Parkes, NSW who moved to Campbelltown in 1978. A proud father, grandfather and a devoted husband to his loving wife Debbie.
Gary is is Chairman of KARI one of the largest Aboriginal children’s services in Australia and has been a leader in Aboriginal Affairs since 1992. He’s held a number of positions on boards and committees in the Campbelltown/Liverpool areas and is currently employed with the NSW Department of School Education, where he performs a crucial role as an Aboriginal Specialist.