|Speaker of the Queensland Legislative Assembly|
28 July 1998 – 21 July 2005
|Preceded by||Neil Turner|
|Succeeded by||Tony McGrady|
|Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly|
2 December 1989 – 21 July 2005
|Preceded by||Terry White|
|Succeeded by||Terry Rogers|
Raymond Keith Hollis
30 January 1940
Raymond Keith "Ray" Hollis (born 30 January 1940) is a former Australian politician (unrelated to another Australian politician, Colin Hollis). Born in London, he migrated to Australia in 1962 as a merchant seaman and worked in a variety of occupations, including a railway worker, cook, paper mill operator, insurance salesman and a position with the Victorian Corrective Services. He later owned a transport and distribution business.
As a member of the Australian Democrats, Hollis contested the 1983 and 1984 federal elections. In 1986, he joined the ALP. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Queensland in 1989 as the Labor member for Redcliffe. On 28 July 1998 he became Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. He held the position until 21 July 2005, when he resigned his seat, triggering a by-election.
|Parliament of Queensland|
| Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
| Member for Redcliffe
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