- Ian McCrea
Infobox Politician | name=Ian McCrea MLA
Magherafelt, Northern Ireland
Democratic Unionist Party
website= [http://www.dup2win.com DUP profile]
Magherafeltin 1976, he now lives in Coaghwith his wife and two children. McCrea is the son of William McCrea.
McCrea was elected to
Cookstown District Councilin 2001, and is a member of Cookstown District Policing Partnership. He also holds directorships of the Local Strategy Partnership in Cookstown, and the Dungannonand Cookstown Business Education Partnership.
A former member of the Young Democrats, McCrea is now Chairman of the
CookstownDUP Branch, and of the party's Local Government Association also in Cookstown. A member of the Apprentice Boys of Derryhe also acts as Chairman of Coagh UnitedSupporters Club.
* [http://www.ianmccrea.com McCrea's website]
* [http://www.belfasttoday.net/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=3425&ArticleID=2096774 Belfast Today article]
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