Marie Breen

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Dame Marie Breen, DBE (3 November 1902 – 17 June 1993) was an Australian Senator representing the Liberal Party of Australia in the state of Victoria.


She was born in St Kilda, Melbourne. and christened Marie Freda Chamberlin. She attended St Michael's Grammar School, an Anglican school.


In 1952 she served as chairman of the Federal Women's Committee of the Liberal Party of Australia. She was a Senator from July 1962 until her retirement in June 1968.


She married Robert Breen on 12 December 1928. Their daughter, Jeannette Patrick (b. 1929), also entered politics. She was the Liberal Member for Brighton (in the Victorian Legislative Assembly), 1976–85, and as Parliamentary Secretary (1979–82).


  • Dame Marie Breen attended St Michael's Church of England Grammar School. In 1987, when the school decided to bring in a new house, the house was named after Dame Marie Breen as was called Breen. Its colours are maroon and white, it has the symbol of an angel and its motto is Courage and Honour.


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