Thomas Francis Mead (4 May 1918 – 22 The month of january 2004) was an Australian politician, elected as part of the Nsw Legislative Set up representing the seat of Hurstville for that Liberal Party. He seemed to be a political journalist.
Mead was created in Randwick, Nsw, the boy of the horse trainer Robert George Mead and Lilian Margaret Ryan.
Mead acquired the seat of Hurstville within the Nsw Legislative Set up following the 1965 election winning it in the Labor Party representative, William Rigby. Mead retained the seat for four terms before the 1976 election after which Kevin Ryan brought the go back to Labor.
Mead labored extensively like a journalist culminating having a position within the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery for 10 years. He labored like a special author and music critic for that Daily Telegraph from 1952 until 1955 and grew to become chief of staff from 1955 until 1961. Mead then moved into management role, being employed as managing editor of Suburban Publication Pty Limited from 1961 until 1965. From management he moved into owning and directing smaller sized Sydney newspapers, holding a desire for the St George Daily Leader and achieving director in 1968, and chairman from the Macho Daily in 1974. He authored ‘Killers of Eden’ (printed 1961), the storyline from the killer whales which, for many generations, labored with humans, catching whales at Twofold Bay, NSW.
Mead died within the Sydney suburb of Macho, Nsw.