Mr Creasy has worked in the Lloyd’s of London Insurance market for 43 years. Since 2010, Mr Creasy has continued working in London but he has focused more heavily on charity and local work. He has held non-executive positions for local companies. His charity work has included the organisation and participation in a number of annual charity marathons in Sierra Leone. A keen walker and birdwatcher, Mr Creasy’s interests focus very much on the countryside.
During the pandemic, Mr Creasy was sworn in as the High Sheriff of Suffolk. His main priority was to support and help Suffolk, the courts, the institutions, the emergency services, and everyone who plays a part in looking after the county as it recovered from the lockdown and social restrictions caused by the pandemic.
Mr Creasy was born and bred in Suffolk and has spent the last 35 years living near Woodbridge. He and his wife have three adult children.