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How Did Neil MacLean Die? New Zealand’s Chief Coroner Cause of Death Explained

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MacLEAN Allan Neil QSO, a former DC judge, and New Zealand’s chief coroner passed away. Judge died on November 20, 2022.

How Did MacLEAN Allan Neil Die?

Judge Neil MacLean, a former Chief Coroner has sadly passed away. He was survived by his 53-year-old wife Susan (Sue), children Cate and Andy, Hamish and Sarah, Laura and Matt, and grandchildren Eli, Alex, Bella, Sam, Archie, and Eliott. MacLean will be missed by his brother of Bev and Barry Stafford, Pam and Jim Brooke.

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Cause of Death

Judge Neil MacLean, New Zealand’s former Coroner passed away on 20 November 2022. However, Neil MacLean cause of death is not revealed yet.

Funeral Service: His life will be honored on November 24, 2022, at 2 p.m. at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Hamilton (51 Victoria Street). Please dress brightly. All correspondence with the MacLean family should be sent to PO Box 12299, Frankton, Hamilton, 3248.

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Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Neil MacLean cause of death will be added soon.

Who is Neil MacLean?

Neil became Chief Coroner in 2006 and aided the growth of New Zealand’s coronial service. Judge MacLean, who earned a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Canterbury in 1967, was appointed as New Zealand’s first Chief Coroner in 2006 under a new Coroners Act.

The Act overhauled New Zealand’s coronial services. Judge MacLean, working with the administration at the time, was instrumental in choosing the 16 coroners who would serve the nation. He also collaborated with professional and neighborhood groups to implement the reconstructed service. Judge MacLean had a remarkable career before being appointed chief coroner.

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