Referee of the Rugby League Dennis Spagarino passed away on Monday, December 5, after battling motor neuron disease. He was 70 years old at the time of his demise.
Who is Dennis Spagarino?
Born in Italy and raised in North Sydney, Dennis Spagarino was a referee for the Rugby League, NRL grand finals, World cup finals, and state of origin. He was a life member of the Referees association and NSW Rugby League.
He was also the chairman of the NSW referee’s association. He also coached junior referees for many years.
He was highly respected and greatly admired, according to NSWRL director Keith Greene.NSWRLRA Executive officer Greg McCallum stated that he cared for people and was approachable and considerate.
In 2000 Dennis was one of the first recipients of the Australian sports medal. Sadly he passed away after battling motor neuron disease on Monday, December 5. He was 70 years old at the time of his demise. He was survived by his wife and two daughters, and four grandchildren.
What happens to Dennis Spagarino?
According to the reports, Dennis was struggling with motor neuron disease and passed away on December 5. The news of his death brought grief to the community, and many paid tribute to the former referee conveying their grief and condolences to his friends and family.
How did Dennis Spagarino die?
Dennis Spagarino passed away after battling motor neuron disease on Monday, December 5. He was 70 years old at the time of his death.
Cause of Dennis Spagarinos death:
At the age of 70, Dennis Spagarino passed away after battling with motor neuron disease on December 5.
Dennis Spagarino Obituary:
There is no information regarding the funeral of Dennis Spagarino, the former referee who passed away on Monday, December 5. He was 70 years old at the time of his demise.