How did Willie Los’e Die? What was the cause of the death of the rugby commentator? Who was Willie Los’e?
Retires rugby international and sports commentator Willie Los’e has passed away at the age of 55.
Who was Willie Los’e ?
Los’e played for Auckland and North Harbour at the regional level in the 1990s. he was currently in South Africa for this weekend’s Rugby Sevens World Cup, He died before he could commentate on things. He was also a sportsperson who played in Japan. His death was verified by his employer.
Family’s statement about the death of Willie Los’e death:
“The Los’e whanau would like to thank Karl Te Nana, Bailey Mackey, and World Rugby boss Steve Jamieson for contacting us directly from South Africa this morning relating to the sudden passing of our brother Willie. “We ask that as a whanau, we be given time to process and work through our devastating loss and the logistics of repatriation of our brother, father, uncle, and son home. We are awaiting details from Cape Town. “Thanks to Steve Jamieson who has spoken to the New Zealand High Commission, who will be heading to Cape Town tomorrow to help with the repatriation of Willie’s body to bring him home to Aotearoa. “We as a whanau are thankful to all Willie’s friends from around the world who have sent to Willie’s friends from around the world who sent their condolences and support. “Nga mihi nui ki a koutou.”
Willie Los’e Cause of Death:
Willie Los’e Passed at the age of 55 Years old on 7 September 2022 in Cape Town. He died a sudden natural death, the hospital has yet to give out a statement.
Tributes to Willie Los’e on Twitter and by his employer:
Sky(employer) said in a statement: “We are very sorry to hear that Willie Los’e passed away last night in South Africa. Willie was a long-serving and highly-regarded member of the Sky Sport commentary team and the wider Sky family. Our thoughts and condolences are with Willie’s whānau at this time.”