Who Is Sir Toby Curtis? Cause of Death? What Happened?: Here we are going to share a piece of sad and shocking news with you that “Toby” Curtis was a Mori leader and educator from New Zealand. This news is getting viral on the web and people are trying to gain about the news. He passed away at the age of 82. This news has gained huge attention from the people and they want to know about the news. People are mourning his death and they are paying their condolences on social media. They are trying to know how did he die and what was the death cause of him. We will try to cover all the details about the news in this article. Let’s continue the article.
According to the report, Sir Nopera Tamihana Curtis – Toby passed away at the age of 83 this morning at his Lake Rotoiti residence, surrounded by whnau. The Straight-shooting respected kaumatua and leader stepped down as Te Arawa Lakes Trust chairman in the month of April and his age was 82 claiming he had checked off many of his bucket lists items. Toby’s death has not been revealed yet now. His family members have not come forward to say anything about his death. Scroll down the page to know more information about him.
Sir Toby Curtis, a Te Arwa leader and former Mori education advocate, lost his life at the age of 83. Sir Toby Curtis served as a teacher and has been a strong supporter of te Reo Mori, the creator of Several Mori broadcasting efforts, and the founder of the Arawa Lakes Trust. The kaumatua of Ngti Pikiao and Ngti Rongomai passed away this Wednesday morning at his Lake Rotoiti home, surrounded by whnau. We will tell you more details about the news in the next section of the article.
Toby Curtis was born on 13th November 1939 and was of Mori heritage and was from the Te Arawa confederation’s Ngti Pikiao and Ngti Rongomai. He studied at Rotorua’s St Michael’s College and Auckland’s St Peter’s Maori College. He was a married man who married Mary Agnes Sharry in the year 1966 and the pair had four kids. He completed his PhD from the University of Auckland in 2005. He served as a primary school teacher and with inwardly handicapped pupils before becoming principal of his old high school, Hato Petera College, and served as a vice principal of Auckland Teachers’ College in the 1980s.
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