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DALLOW, Ross Philip

New Zealand

Born 4th of December 1937 - Died 20th of July 2020

Aged: 82

Ross Dallow Death Notice:

Dallow spent his childhood in Auckland and was educated at St Peter's College, Auckland. He was the younger brother of Graeme Dallow and the father of Simon and Matthew Dallow. He was the grandson of Ernie Asher (Te Keepa Pouwhiuwhiu), a rugby union and rugby league football player of the early 1900s.

In 1956, Dallow won the New Zealand under-19 men's discus throw title, representing Auckland, with a throw of 134 ft 8 in (41.05 m)

In 1979, Dallow was one of the police team who served at the mortuary at Auckland University School of Medicine, where bodies recovered in the aftermath of the crash of Air New Zealand Flight 901 on Mount Erebus, Antarctica, on 28 November 1979 were taken when they were returned to New Zealand. He was subsequently awarded the New Zealand Special Service Medal (Erebus).

Dallow was awarded the Queen's Police Medal in the 1980 Queen's Birthday Honours.In the 2013 Queen's Birthday Honours, he was appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to the community. Dallow died on 20 July 2020, aged 82.

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Ross Dallow Death Notice/Obituary originally published in: The New Zealand Herald


Obituary originally published: The New Zealand Herald on 23rd of July 2020

2 condolences on “DALLOW, Ross Philip”

  1. We were shocked and saddened to get Margaret’s phone call telling us Ross had died.
    We always thought of Ross as a good man who had a determination to succeed in everything he put his mind to and earned everyone’s respect in the process.
    Our heartfelt sympathy goes to the family as we know how great their sense of loss will be
    Tony and Noeline Goomes


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  2. On behalf of HonourThem, we send our respects to the Dallow family – Alison


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