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Amanda Stapleton Death & Cause Of Death, Former Mayor City Of Casey Found Dead On Stringybark Drive Cranbourne

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What Happened To Amanda Stapledon? The shocking news that made headlines some hours ago has it that Amanda Stapledon a former mayor city of Casey under investigation by the state anti-corruption watchdog has passed away.

According to a report by Victoria police, 58-year-old Amanda Stapledon was found dead in a car on Stringybark Drive on Tuesday at about 12:30 pm.

Police said they would prepare a report for the coroner but that the death was not being treated as suspicious.

Ms. Stapledon was one of a group of former Casey councilors investigated by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) over dealings with allegedly corrupt developer John Woodman.

The City of Casey released an official statement on Amanda’s passing.

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The City of Casey mourns the passing of former Councillor Amanda Stapledon. Amanda was a City of Casey Councillor from November 2008 to February 2020 representing the Mayfield Ward. She served as Mayor in 2012/13 and 2018/19 and Deputy Mayor in 2013/14 and 2017/18.

Amanda was someone who had dedicated her life to helping others. She was a delegate on a range of community committees and forums. She is no doubt missed and mourned by many.

Who Was Amanda Stapleton? Few Things To Know About Her!

Amanda represented the Mayfield Ward on the City of Casey Council from November 2008 until February 2020. In 2012/13 and 2018/19, she was Mayor, while in 2013/14 and 2017/18, she was Deputy Mayor.

She recognized the pressures on families, caregivers, and our elderly as the only caregiver of an adult child with a disability, and it was here that she focused her emphasis on promoting access and inclusion for all in our varied Casey community.

She also backed programs to boost our local economy and tourism while lobbying for improved waste management and long-term sustainability efforts, as well as roads and vital infrastructure for our developing city.

Casey Kidz Club was co-founded by the former mayor. She served on the Blairlogie Living and Learning Board, the Casey Cardinia, and the ACE (Aiding Casey Education) Foundations, and was a previous President of Disability Capability.

She was also a supporter of the All Abilities Team of the Cranbourne Football Club and the YMCA Open Doors Program.

She also presented her own radio show “Women of Today” on Casey radio 97.7FM for many years, where she championed women’s causes as well as local issues and events in general.

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