Nurse investigated for becoming beneficiary of dying man's $939,000 will

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  1. Terry_w

    Terry_w Structuring Lawyer and Finance Broker - all states Business Member

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    Nurse investigated for becoming beneficiary of dying man's $939,000 will

    A Melbourne nurse who mysteriously became the sole beneficiary of a dying man's $939,000 wealth is being investigated by the nurses' board.

    Last winter, Lionel Markey Cox, a 92-year-old bachelor with no close family, was taken to Cambridge House nursing home in Collingwood because he was too weak to stay in the Fitzroy house where he'd lived most of his life.



    Read more: Why did Lionel Cox leave his $939,000 wealth to a nurse?
     
  2. Ed Barton

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    I hope Mr Cox at least got a happy ending out of the deal.
     
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    Not too happy now.
     
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    Apart from being dead and therefore having no emotions, I'm sure he would have preferred to go out with a bang.
     
  5. Mick Butterfield

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    It would wanna be a big one too at nearly a mil ;)