Judge Michael Kanne of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago has received a deluge of accolades since his death at the age of 83.

Michael Kanne of the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, located in Chicago, died on Friday, according to the court.

On Thursday, Kanne died at home with his wife at his side, according to a statement from Seventh Circuit Chief Judge Diane Sykes. He was 83 years old when he died.

The Reagan nominee served as a federal judge for more than 40 years, first in the Northern District of Indiana, and subsequently in the Seventh Circuit.

Besides, he formerly served as a state court judge in Indiana and his judicial career lasted around 50 years. Additionally, he was an Air Force veteran and a graduate of Indiana University’s law school.

Similarly, Kanne was still an active judge when he died, hence there remains a vacancy on the court.


Michael Kanne’s Death: How Did He Die?

According to sources, the court issued a statement announcing Michael Kanne’s death. However, as of this writing, his exact cause of death has not been revealed.

Furthermore, many people believe that the judge died as a result of health problems that typically affect people his age.

Although there has been no confirmation of his health concerns or any other suggestive evidence that support the presumption of his health problems and troubles.

We’re awaiting confirmation from his family as to the reason for his death, as well as details on his obituary and memorial ceremonies.

Judge Michael Kanne And His Wife, Judith Ann

Michael Kanne’s wife, Judith Ann Kanne, a retired educator, was by his side when he took his final breath. The fact that she was witnessing the death of her life’s love might have made the situation more painful for her.

Moreover, the couple looks to have spent decades of their lives contentedly and quietly together.

Although there is no confirmed information concerning Judith and Michael’s wedding date or how the pair met for the first time, we can presume they have been together for over two-three decades.

Judith and her daughter have also received a deluge of prayers and sympathies during this trying period. We wish the Kanne family the fortitude to cope with such a tragic loss.