A photo of Kevin Paul Snow, "Kev" "Snowy"

Kevin Paul Snow, "Kev" "Snowy"

22nd Jul 1946 — 1st Feb 2022
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of Hinckley

Passed away peacefully on Tuesday 1st February 2022 aged 75 years.

Beloved husband of Deborah , loving dad to Adam and Richard, doting grandad to Tyler and Joshua,brother of Terry, Alan, Ray and Hazel, friend. Will be dearly missed.

Kevs funeral service will take place at The Heart of England Crematorium on Wednesday 9th March 2022 at 12:30 pm.

Followed By Reception at Hinckley Working Mens Club

All flowers or donations are welcome.

Any donations may be made to the “Donations Fund” which will be directed, in memory of Kev to Leicester Animal Aid c/o G.Seller ‘Independent Funeral Directors’, 75 Upper Bond Street, Hinckley, LE10 1RH. Tel: 01455 637457

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Funeral Service

Wednesday 9th March 2022

Heart of England Crematorium, Eastboro Way, Nuneaton CV11 6WZ

Messages Of Condolence

Lovely funny genuine man, wonderful to have known you, our thoughts with Debbie and your family Dave and Maggie Underhill
Dave and Maggie Underhill
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Snowy...You were "Simply the Best" We love and miss you. Georgie Mick & family xxx
Georgie Monaghan
Snowy, a ‘Perisher’ with such a funny sense of humour, a lovely man who will always be remembered fondly. Heartfelt condolences to Debbie, Adam, Richard and family, with love x
Chris C
RIP Kevin a pleasure to have known you.You we're a gentleman sad to hear you have passed away love Bobby and Caroline Alcock xx💙
Robert Alcock
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Dearest father in law
You are the father I received the day I wed your son.
And I just want to thank you, Dad for the things you have done.
You have given me a gracious man with whom I share my life.
You are his loving father and I his lucky wife.
You used to pat his little head, and now I hold his hand.
You raised in Love a little boy then gave me a man.
Thank you
Rest in peace Kev
You are loved and missed so much xxx
Sophie Snow
A lovely man that we were proud belonged to our family.Sleep peacefully Kev you will be missedxx
Mavis and family
My heartfelt sympathy to Debbie and all who loved Snowy. So many happy memories of time spent with him in Co. Wexford and "up the bowl" ... never a dull moment whenhe was around. A shining light of joy and fun has gone out.
Rest in peace x
Teresa Quigley, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
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You where the best grandad I could have
I will miss you
Tyler snow
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