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GRAY Kevin Norman Passed away peacefully on 22 January 2017, aged 56 years. Loving son of Cynthia and the late Ron. Will be sadly missed by all his family & friends. Kevin's funeral service will take place at Markeaton Crematorium, Round Chapel on Monday 13th February 2017 at 2.20pm. Family flowers only please but donations may be given at the service to support Cancer Research UK. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare Allestree on 01332 550033
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Published in: Derby area.
Published from: January 28, 2017.
Region: East Midlands
I used to visit Mr. Gray's blog every day at my lunch time. Years later and I've moved a thousand miles but I still miss his brand of humor and seeing the world through that lens he held up for us. Hope all is well for those close to him. Allen King
Left by Allen King: 24/11/2018
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I obviously have not visited this site in awhile and was saddened to find the writer passed away. It was always a bright spot and I'm very sorry to have not sent my appreciation while Kevin was alive. Condolences to friends and family. Pattie Whitehurst 12/6/17
Left by Pattie Whitehurst: 06/12/2017
I always enjoyed the content from Arbroath. The internet is a vast landscape, but I appreciate a person who took a little time to put out some effort to make it, and any random day one might stumble across Arbroath, a little better. Sorry to Mr. Gray's family for their loss...
Left by Rhett Rothberg: 23/02/2017
Kevin , his nickname at school was Beaver or Dave (from Dave Hill from Slade..)was a well known character at Portway and Ecclesbourne school and also around Derby. I was really good friends with Kev at school and we were really into music.We went to lots of gigs in Derby , Leicester and to festivals , particularly Reading in 77 to see Things Lizzy-a real favourite of ours. We also went on holiday to Seaton Carow Minehead and the Isle of Wight. He loved music , pubs , humour and football. I lost touch with Kev after going to college and moving to London.He was a very independent person , a great character who was never boring ! Sad , sad news. Colin
Left by Colin Belfield: 19/02/2017
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