In Loving Memory of

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Kevin Lloyd

While we are all devestated at the loss of Kevin, we have created this online condolence book as an opportunity for his family and friends to record their happy memories of Kevin. 

Kevin had what many would call a ‘unique’ sense of humour. While at times it could come across as sarcastic and sharp, you always knew that if he was taking the mickey out of you, that meant he loved you.

The memories and messages you leave will mean the world to the people Kevin has left behind. Don’t feel that you have to censor yourself, Kevin definitely wouldn’t have!

Rest well Kev. Y.N.W.A x

Book Owner: Zuzana Neville
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I worked with Kevin at Hasbro in late 90’s, and aside from keeping our systems working, he always cheered us with his friendly chit-chat. I remember chewing the fat with him on so many random topics. He was bright, cheeky,  enthusiastic and also a real professional who was great at his job. They were …

John Ferguson

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Andrew Foulkes

I particularly remember Kevin from that period of life when we went from  from scrawny schoolkids through to young adulthood. Same age – birthdays a few days apart – and homes just streets away,  we kind of graduated together from post-school afternoons huddled around a spectrum 48k upstairs in Barton Way to nights out around …

Tammi Williams

  I never know what to say but I have fond memories of my time at Comet working with Kevin. The photo is from 2010 (can’t believe it was that long ago) at a company away day, my last at Comet, though I still crossed paths with Kevin as you do in the IT …

Tom S

Was really enjoying getting to know Kev again in our online Covid world. I was great to have Kev’s injection of energy and banter (footy and more) to our little magic circle. Such a sad loss , tragic for those close to him. …


Kev, you were a top bloke. Quick-witted and funny, you never took yourself too seriously. Many fond memories of football banter, gaming sessions, chilling out, raving – you were always up for it. Can’t believe you’ve passed so suddenly but I take solace in the fact that we reconnected over the last nine months. …

Jean and Martin (Lisa’s Mum and Dad)

We have known Kevin for over 20 years and we were shocked and saddened by his sudden death at such a young age.  He was a wonderful father to Robbie and step father to Luke.  We have looked through our photographs which have brought back happy memories of Kevin at christmas time, family barbeques …

Nic Fair

I miss you Kev! We’ve been mates for over 25 years – from Amsterdam and Exodus to Magic and Minehead. In particular, our pre-game Friday chats, where we talked and laughed about topics ranging from the future of online education to football to computer code, were really important to me, especially during the isolation …


I met Kevin for the first time when he came to my house with Lisa and Robbie back in 2010 when they were looking for Childcare for Robbie, such a lovely family and I was really pleased that Kevin and Lisa chose me to look after Rob for many years, almost till he went …

David Willock

I first met Kevin on 14th July 2020 via Zoom.  I was one of his interviewers that day.  He’d applied for the Infrastructure Support Manager role within the IT Department of European Tyre Enterprise Ltd.   Myself and my colleague James Howard were really impressed with Kevin on the interview.  He was so warm, …
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