NORRIS, Kevin James
1942 – 2020
Loving partner of Jan.
Kev, thanks for the wonderful years we shared together, and the great caravanning trips around Australia.
A true gentle and caring man at rest.
Rest in peace my love.
Funeral NoticePrivate service
Kevin's service will be livestreamed on FRIDAY (Oct 16) at 1.30pm.
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Deepest sympathy Jan & family on the passing of Kevin, a good lovely man , who has done great things for the aero club & local community, he will be sadly missed by many
Knocker, one of the true gentleman, an inspiring leader, teacher and great bloke. His impact on those who knew him will go on, clear skies and tailwinds mate,
Our deepest sympathy to Jan and Family on the sad loss of Kevin. Kevin was a dedicated teacher and supporter of Cobden Technical School. Kevin was always so approachable, loved helping the students and was delighted to jump on the mower and keep the lawns mowed. Thank you Kevin for your support of the Cobden Skatepark. You helped out when we needed someone to look after the grounds; support which we know the users of the Skatepark were always appreciative. You were always there to help and we acknowledge and thank you.
A wonderful man gone from our presence. Kevin’s sense of humour will never be forgotten. I can still hear him in his flying machine flying over our house blowing the horn at us. He took me for a sensational flight down to the coast, an experience I will always remember. Thank-you Kevin for so many memories and laughter. Our condolences to Jan and all his family. Love from Toni and Jimmy Dalziel
To Jan and family.
My deepest sympathy on the passing of Kevin. A lovely man. A great teacher and a community man.
To Jan and Family.
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of Kevin ( Real Name, KOCKER NORRIS ) He was a great teacher and community person , always there to give you a hand when in need.
Janette & Des Bryant
Kev, you came into our lives 27 odd years ago with a laugh that could fill a room, you showed me that no matter how tough life gets you can always get through it and for that I’ll be truly grateful. The years that you and mum had was an incredible time together with caravanning around our beautiful country, going overseas or just being at home together. you are truly a 1 in a million Kev.
You will be sadly missed by many. I’m grateful you were a big part in our lives. forever gone but not forgotten
R.I.P Kevin James Knocka Norris
Love always Trish, Brea and Kacey xx
a great teacher he left a lasting impression on me thanks 1975 to 1976? my heart goes out to the family
Dear Jan, Peter, David, Julie and families. Our sincere condolences on the loss of Kevin, a wonderful cousin who with you Jan was always so welcoming and cheerful. Abraham Lincoln said, “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” There is no doubt Kevin made his mind up very early in his life. His sense of humour and laugh will never be forgotten. Along with his brother Des they will be sadly missed. All our love, Paul, Marie and family, Ballarat.
Deepest Sympathy to all great fun man
Greg and Daryll
To Jan and family our deepest sympathy for your loss Dot Norris and families
Deepest sympathy to Jan and all the family remembering wonderful memories shared with a beautiful man. R.I.P Kev.
Love Barb Strahan
kev a huge heart and my best mate, still remember the time you an mum drove all that way from cobden to darwin to come see us what a great couple of weeks everything you spoke to me about i will always remember, R.I.P. Knocka you will be missed fly high
RIP Kevin, you will be so missed! Sending love and strength to all the family at this tough time. Jules, Chris, Jasmine, Charlotte and Henry, our heart breaks for you that you weren’t able to attend and farewell Pa Kev. xo