Kenneth Audsley (10 May 1964 - 19 Jun 2020)

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Dewsbury Moor ARLFC

Funeral Service

Location
Dewsbury Moor Rugby Ground 229 Heckmondwike Road Dewsbury WF13 3NU
Date
10th Jul 2020
Time
1.15pm
Funeral Director
George Brooke Ltd

Burial Details

Location
Dewsbury Moor CrematoriumHeckmondwike RoadDewsburyWF13 3PL
Date
10th Jul 2020
Time
2.30pm

AUDSLEY
KENNETH
"KENNY"

On 19th June 2020, suddenly and unexpectedly, aged 56 years, Kenneth, beloved husband of Debbie, a loving and much loved dad of Kyle and Kayleigh and cherished grandad of Isobelle, Archie, Penny and Albert Kenneth. Dear son in law of Iris and Harry and respected father in law of Kaye. Also a loved brother, brother in law, uncle and a very dear friend to many.
A celebration of Kenny’s life will be held on the rugby ground at Dewsbury Moor on Friday 10th July 2020.
Please arrive at 1:15pm ready to start at 1:30pm. Following the service, a private Committal will be held at Dewsbury Moor Crematorium at 2:30pm. Friends please accept this intimation and meet on the rugby ground.
Donations in memory of Kenny are welcome for the benefit of Dewsbury Moor ARLFC.

For those wanting to watch the short committal at the crematorium, you can do so via the live webcast, please see the details below:

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Mary Audsley lit a candle
Josef Kenyon wrote

One of the most good natured person to work with, and after 25 years working with Kenny I never had a bad day with him, sadly missed by all from the Frost Hill days

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garden party bankfield 2007

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Robert Audsley wrote

Very sad news to hear of Uncle Ken's passing.We didn't see each other very often,but it was always a joy to be in his company,as many people ,friends ,family and even just acquaintances will attest,he really was one of the very best people you will ever come into contact with.
I have two memories that really stick out to me,from when I was a boy ,playing darts in his room with him listening to Frankie goes to Hollywood on his trendy tv/hifi. The other being driven home in his mk2 escort,him letting go of the wheel to scare me(it worked)going up the hill to home.
Much love goes out to everyone his untimely passing leaves behind.
Love Robert and Nicola,Daisy and Lily
Rest in peace Uncle Ken xxx

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Thinking of you this Is me and you at works Christmas party

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Top bloke Kenny remembered forever MOT

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Debs n Chrissy n Wilson Thornley wrote

What a Top Bloke Kenny was he was one of life’s rare creations, he was selfless and loving and a bloody funny guy to be around, he will so be missed, heaven has gained a Top Angel. RIP Kenny xxx

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Sharon sanderson was Spivey wrote

Thinking of you all R.I.P Kenny x

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Lisa Bell wrote

Thinking of you all at this sad time, R.I.P kenny you were truly a great guy xxxx

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Julia Breheney wrote

Some people are sent to earth for the good of others and you Kenny were one of these people. So loved by everyone who knew you.
God bless you and everyone who's been left to carry on without you. X

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Beverley Peter Tuff wrote

So very sorry Debbie and family its not very often im stuck for words but truley devastated for you all ,he really was one of the good guyes so loving and so very proud of you all our sincere thoughts are with you all Beverley Peter & family xxx

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Trevor Thomas wrote

Such sad and unexpected news about a fantastic guy. From our family at Dewsbury Rangers to your family. Will will miss you loads Kenny. Thanks for all the memories xx

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Mum & Kenny, how adoringly she looks upon him, back together again. Ignore the two ugly sisters..

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My wedding in 1982, I think probably the last of the whole Audsley clan together minus our Kenny's additional lot I'm afraid.

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At the seaside with mum and four of his sisters

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My and him ready for big sister Josie wedding to Arthur Cross.

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Beverley Audsley wrote

Words cannot begin to express how sad it was to hear of my little brothers unexpected passing. He may have been small in stature but he was a giant in many ways. None of us were ready to say goodbye to such a wonderfully special person as Kenny. He was a great guy, one in a million, "a diamond geezer", he will be deeply missed by so many. Cherish and find comfort in your memories. The wonderful times you had with him, how he made you smile and laugh, cry and grizzle. Always remember how it felt to be loved by him, he shared so much of his life with you, he will forever be a part of you. Thinking of you all and sharing in your sadness as you honor this lovely guy.

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Jade Wardell wrote

One of the most genuine and caring guys I have ever met! Such a devastating loss of an amazing guy! An absolute pleasure to know him all my life! Thinking of his lovely family always 💙

Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us every day.
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.

Rest easy uncle Kenny! Love always Jade, Kirk and Lars ❤️ Xxx

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Karen Hutton wrote

What a fantastic guy you are uncle Ken, you weren't just my uncle you we're my big brother growing up. Can remember you having a party at West park street, think your 16th. Grandma wouldn't let me go but you let me. Brilliant party. Night's out at rugby club, There are so many memories, there's just too much to list. You would do anything for anyone. Why did he Take the best. Till we meet again RIP love always Karen, Mick, Scott, Jordan and family xxx

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On your brother's Gerald moped x

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