Bill Kenny Obituary, Death– We regret to notify you of the demise of Bill Kenny, who was a member of our choir. It is with great heaviness in our hearts that we do so. This is an announcement that we are making with a heavy heart and a profound sense of regret.
In every meaning of the word, Bill exemplified what it means to be a gentleman.
He was the consummate gentleman. Although he had been experiencing a slow decline in his health for quite some time, he remained to be an active member of the choir and continued to sing with us up until very recently. This was despite the fact that he had been experiencing this decline for quite some time. This is in spite of the fact that he had already been exhibiting signs of decline for a considerable amount of time.
He was a performer and vocalist for his entire life, and he was also the type of person who appreciated a good beer now and again. He was a prominent supporter of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and a co-founder of the Mumbles Beer Festival. His contributions to both organizations were highly regarded. Wallasey, which is located in Merseyside County, is where he was born, and it is also his hometown. Bill is going to be remembered as the person who, over an endless number of afterparties, put down his beer and picked up his guitar instead.
This is a trait that will live on in people’s memories of Bill. One of the things that people will remember most about Bill is likely to be something like this. Not only was he a member of the choir, but the most of us have considered him to be a friend for the greater part of the previous forty years.
The members of the choir would like to extend their most heartfelt sympathies to his wife, Val, as well as to the rest of their family and friends who have been impacted by his death. RIP Bill