Murray Andrew Snelgrove
July 6, 1957 - December 24, 2020
SNELGROVE, Murray Andrew – At his residence on Thursday, December 24, 2020, Murray A. Snelgrove of London in his 64th year. Husband of Denise. Survived also by his father-in-law, Ted King (Ruth) and by his mother-in-law Janice King, all of London. Murray was an accomplished musician playing in many venues in Southern Ontario. He will be remembered fondly by his musical pals and by his fans.
Cremation has taken place and no funeral services are planned.
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I am so sorry to hear this news. I was shocked. My deepest sympathy goes out to Murray’s family and friends. I knew Murray from his SW Florida days. I have a CD he recorded in my garage. I kept his dog Bogey when he went back to Canada. Murray may you Rest In Peace.
Very very sorry to hear this very sad news. We were very fortunate to have childhood + adult memories with Murray. He enjoyed what he liked doing best Judging by the many tributes and kind words.... Murray really did make it to the BIG TIME! Please accept our deepest sympathy. Mike + Margaret Hicks
Dear Denise, My heartfelt condolences on your loss. Murray's spirit will live on in his music and, for me, in fond memories of breakfasts together and his delight in receiving an unexpected cherry pie. He was a good soul and I will miss him. xo Nina
We had so many fun times listening to Murray play over the years, and Ray playing tunes with him. He was a great guy, going to miss him. Our sincere condolences go out to Denise and all there extended family.
Condolences to Murray's family. I'll miss our musical chats on Facebook. Rest in peace, my friend. ❤️ Joanne (nee Dresser)
Murray was my first cousin; my late father and his late mother were siblings. Although we grew up many miles away, I have fond memories of him, even though he was often away playing hockey during some visits. As adults we saw each other sometimes and the last time was when he was playing in Stratford, ON a few years back. He shared a musical kinship with my late brother John and shared information and music via Facebook. Some people remarked that Murray and I looked kind of like brother and sister, and we both were ok with that. I am sad that he is gone so soon, but he sure shared his music with so many folks over the years. That will live on forever. RIP Murray. My condolences to Denise and the rest of his family and friends. Barbara (McGuirk) Gray
Murray was a fellow entertainer on the Ontario pub circuit, and we'd catch the end or beginning of each other's sets sometines, or help each other in or out with gear between shows. He was a dedicated pro and a caring individual, one with real talent and drive. My sincere condolences to Murray's family, friends and fans. He'll be missed by all.
I remember Murray from high school Riverside, my heartfelt condolences to his family. Bill Echlin
Dear Denise and family....our hearts are heavy with the news of Murrays passing. So many memories...his smile, his talent, his perseverance through life. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Love Pam D
You and your beautiful music will be missed RIP
Thoughts and prayers to the Snelgrove and King families in these troubled times.
So sorry to hear of passing of Murray, condolences to family. RIP
Sending love and healing to Murrays family and friends today. Murray was a super special guy and I will miss bumping into him here and there. xo