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Fleet stalwart Ken Trinder dies after cancer battle

Fleet stalwart Ken Trinder dies after cancer battle

Well-known fleet industry personality Ken Trinder has died following a short battle with cancer. He was 67.
 
Mr Trinder, who died last week, was widely known across the fleet and motor industries, having held a number of key positions with leading companies.
 
He joined Evans Halshaw in 1992 following a successful career in the financial services sector, rising to become managing director of Evan Halshaw Contract Hire.
 
In 2002, he became head of business development at Epyx and played a fundamental role in the company becoming one of the most important e-commerce platforms in the motor industry.
 
More recently, Mr Trinder was in the process of launching a new career management platform company, Dalmatian Systems, at the time of his death.
 
He was born in Kent in 1949 and for 37 years was married to Pam, who passed away in 2010. He lived in Nottingham for most of his adult life and is survived by two daughters - Katie and Lucy, and his partner, Bobbie.

Mr Trinder’s funeral takes place today (Friday, 5 May) at 2.45pm at Mansfield Crematorium. A JustGiving page has been set up in his memory with all proceeds going to Cancer Research.