TRANSPORTATION WORLD LOSES A SAFETY ADVOCATE
KEVIN SNOBEL (1954 - 2017)
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kevin Snobel, a vocal and recognized voice promoting safety & compliance in the transportation industry. Kevin died after a short battle with pancreatic cancer on January 28th. He was 62 years old.
Kevin joined transportation industry in 1976 after completing his studies in International Business at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. He successfully completed and earned many industry credentials including the P.log which is the internationally recognized professional credential earned by logistics practitioners to certify their competence as global supply chain leaders. He was an expert on Driver’s Contracts and Driver Law, when dealing with truck drivers and truck transportation.
After serving senior positions within the shipping, logistics and transportation sector for over 35 years, Kevin moved on to assist the shipping and road transportation community by embarking on his new career which was to offer safety, compliance, training and customs issues. He served his clients with utmost integrity and professionalism.
A frequent speaker at industry seminars, Kevin also contributed regularly to industry publications namely Road Today, Truck News.com, Doroga Road amongst others. Kevin never missed to attend and support industry events where he always left a lasting impression with his amazing sense of humour as well as knowledge of the trade.
Kevin is survived by his wife Nela and his son André (Jenn) and grandchild Niko. He will be dearly missed by friends, relatives and colleagues in Canada, US and Argentina.
We will miss his love of life, curious mind and his devotion for a safer industry.
Rest in peace, Kevin.
KEVIN WAS A REGULAR AT NUMEROUS INDUSTRY EVENTS.....MEMORIES NOW!
(1954 - 2017) KEVIN SNOBEL