Well-known industry veteran passes away


Kenneth R. Snow, president of Hagopian Cleaning Services, was born June 19, 1959 in Cleveland, Ohio, to Helen and Brad Snow, and passed away September 1, 2013 at the age of 54. Besides his late parents, Ken was predeceased by his brother Craig, sisters Rita and Holly Ann, and father-in-law Edgar Hagopian.

Ken is survived by his sisters Jan (Keith) Hammond, Laurel Robertson, nieces Tasha Hammond, Jen (Jay) York (their children Halle, Camden and Madison York) and Della Robertson. He also leaves behind girlfriend Marcy Allen, her son Seth, and the entire Allen/Abel family, former wife Angela Hagopian Snow, mother-in-law Sarah Hagopian, sister-in-law Suzanne Hagopian (John), brother-in-law Edmond (Annie) Hagopian and nephews Alex, Adam and Nicholas.

A Memorial Celebration of Life in honor of Ken was held on Sunday, September 15, 2013, at 3 p.m. in St. John Armenian Church Banquet Hall, 22001 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI.

Memorial tributes in Ken’s memory may be sent to Michigan Animal Adoption Network (MANN), P.O. Box 566, Roseville, MI 48066, or any educational charity of your choice.

Arrangements were in the care of Simon Javizian Funeral Directors (248) 626-7815. Internet condolences may be sent to caringbridge.org/visit/kensnow

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