Everyone at Exeter City Community Trust and Exeter City FC is saddened to hear of the death of Kevin Hack.
Kevin, who worked in many roles for the club and charity over the years, passed away on Wednesday. He was well known across the club and the charity and worked at the Academy, supported the Under 18s, Futsal, schools’ programmes and the women’s team over the years.
He was a fantastic partner to Exeter City Community Trust through his role in Sport Development for Exeter City Council. Once the role at the council came to an end, he joined the charity on a part time basis, and many fans will know him through his role as match day co-ordinator. Kevin was also in charge of the charity bucket collections and thanks to his hard work, we have raised thousands of pounds every season for club-related, local and national charities through fan donations.
The whole of the Exeter City family extends our condolences to Kevin’s wife Shirley, his children Steve, Katie, Jayne, Debbie and Robert and his grandchildren.
Jamie Vittles, chief executive of Exeter City Community Trust, said: “Kevin has been a great support and a friend to me for more than 25 years; when I first started working with him, his nickname was ‘Super Kev’, and this was certainly a deserved title. Nothing was ever too much for him, he was totally dependable and a nice person to be around. We’re grateful for everything he did for so many, through his work at the football club. He will be sorely missed.”