Randy Lynn Kirk
November 26, 1959  -  May 13, 2008

Randy Lynn Kirk


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Graveside Service
Sunset Memorial Gardens
6801 E Business 20
Odessa, TX  79762
Friday, May 16, 2008
4:00 PM
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Randy Lynn Kirk, 48, died on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 at his residence.

A memorial graveside service will be held 4:00 p.m., on Friday, May 16, 2008 at Sunset Memorial Gardens-St. Mark Garden.

Randy was born on November 26, 1959 in Odessa; his parents were Norman and Lydia Kirk. He graduated from Odessa High School in 1978. After graduating from High School, he continued to work in the family business with his dad; later when his dad decided to retire from the business, Randy became the owner of Kirks Windshield and Trim Shop.

He is survived by three sisters and their husbands, Debra and Glenn Mertz, and Vickie and Ray Martin all of Stephenville, and Elizabeth and Mike Gillespie of Odessa; his uncle, David Kirk and wife Liz of Kermit; his step-mother, Janice Kirk of Odessa; a step-sister, Nicky Hicks of Lubbock; and nieces and nephews, Sophia Ruiz, LaCrisha Jones, Norma Jones, Jeremy Jones, Todd Reeves, Jake Reeves, Amanda Reeves, Michael Norman Gillespie and Ryan Gillespie; and a special friend Judy Pederson of Midland.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and grandparents.

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  1. Karen Atchley Sanchez
    North Richland Hills, TX

    I am so very sorry for your loss. When we were in high school, I was in Explores Scouts with Randy. I just found out about this or I would of tried to of attended the services. Your family is in my prayers. Karen Atchley Sanchez

  2. Janie GarrettMcPherson
    Midland, TX

    So sorry for your loss. I havent seen Randy much over the years, but, I thought all was well with him.

    Vicki , you may remember me from Terrace Hills. We all kinda grew up together. Was hard to lose Arlie Jones, as well. My sister, GeAnna past away in August.

    I remember the days at Youth for Christ, and church every time the doors opened. We were fortunate to be blessed with Gods wisdom and promises.

    Have often thought of you, back in the good ole days. Just wonder how everyone is doing now. Yall lived on Merrill then.

    Old dogs never forget

    My prayers are with the family and friends of Randys. Im sure his passing will bring back alot of memories. It has for me.

    What can I say...but....God bless those who are left to grieve.

    Prayers UP for all of those who are effected.

    Love in Christ
    Janie Garrett

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