In Memory

Floyd Kirk - Class Of 1963

Floyd Kirk

Floyd C. Kirk

Floyd C. Kirk 66, passed away on June 9, 2012 from an aggressive cancer. Floyd was the only son of Alma and Carey Kirk, who preceded him in death. He lived in the San Francisco East Bay Area from 1956 until moving to Tucson in 2004. Floyd had many professions during his lifetime including auto mechanic, telephone lineman for PacBell, quality control foreman at Mack Truck in Fremont, and nuclear technician at Lawrence Radiation Lab in Livermore, CA. Floyd loved autos and owned his first car, a 1951 Chevy, at the age of 13. He also was an avid movie buff and could remember plots and lines from an astounding number of movies. He will be missed by many friends both in California and Arizona. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL, 6910 E. Broadway.

Published in the Tucson Newspapers on June 12, 2012





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10/09/12 07:12 PM #1    

Larry Rowland (1964)

Our beloved Floydo


It doesn't seem that a friend such as Floyd should be missing from our ranks.


RIP  & HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr Kirk 10/10/1945


Larry Rowland

10/10/12 11:50 AM #2    

Sue Ferreira (Nunes) (1967)

??•*♥*•??Happy Birthday to you??•*♥*•??•
??•*♥*•??Happy Birthday to you??•*♥*•??•
??•*♥*•??Happy Birthday Dear Floyd ??•*♥*•??•
??•*♥*•??Happy Birthday to you...??•*♥*•??•
???? RIP My Friend.. I miss you !!!

04/10/14 03:47 PM #3    

Larry Rowland (1964)

Hello Floyd,
Just sitting here thinking.  I wish we could have one of our inspirational sessions.  Feeling real low.  I don't know how to get out of this big hole.
Hoping to see you soon,

06/17/14 05:45 PM #4    

Sharon Moore (Philpot) (1963)

Larry, are you all right?  Hang in there guy.  Whatever it is, it will pass.  We're ALL survivors.  Love you, Moe. if you need to talk.

07/02/15 01:07 PM #5    

Larry Rowland (1964)

Floyd, just sitting here going thru the years.  It is so hard to realize that I will not get to speak with you.  Three years seem like a lifetime.

I hope things are well for you there.  I am looking forward to seeing you.

Love you,


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