David Darrel Kirby

October 25, 1958June 9, 2019

David Darrel Kirby (Dave Kirby) Kirby, David Darrel (Dave) 60 of Beaumont, Ca Born: Oct 25, 1958 - Passed: June 09, 2019 Passed away at home onSunday Morning June 9th, Memorial service well be held at 11:00 am June 21, 2019 at Weaver Mortuary and Cremetory in Beaumont, Ca. Dave is survived by his: Wife: Janet Kirby; Children: Heather Franklin (Joe); Leann Wallace-Griffin (Rob); Bill Wallace Jr. (Mariann) GrandChilderen: Isabella Frankiln (Grandpa’s Girl); Memphis Griffin, Aprille Sato Wallace, and Drake Griffin StepMother: Edna Kirby; Brother: Dennis Kirby Sisters: Linda Kojich; Terri Kennedy (Doug), Sherrie Genovese (Flynn), and Special Cousins and many Friends. In Memory: Mother: Marilyn Thompson; Father: Sterling Kirby Dave was a true World Traveler and Tour Guide. He love to Travel anywhere a Boat, Train, Car or especially Airplane would take him. When he was a boy mowing the lawn, he would put the mower in idle and just stop and look up at the airplanes flying overhead. As an adult he went to work for United Airlines in the Bay area in different management capacities and then finally working in the tower as a Zone Controller in Denver, Colorado where he retired in 2015. He really used the flight benefits from United. He placed red dots on maps of the world and USA of everywhere he had flown. He also kept the number of every airplane he had flown on. But of all of the places in the world he loved the best was Hawaii. He called it his happy place. Dave moved to Beaumont in 2016 and for the past 2 years was a Volunteer at the Beaumont Police Department. He was one of many dedicated people (CVP’s) that help keep Beaumont safe. The friends he made at the PD are so amazing and really care about him. He loved volunteering and loved being part of the Community. Rest in Peace Dave Kirby.....


21 June

Memorial Service

11:00 am

Weaver Memorial Chapel

1177 Beaumont Ave.
Beaumont, Ca. 92223

21 June

Reception to Follow

12:00 pm

Weaver Reception Room

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