David Wayne Kirk

July 26, 1963October 23, 2018

David Wayne Kirk was born on July 26, 1963 and passed away on October 23, 2018


  • Visitation Saturday, November 3, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 3, 2018

David Wayne Kirk

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Joslinda Rodriguez

November 20, 2018

I met David in1976 when my family moved to Florida from New York. We lived across the street from one another on Glen Hill Drive in Riverview. Always a great guy. Had the biggest heat ever and love his daughters {Nieces more than life itself} you will be missed greatly David. Watch over us and say hello to your mom and my dad. I am sure granny Bea has a pot full of food for you, she loved feeding our neighborhood friends. Much Love David, we will meet again.

Angela Kirk

November 20, 2018

I married David . He was a hard working ,loving man. He loved his family with all his heart and even though we had our differences I loved David Wayne Kirk very much . He was funny and cared .he loved to be around people having a good time , and I always kept up over the years because I wanted to know he was happy and ok .
David I miss your presence on this Earth
Your ex wife

Naniska Ferres

November 19, 2018

David was a lifetime friend and childhood neighbor. I have many great memorable moments with him and his friends. I remember how cool his first car was and all the time he spent with Paul, Matt, and Andy as a teenager. I will miss running into him and catching up. If I had one more conversation with him I would say. Thanks for the laughs, the memories and for being such a nice guy. I will always remember you my friend ...always.

Sharon Arnett

November 19, 2018

Me and my sister Shelia shared many weekends out at shadow run around a bonfire with David and other friend's, he spent a lot of time at our home as well my whole family thought the world of him, rest easy my old friend I will cherish the memories. 😢💕

Felaina Kight

November 19, 2018

I remember David always hanging out with my Uncle Delbert and Darryl when I was a little girl. He was always at my Nanny's, full of laughter. He will truly be missed. Prays for all his family and friends. Sending love from The Kight Family