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Rollins Funeral Home

1401 Hudson Road, Rogers, AR

OBITUARY

Alan Dennis Kirchberg

August 1, 1951June 24, 2019
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Alan Dennis Kirchberg, age 67, passed away on June 24, 2019 in Rogers, AR. He was born on August 1, 1951 in Dubuque, Iowa to Edward William and Bertha (White) Kirchberg. Al was a farmer starting when he was 13 worked on a dairy for many years. Worked at the Easco hand tool factory making Craftsman tools for a number of years. In 1987 he had a construction business and shop he ran from Cave Spring. Known as “Big Al" by many in the area. He was a great backhoe operator did much work all around N.W.A. Al worked for the corps of engineers putting in the Playground Equipment and security gates in the Corp Parks around Beaver Lake and Table Rock Lake. Al was an avid Motorcycle Rider until he could not ride any longer. He was always wanting a new toy be it wave runner, go cart, or side by side. He always wanted everyone else to have as much fun as he was having. He always made sure Kathy, his kids and grandchildren were taken care of. Oftentimes if he knew of someone having a hard time providing for their children he would help them. Oftentimes he would sound gruff but was actually very soft hearted. He is proceeded in death by both parents. He is survived by his Significant other Kathy Cox;son Alan Kirchberg and April of Ridgely, MO; daughters Lisa and Robert Robertson of Gays Mills, WI, Tori Dobson of Prairie DeShane, WI; brother Robert and Judy Miller of Aurora, IL; sister Joan Miller of Monroe, WI; 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held at Rollins Funeral Chapel on Saturday, June 29, 2019 from 5 to 7pm. Private family memorial service and burial will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home of Rogers. www.RollinsFuneral.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Saturday, June 29, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Private Family Service

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Lisa Kirchberg Robinson

June 30, 2019

My favorite memory would be when we were out tubing.He was going so fast that I lost my bottoms while tubing.That was so funny and it was alot of fun.I wish I could of had more memories of him and wish my kids had more time with him.I think dad would of had a blast with them and I believe my boys would of worn him out.But now he is heaven watching over his loved ones.

Love you dad

Your oldest brat Lisa (laughing)

Tori Dobson

June 30, 2019

This is from when my dad made the paper. They asked who he was and he just said "Big Al"....he rode his horse for a court date cuz his license was suspended.

Tiffeny Pierce

June 30, 2019

I rember him digging us a spot in the creek for us kids to swim at Grandma's it's been forever! So many memories I have as a child of him!

Vicki Pierce

June 29, 2019

I remember the first time I saw al we were trying to win a pontoon boat an he behind me in line an we started talking he was asking me if I wanted to trade keys an joking around I almost traded my key for his but I didn't he told me I should of an the next day we go to out to the lake an there putting a pontoon in the water was this old man I walked up to him started talking an I patted his belly and called him Santa claus he just laughed and said yup that's me
He will be missed greatly
Big Al , Albert (my dad) an Ed an eugene
Better get bizz on the heavenly fish fry

Kathy Cox

June 29, 2019

I met Al in Cave Springs on his birthday August 1 1987. He was the best thing that happened to me and my boys. Through thick and thin we always came out on top. I am going to miss you.

Tori Dobson

June 29, 2019

My best memory of my dad was when I signed him up to win a plantoon boat in 1989...and he won!...It is actually a long going memory and I'm gonna wait until his memorial and get up and speak on his behalf and mine as to the excitement from that time......I love you dad and miss you very much...your baby girl Tori

Ryan Kirchberg

June 27, 2019

Grandpa, Leo and Ryan Kirchberg

Ryan Kirchberg

June 27, 2019

Grandpa, Leo and Ryan Kirchberg

amy cox

June 26, 2019

He was good person and my buddy and talk alot and joking around. He was careing person to me and others and we can just talk all day long and he always wants to me come over alot just talk or whatever and I did and help him alot and alot of people he help and going to miss him.

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