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Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Funeral Homes

307 Promenade Riverside, St-Lambert, QC

OBITUARY

Jean (Alvina) Kirk (nee Hynes)

September 26, 1920August 4, 2019

Peacefully in her 99th year. Jean has joined her beloved husband Andy for eternal peace. Predeceased by her Daughters Heather and Pamela (Alain), son Ian.

Loving mother to Judith (Keith), Richard (Deborah), Robert (Lorraine) and Sean (Tracy). Many grandchildren: Jason, Natalie, David, Andrew, Corey, Melanie, Brandon and Cassandra. And great grandchildren: Benjamin, Jackson, Liam, Callum, Grant, Cora, Duncan, Charlotte, Thomas, Xavier and Lily.

Services

  • Celebration of Jean’s life will be held later in the fall

Memories

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Lisa Wallace

August 17, 2019

I've always had fond memories of Auntie Jean. She was always very kind to the Wallace nieces and nephews. She made the most amazing Barbie clothes ever! And I remember each piece she made, from ballgowns to fur coats....all the girls in the neighbourhood wanted them!
She lived another lifetime without her beloved husband Andy. Who I understand, was the apple of her eye! I like the idea that they are together again.
Our condolences to all the Kirk family. Though we have grown apart over the years and we live all over the country, the family name and memories will always bond us.
The Wallace Family
Lisa Wallace

Corey Kirk

August 15, 2019

Of all the wonderful memories that I have there is one that is foremost in my thoughts now.
Despite her diminutive stature; Nanny stood so tall. Nothing short of a pillar. The foundation on which our family was built.
She taught us to hold dearly that which we cherish; our family, our beliefs. To defend them fiercely when necessary but not to foist or flaunt,
That the mind is our greatest source of power and our best escape,
That words are to be weighed but not minced,
... and there is no hurt that can't be undone with...
and perhaps no greater peace than...
love, a swing and a froggy would a wooing go...

Lynn McDermott Kirk

August 9, 2019

Love and devotion to her family, endless words of wisdom from her generous spirit and kind heart.
Gently wrap yourself in the warm memories of your mother,
Let the Love that held you close continue to bring you strength and comfort.
Thank you Jean for your guidance and love and for being Nanny to my children always.
May you be at peace now.

Lynn

Andrew Kirk

August 9, 2019

Til' we meet again Nanny. I was fortunate enough to have you there helping raise and support me, and for that (among countless other things) I am grateful. Words can't do justice for what kind of life you had, an inspirational one to say the least. Your knowledge and wisdom will stay with me forever, and will also be passed down to my children. Your legacy is strong, and will not be forgotten. God bless.
Andrew

Darlene Davis-Yearwood

August 7, 2019

My deepest condolences to the family. Mrs. Kirk was always very warm and welcoming into her home.
Good memories of the St. Charles & Murray Avenue neighbourhood.
Darlene Davis

lorraine Boudrias

August 7, 2019

The best Mother-in-law ever, so brilliant, kind and loving. R.I.P. my beautiful Jean

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY