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Jeremiah D. Kirk

November 29, 1991 - February 24, 2021

Jeremiah Dean Kirk was born in Mississippi to Harold and Pam Kirk on November 29, 1991. Jeremiah was always family-motivated, even at a young age. He was the life of the party and the first to get people to smile. After high-school, Jeremiah joined the United States Army where he served dutifully for several years. Jeremiah was honorably discharged from the Army and proudly bore the decorations of his hard work, perseverance and dedication: Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Basic Aviation Badge, and Marksmanship Badge with Rifle Bar. Jeremiah lived a life close with family and they only grew closer with the addition of his two children, Bentley and Avery Kirk.

Jeremiah D. Kirk passed away on February 24, 2021.

Jeremiah was preceded by his mother Pam; sister Sasha; grandfather Harold; uncle Ron; and cousins Jordan and Jerry.

Left to cherish all the love and joy that Jeremiah brought them is his father, Harold; son Bentley; daughter Avery; siblings James Kirk and Scott Thompson; and many friends, family and anyone who had the fortune of knowing him.

Services are private.

In lieu of flowers, please visit HERE and consider honoring his memory with a donation and to help his young children live a life free of worry.

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