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DAVIES, Kirk William

It is with great sadness that the family of Kirk William Davies announces his passing on September 27, 2022 at the age of 65.
After a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer, Kirk passed away at home with his family by his side.
Kirk is survived by his loving wife Diane of 35 years, daughter Kate Davies (Matt), son Alan Davies (Riley), grandson Axton and his father Adam. He is also survived by his sisters Janice Barnes (Mark), Susan, sisters in law Shirley Foster (Ken), Ellie Young (dec. Ed), nieces, nephews and extended family.
Kirk had a long and rewarding career with the R.C.M.P., retiring in 2006. After retirement, Kirk enjoyed woodworking, fishing, volunteering and especially the little projects with his grandson Axton. Kirk will be remembered for his unique sense of humor, his generous spirit and his love of family and friends.
Kirk was an amazing husband, father,grandfather, brother,uncle and friend and will be greatly missed.
No service by request.
If desired, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

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  • Hazel Green -

    Diane, so sorry to hear of Kirk’s passing. Al considered him a dear friend. I appreciated Kirk’s humour. The campfire in the sky will welcome him. Take care Diane
    Hugs, Hazel

  • Rollie Woods -

    I am so sorry to hear of Kirk’s passing, we were great friends in Burnaby and beyond, I recall your wedding as if it was yesterday. I was just looking up his address to say hello since my son has moved to Kamloops. I am so sorry I won’t get to see him again.

  • Jerry -

    Diane and family I am so sorry to hear of Kirk’s passing. I was probably the first member he worked with in Burnaby after he arrived from training. He was a kind hearted, gentle soul. I remember the first call he and I went on. I am so sorry for your loss. I would appreciate if you could contact me I have something I would like to share Jerry Forst

  • William McKinley -

    Diane, Kate, and Alan.
    There are no words to describe how sad and devastating the news about Kirk’s passing was to me. My heart goes out to you all and I am so very sorry for your loss and indeed everyone’s loss.

    As my trainer and first partner he taught me that a good heart is the biggest tool to becoming a great police officer and making a difference. I always tried to live up-to those words of wisdom. His love of family and dry sense of humour will always be be with me.
    He will be dearly missed and fondly remembered.

  • Christine Wozney -

    Kirk and I worked together in Burnaby on GIS. He was a wonderful Man, generous co-worker and a very smart investigator. Best of all, he ALWAYS made me laugh! He was the best!

  • Jeff Weikum -

    So very sorry for your family’s loss Diane. Kirk stands out for me as one my favourite bosses during my service. A wonderful sense of humour, easy smile and a reliable steady hand when appropriate. You are in our thoughts at this sad time.

    Jeff and Fay Weikum

  • Dave Attfield -

    I was fortunate to have Kirk as my wonderful boss & mentor at Kamloops Detachment. Dave, Julie, Benton and Emma all extend our deepest condolences to Diane, Kate and Alan. Dave Attfield.

  • Lyle and Bev Gelinas -

    Our condolences to you Diane and your family. I worked with Kirk in Prince George, he was such a fun loving guy and a great boss.

    Lyle and Bev Gelinas

  • Ed and Marsha Blundell -

    Our condolences to you Diane and family…..we were you neighbors across the road at Castle Towers…..we are saddened by the news of Kirks passing……we remember him as a kind thoughtful neighbour……always remember him and his garage full of wood and equipment, always working on some project…
    Such a wonderful neighbor…never to be forgotten..
    Ed and Marsha Blundell

  • kelly slade -

    Heartfelt thoughts to Diane, Kate, Alan and all the family. I remember Kirk as being such a kind, kind person always with a smile and a sense of humor. Many memories of you all from when the kids were in elementary school here in Kamloops. Hugs to you and your family. Wishing you the best in this tough time.

  • Roxy Morley -

    Our thoughts are with you Diane and family. I have very fond memories of Kirk when both helped with scouting in Kamloops. The Kayak trip especially and never forget the barking spiders. I hope Kirk can rest well and join a wonderful campfire with those that have gone ahead, with stories aplenty till we can join them. Hugs all round, take care of each other and be well.- Roxy & Bruce Morley Kamloops

  • Rick Le Noury -

    Very occasionally and only if we are fortunate, we cross paths with a truly exceptional person in our journey through life. Kirk fit the bill in every sense. He was an amazing family man and a true friend who will be greatly missed. Thanks you Kirk for your friendship and for the example you set for those of us who met you.

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