He was an amazing person whom I will always cherish. He was a great gift of friendship to my brother Frankie Perez in Maui Hawaii. Who has since passed. Kirk helped me and my family feel welcome and took care of us during our loss. He became a friend and brother like to me, I will miss him dearly I always felt secure with his "Likes" on Facebook. I just can't believe this!! I am so sad and can't stop crying as like my brothers loss. He is in my heart always. What makes me happy is thinking he is in good company with my brother talking about the good ole days. RIP my brother I Love you and will miss you!
Please contact me in San Diego as I would love to talk to family 619-417-7780 text first please so as I can see it is family. Thank you.
Was just getting to talk to Kirk again before he passed. Happy good hearted kind kid in the neighborhood. He always was !
Please accept our heartfelt condolences, we were so sorry to hear about Kirk's passing away. We have always treasured our friendship with Kirk Gee, and wish the Family strength during this time.
Much love and deepest sympathy. Paula and John Brilman.
I am so so sorry for your loss! Also the loss of a great man!! I will miss him and keeping up to date with your families going ons! His Spirit is with all!!!
Barbara (high school friend)
I can't think of one single person who didn't think Kirk was anything but the coolest dude. He clearly loved life, friends, family, and SPEED. We will miss his smile, his laugh, his kindness and open arms. Aloha Kirk and may you ride fast and loud on that drag strip in the sky.
a hui hou Cuz ♥️
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know he will be sorrowly missed. ❤
Kirks family and friends will be having a memorial mass in San Francisco CA on January 22 at 11:00 AM at Saint Brendan’s Church 29 Rickaway Ave SF CA all are welcome
Grief, loss, death, mourning. Man, life can be tough. It is crazy how hearing one sentence can cause your life and the lives of those around you to cease for awhile. It sucks you into a place where everything else in the world that matters to you fades to black and you are thrust into this polarized world full of pain, shock, uncertainty and chaos. With Death comes being forced to deal with the best and worst of humanity. As a Mom, all I want to do is throw myself in front of it all and protect my daughters from the bad stuff, the pain, the anguish...everything. But, I cannot. This is something I can’t make better, or chase away. This is the worst kind of pain...they lost their Dad...far to soon and far to sudden.
Death makes life feel “real”, makes us all think of our mortality and the mortality of all those around us we cherish. It makes you realize that you don’t want any missed opportunities to tell people how you feel, missed opportunities to spend time together and make precious memories. Life is about the people in it. The people who love you, care about you and make your life fuller.
My daughters are grieving the loss of their Dad, I’m grieving the loss of my partner in parenting, my friend and my rock I leaned on when scared in this world. He made everything feel like it would be okay.
Grief. Loss. Death. Mourning. It comes on fast, it comes on furiously and it leaves you a completely different person than you were when it arrived.
Rest in love Kirk. I will take over for you and protect these girls with my own life. We will keep you alive always in our hearts and in the life of our precious grandson arriving soon. You were loved by so many people, and changed so many lives for better. I know you have earned your wings.
❤️ Aloha, a hui hou Kirk. ❤️