Bob and Hilda were such wonderful neighbors during our 17 years of living across the street from them. They were so proud of their sons and grandchildren. Memories of them are precious to us.
Sue and Gary Tatum, Lebanon, TN
Mrs. Kirsch was always nice...even when we weren't. Tony
What a great lady! My older brother and I grew up across the street from the Kirsch family in one of the greatest neighborhoods known to boys. While Mrs. Kirsch and the other neighborhood mothers kept an eye on the play, they rarely got involved and only then if swearing or bullying was involved. Roughhousing, wrestling, and all that goes with sports and play was fair game. Hilda and Bob set the bar high for their boys and if our parents brought up the Kirsch name it was usually followed by “fine young boys”; the ultimate compliment. After leaving the Marines in 1984 one of the first stops I made was the Kirsch front door and despite not seeing me for 10 years both Mr. & Mrs. recognized me instantly and welcomed me into their house like a son.
Aunt Hilda Kirsch was just too nice a spirit to have passed without leaving all of us who have lost her a loving memory. Now she is home with her true love, Uncle Bob, along with her Parents, Grandmom & Grandpap Kirsch, as well as her brothers and sisters.
All of us now have a very nice reason to smile.
I will never forget my Aunt Hilda and her passionate love for her husband, Uncle Bob and of course her four boys. They were everything to her. We know without a doubt that Aunt Hilda is enjoying her reunion in heaven with her true love, Uncle Bob and her parents , family and friends. She is at peace and instead of praying for her we can now pray to her. Rest in peace Aunt Hilda- we will always love you and remember your smiling eyes. Niece Sharon