I knew Mr. Kirk when I worked for the King Insurance Agency. We were located in the Ft. Industry Square building - 3rd floor. Mr. Kirk was friends will Bill Falvey who worked on the same floor as us. Mr. Kirk would always stop in and say hi when he would come up to see Bill. He was such a sweet man - I'm sure he will be greatly missed by all that knew him. My condolences to his family.
Peggy, I a so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of bereavement.
Shirley Oliver and the family of Mrs. Nellie Wordlaw
John, so sorry for your loss...
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sorrowful time.
Peggy - sorry to hear of the passing of your father, prayers to you and your family
John and family - I am sorry to hear about Mr. Kirk's passing. I grew up on Central Grove and went to OLPH and St John's HS with Jim, graduating in 1974.
My grandfather Nap Nassr also graduated from St John HS and College, and always spoke very highly of Mr. Kirk and all his successful endeavors. I caddied at Toledo CC and Mr. Kirk was one of my favorite people to caddy for. (John - I also caddied for you, and really enjoyed your matches against Pat Lindsey. But you could hit the ball farther than I could see, so I do not think I was a very good caddy for you.)
I was fortunate to have Mr. Kirk request me often to be his caddy. During our rounds together, he was kind enough to share his thoughts about business, success, hard work , commitment and integrity.
Mr. Kirk was a very positive influence during my caddy years. He encouraged me to apply for the Evans Scholarship and volunteered to write a recommendation letter for the Evans Scholarship to Toledo CC. I'm sure Mr. Kirk's letter was a big factor in Toledo CC's decision to nominate me for the Evans Scholarship and the Evans Scholar Foundation's decision to award me the scholarship to Miami University.
I am very sorry for your loss. I will remember Mr. Kirk as a very kind and generous person.
Bob was of great service to our family throughout my entire lifetime. His name lives on in our family trusts. May he rest in Peace.
With sympathy to the Kirk Family from the Brumback and Tiedtke Families for whom Bob served as a wise adviser for many years....
Peggy and David:
My condolences to your entire family. He was a rock for sure.
Debra (Old Lyme, CT and New York, NY)
Dear John,Tom,Bill,David,Peggy.and Marianne and family,
Your dad finally escaped the ravages of old age and is now at peace.He has found your mother again and all those dear to him who preceded him in death. He had a great life and accomplished alot of good. He enjoys life eternal. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Chuck and Sharon Dendinger -Ft. Myers, Fl.
Sorry to hear of your father's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
John, I was so sorry to hear about your dad. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Mr Kirk was a very helpful man to me. It a great loss for the Toledo area.
Tom and Gretchen, We have you and your families in our thoughts and prayers. Safe travels. Love, Dave and Peggy Sutherland~Richland, MI
We extend sincerest sympathy to the Kirk family. Bob was an extraordinary man who served the Toledo and NW Ohio communities in many, many ways. We celebrate his many business accomplishnments and his "Service Above Self" in our communities. And we acknowledge with thanks his over 40 years of service as a board member and key advisor to our company and families. He is missed. Chris and Steve Martindale, and The Kiemle-Hankins Company. (We are sorry to miss his services due to out of town commitments.)
Bob Kirk was the managing partner for most of the time I worked at Arthur Young. He was a great accountant and a great leader. My condolences and deepest sympathy to all of the members of his family.