Darren Thomas Kirk CEDAR

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CEDAR, Darren Thomas Kirk July 19, 1982 - May 25, 2012 It is with broken hearts we announce the passing of Darren Cedar. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Reginald and Marion Franklin, his paternal grandfather, Walter Cedar, and his uncle, Garry Cedar. Left to mourn are his mother Cynthia Cedar, father Kirk Cedar, sister Diana Cedar and brother Craig (Angela) Cedar, nieces and nephews: Zoe, Ryerson, Kingsley, and Douglas. He also leaves his grandmother Marjorie Cedar, numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins in Canada and the United States. Darren was the youngest of three children and he was a whirlwind. He was an avid reader, loved to write poetry, and play computer games. Darren also enjoyed stimulating debates and discussions with those who could keep up with him. He graduated from Parkland High School in Sidney, class of 2000. He also attended Camosun and UVic. Darren was a loyal and loving son, brother and uncle. He had many, many friends and many special friends (you know who you all are). Darren was an extremely compassionate and gentle soul who was confidante to many. He had a sensitive nature, sharp wit, and a truly unique sense of humour. His eclectic love of music ranged from heavy metal to nerd core hip hop, and 60's and 70's rock. Darren is greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. A Celebration of Life for Darren Cedar will be held on June 23 from 1pm-5pm at Mary's Bleue Moon Cafe in Sidney. In lieu of flowers please make a generous donation to your local food bank. Taken too young, missed forever.
Published in Victoria Times-Colonist on June 15, 2012
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