Obituary of Danny R. Kirkpatrick
Danny R. Kirkpatrick, 90, of Loganville, Ga passed away on Thur. November 18, 2021, at home. His beloved daughter held his hand as she walked him to the gates. Danny was born April 5, 1931 in Clarksburg, WV. He was the loving son of The Reverend Homer Ray and Mable Brooks Kirkpatrick After graduating from the '49 class of Washington Irving High School (Clarksburg) he immediately attended a technical college in Southern Indiana. Dan honored his country by serving in the Marine Corp. He then continued his education at Marshall University. He and his family spent many early years in the Cleveland, Ohio area before relocating to sunny and warm Tampa Bay, Florida. He retired with many years of service in sales and then moved to the Atlanta area to be close to his daughter and family. To mourn his passing, he leaves his faithful and loving daughter, Lisa Stephens and devoted Son-in-law, David. He will be also desperately missed by his 3 grandchildren, Christie, Daniel and Justin, all from the Atlanta area. He was fortunate enough to enjoy time with his 2 beautiful great grandchildren, Clara and Ian. Danny is also survived by his beloved sister, Mary Lou Hilderbrand of Bridgeport, WV, along with nieces, Brenda Gaston Workman, Clarksburg, Deborah Hilderbrand Andis, Indianapolis, Kimberly Hilderbrand Klinger, Bridgeport, and their families. He was also predeceased and greatly missed by all, brother-in-law Harry Hilderbrand, Sister, Arrena Jo Gaston, brother-in-law William Gaston and nephew Bill Gaston. Dad was one of the VERY best and we all already miss him dearly. Until we meet again, Dad, we will always cherish our memories! A private family gathering will be observed in Bridgeport, WV with Dr. Ken Ramsey presiding. Danny's final resting place will be Bridgeport Cemetery. Condolences may be extended to the family at www.fordfuneralhomes.com. The Kirkpatrick family has entrusted the care and arrangements to the Ford Funeral Home 215 East Main Street, Bridgeport, WV.
A private service will be celebrated at a later date.