Kirk Dee Martindale

07/29/1991 - 12/10/2016
Service Date: 12/17/2016
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2618 N. Lindsey Road, Mesa, Arizona

Kirk Dee Martindale, age 25, passed away December 10, 2016 in Mesa, Arizona. Funeral services are Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 10 AM, preceded by a visitation at 9 AM, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2618 N. Lindsey Road, Mesa, Arizona.

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  • I am so sorry for your loss. I wasn’t close to Kirk at Concord but would always laugh at the funny things he would say in conversations to others and myself. He seemed like a very great man and he will be very missed everywhere I’m sure. My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this trying time.

  • Kirk’s spirit and ongoing smile was a constant reminder to be thankful and kind. You never saw Kirk without a smile or having a great time in whatever he was doing. I am forever grateful for the short period I knew Kirk, he’s a wonderful human being. I send my thoughts and love to his family, I can only imagine how amazing they are.

  • Joy Smith (Concord)

    I would like to extend my deepest sympathy for your loss. I worked with Kirk and he would make any parent very proud. He was such a pleasant and polite young man and his passing is a great loss to many. He was the strongest man I have known in the way he handled his illness. He never looked for sympathy and made jokes to keep those around him from feeling down for his situation. He will be greatly missed at Concord. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joy Smith

  • May God be with you all during this time of sorrow. Kirk was a very amazing young man. He will be missed by all. God will take care of him from now on.

  • I work at Concord, where Kirk worked. Due to the nature of our job duties we did not have much interaction. I was aware of his initial surgeries when he was first diagnosed with testicular cancer. On Kirk’s last day at work, he sent an email to the staff, explaining his situation, and everything he has been through, and how it was his last day at Concord. He had indicated his life expectancy to be around year end. I was saddened to read all of this, and to read what all he had been through. His email, while stating what all he had gone through, was written with a positive feel. When I noticed this, I was so surprised to see someone going through what he had, and what he was facing, to be so positive. A few hours later, I had received a friend request from him on Facebook. I accepted it, and some of the posts I saw him post from that time, again reiterated how positive he was. Besides being such a kind, caring human being, he was extremely brave and strong. I admire that. To face all of this, knowing his fate, and to continue to carry on as he had, was so inspiring to me. Although we all eventually have to travel that same path, it would never be easy to think of facing it. I pray to God for his family, his wife, and children, that God will give them strength to endure, and that they will know that Kirk is by their side, and that one day they will see him again.

  • Marcela Ochoa- Concord

    Sending my condolences to Kirk’s family and children. May he rest in peace.

  • Carroll Stevenson

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. We all here at concord were blessed to have known Kirk.

  • Rest in peace my friend. I send all the prayers to your wife, kids and family. I know you are with our Lord and the pain is gone. You will be missed.

  • My sincere condolences to the family of Kirk Martindale. May you find comfort in loving memories and in God’s promise to see our love ones again through the resurrection. (John 5:28,29) With deepest sympathy.

  • I imagine there is no pain more far-reaching and deeper than losing a child. My heart and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time as your feeling of loss is deep. May the promises of Jehovah God and Our Lord’s Christ Jesus, of a resurrection, strengthen your hearts until the day when death is no more, and honest-hearted ones will see lost loved ones once again (Revelation 21:4,5; John 5:28, 29). In the meantime, may the love and support of dear family and friends comfort you.

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