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610 S. Duncan St.
Stillwater, OK 74074
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Kirk Stallings

Kirk Alan Stallings

Thursday May 7, 1964 - Tuesday September 1, 2020
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Kirk “The Colonel” Alan Stallings, 56, passed away unexpectedly after complications with open heart surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas on September 1, 2020 with his mother by his side. A celebration of life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 5, 2020 at the First United Methodist Church, 400 W 7th Ave, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Kyle Anderson will officiate and the service will be live-streamed on Facebook. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

He was born on May 7, 1964 in Oklahoma City, and the family moved to Boise City when he was four. He graduated in 1982 and then attended Panhandle State College in Goodwill, Oklahoma. Carpentry and construction training began with his father and brothers and he eventually found his work family in Zernco as a traveling construction superintendent. He remained employed there until his death.

Throughout his life, Kirk enjoyed Rocklahoma, spending time with his family and friends, drinking beer, laughing, his signature ‘porch therapy’, and having fun. He lived his life to the fullest and could find joy in anything.

He is preceded by his father Frank and his older brother Mike.

He is survived by his mother Carole; his older brother Scott and his wife and four children; his older sister Sherry and her six children; his older sister Victoria and her husband and three children; his daughters Kayla and Hailey “Luca”; his sons Jared, Zachary and Jacob; his five grandchildren Samuel, Zibelle, Daisy, Aubrey, and Travis.

Kirk will live on in the hearts of the loved ones he left behind, and will be remembered for his infectious personality, his joyful spirit, his drive to enjoy life, and of course, his coffee cup wisdom.

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  • Service

    Saturday, September 5th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, September 5th, 2020 2:00pm
    First United Methodist Church: Life Center
    400 West 7th
    Stillwater, OK 74074
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  • Interment

    Sunset Memorial Gardens
    6500 South Perkins Road
    STILLWATER, OK 74074
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Jad Allen

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I was lucky enough to experience a unique and incredible relationship with Kirk. We met online while he lived in Oklahoma and was working in Texas, and I lived in Texas and was working in Kentucky. We discovered we both had a love of writing and were each writing a blog about our journey in life so before we ever met we had the opportunity to learn about each other through our blogs. When I returned to Texas and we finally got to meet in person I felt like I already knew him so well through his writings. Kirk knew from day one that I was returning to Australia at the end of the year and I was looking for a sidekick to have some adventures and fun in my last year in the United States and he was all to happy to be my partner in crime. We had many adventures...or misadventures all across the United States beginning in Texas followed by Louisianna, Oklahoma, Missouri, Denver, Indianna, Florida and our final adventure together in Hawaii. All of our adventures together were captured in my blog. Our journey was followed and loved by many people. Kirk adopted the blog name of Mon Capitaine which he was quite chuffed about. Sadly all good things must come to an end and I returned to Australia in December 2017, My last 2 days in the United States were spent with Kirk and it was during this time he took the opportunity to tell me he loved me. The feeling was mutual but it didn't change anything, I was still going home. We tried to continue our relationship long distance but it was just too hard so we decided to have a final goodbye in Hawaii and transition our relationship from Lovers to friends. After Hawaii we became each other's confidantes. We shared something incredibly rare, we have been able to transition to a friendship where we were able to talk about our dating adventures, share our worries, fears, joys over meeting and dating other people with neither of us having any feelings of jealousy or regret. We both just loved each other so much we wanted the other to be "happy in life" I was incredibly happy for Kirk when he told me he had fallen in love with someone, and terribly sad for him when things did not work out. Kirk verbally kicked my butt when I made some dating mishaps, particularly when he knew that I had settled into a relationship with someone who was treating me poorly, he was really quite mad at me stating quite firmly "Jad, I taught you better than that!!" And the truth of it was he did, Kirk was an integral part of my growth, his wisdom beyond his years helped me to overcome my years of abuse and adversity and to become the strong, independent woman I am today and for that I will be forever thankful that he came into my life. Kirk was thrilled when I had met my "forever after" and was completely tickled when he saw of photo and discovered my new partner in life was bald with a goatee. I don't think anyone could ever understand the truly unique bond that Kirk and I shared. I know I will never have it with anyone else ever. Kirk, the day you died a piece of my soul died with you. I love you and miss you so much You will always have a piece of my heart. Rest in Peace Captain my Captain. Love always "Your Jad" xoxo

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