This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, brian kirkland . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Patty Berlik on June 20, 2016
Hello Richie:
Thank you so much for contributing to this site. It means so much to us. I wanted to let you know that when you first go to forevermissed.com, you can type in Brian's name in the first search bar you see. (Not the one that says "create a memorial.") There is an empty search bar above the words "create a memorial." That is the one you want. A memorial has already been created for him. :) But thank you so much for what you have done here! :) So you will type in Brian Kirkland in that first search bar near the top of the page.

After you have typed in his name and click on the search icon, then you will click on his name which is underlined off to the right side of the screen. That will bring you to a site with pictures, etc. and places to post something. It is a little confusing and I apologize for that. But feel free to read the posts and look at the pictures. Thank you so much again. It is greatly appreciated. 
Patty

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Posted by Patty Berlik on June 20, 2016
Hello Richie:
Thank you so much for contributing to this site. It means so much to us. I wanted to let you know that when you first go to forevermissed.com, you can type in Brian's name in the first search bar you see. (Not the one that says "create a memorial.") There is an empty search bar above the words "create a memorial." That is the one you want. A memorial has already been created for him. :) But thank you so much for what you have done here! :) So you will type in Brian Kirkland in that first search bar near the top of the page.

After you have typed in his name and click on the search icon, then you will click on his name which is underlined off to the right side of the screen. That will bring you to a site with pictures, etc. and places to post something. It is a little confusing and I apologize for that. But feel free to read the posts and look at the pictures. Thank you so much again. It is greatly appreciated. 
Patty
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me and my boy kirks

Shared by Keiko Chycinski on July 29, 2016

When i met brian we were both working at the garbage company. He was a goofy character but so was i. I hope lyle paullin would testify that brian and i were two of his hardest workers. there were many but there were more with less work drive than the two of us. thats probably why we got along so good he would come help me and i would go help him whoever got done first on the routes. after the routes we usually hung out and sucked back a few cold ones sometimes too many. over the last couple years since my quiting the garbage dump i cant go much of anywhere with out passing through towns without having a thought of ole kirks. My boss has resurrected an old candy from the past called candy raisins so every thursday i was picked to deliver this delicious treats. Thats where brian comes to mind on a regular basis where i pass through towns and see an old route we both tackled, an old tavern we may have tore up, the summerfest grounds, or  even the a old rugby field where he would come watch me play. As i age many of these times are things i would say i would take back and there also things i wouldnt.  The Lord blessed me bye getting me out of that party lifestyle. I wonder what would of happened had brian  kept hanging around with me and not started running with his new crowd. That will probably always bother me the most. like i said every thursday i almost drive somewhere that brian doesnt cross my mind. theres two ways to look at those thoughts one is to think of the good the other is to think how angry i am brian is gone. honestly i do both. i will always miss brian thats a promise. its impossible not to he was my very good friend. God bless. John 14:6. With love keiko.