• 47 years old
  • Born on January 31, 1963 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.
  • Passed away on February 2, 2010 in PowderSprings, Georgia, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, William Kirk Pethel who was born on January 31, 1963 and passed away on February 2, 2010. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Stanley Paige Pethel Sr on 29th January 2017
THIS 30TH DAY OF JANUARY 2017, I AM REMEMBERING & MISSING THIS SON VERY MUCH.*******************************
Posted by Tom Longfellow on 11th April 2013
Kirk was my friend as a Sr. and Osborne HS and the summer after I graduated in 82. I was into bodybuilding and he did a little working out too. We saw Rocky III together when it came out. Used to cruise around with him in his silver Monte Carlo. He'd always come over to my house in the evening and we'd watch HBO. He was a good friend.
Posted by Barry Pethel on 4th February 2013
Been thinking about you lately Brother! I miss you! I will be glad to see you in Heaven some day! Give Nanny N Pop a hug N Kiss for Me! Love ya, Barry!
Posted by Barry Pethel on 27th February 2012
I have been thinking about my brother lately, I remember the good times! Kirk taught me a lot, I will never forget his love and kindness. I will be happy to see him again someday in Heaven! We will talk about all of our happy times and sad times, and then God will wipe away our tears. We will rejoice forevermore my brother!
Posted by Stanley Pethel on 25th February 2012
Hey Bro, older bro here, we still have a lot of good memories here, i remember in 1979 when you when you were praying for me, and now im praying for the ones here, we will meet again in Gods beautiful Heaven and then we can walk with our loved ones forever, im thankful for the trails we went down together and came home together, your older brother Stan
Posted by Neil Pethel on 23rd February 2012
Hey Bro!! I miss you every day, but one DAY, i will get to see you every day!
Posted by Barry Pethel on 12th May 2010
You Will Be Forever Missed My Brother, but not Forgotten!

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