of Jonesboro, AR
November 25, 1944 - February 16, 2021
Harold J. Kirk, 76, of Jonesboro, passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021, at NEA Baptist Hospital. He was born November 25, 1944, in Manila to Troy and Willie (Hogan) Kirk. He worked 38 years for American Greetings until retirement. He was a member of Keiser Baptist Church. Harold served in the U.S. Army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Harold was preceded in death by his parents.Those left behind to cherish the wonderful memories of Harold include his loving wife of 47 years, Norma (McKenzie) Kirk; three sons, Tim (Joanne) Hardin, Barry (Penny) Hardin, and Mark Hardin; eight grandchildren, Matthew Hardin, Chad Hardin, Richard Hardin, Caleb Hardin, Jake Hardin, Jordan Hardin, Bret Hardin, and Erin Hardin; seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Bobby Kirk; and a sister, Vel Robertson.Funeral services will be 11 am Friday, February 26, 2021, at Keiser Baptist Church, 210 E. Main in Keiser with Todd Vinson officiating. Burial will follow at the Arkansas Veteran's Cemetery in Birdeye. Visitation will begin at 10 am until time of service.Harold's grandchildren and members of the Keiser Baptist Church will serve as pallbearers.Arrangements are under the direction of Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home of Jonesboro.
Harold was a wonderful person and a great co-worker. We worked together at American Greetings for many years. He was always sincere and a pleasure to work with, I know he is deeply missed.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Harold's family. Harold's brother, Bobby is my friend and I don't believe you can find two better men than Harold and Bobby. God bless and comfort all the family.
Barry, your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss ...I work with your son Barry and we love him ..he has always talked about how much he loved his Dad , and how good he was to his family ....Just wanted you to know I will keep your family in my prayers and ask for God's comfort for you all....Blessings Cheryl Rakestraw
Only known short time, but a great man and good friend. May God be with his family.