August 22, 1963 ~ December 29, 2003

Born in: Colorado Springs, CO,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Kirk Douglas Stilson, 40, went to be with our Lord on December 29, 2003. Survived by parents, William R. and Maxine Stilson; daughter, Maxine; brothers, Skip (Lori) Stilson and Craig Stilson; sister, Christina (Lyle) William; nephews, Branden (Rondi) Richardson, Austen Williams and Mark Stilson; uncles, Ralph 'Skip' (Dolores) Stilson and Denny Stilson; and numerous cousins and nieces. Kirk will be sadly missed by all. Kirk was born August 22, 1963, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Funeral service will be held at 3:00 p.m. Friday, January 2, 2004, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor David Grossman officiating. Interment will be in the Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com.

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  1. Kirk took a piece of me with him to heaven, but he also left a piece of himself with me, which I will always hold dear in my heart. My fondest memory of New Years eve was when just Kirk and myself rang in the new year at Liberty point, and watched the fireworks on Pikes Peak. How ironic that I will always associate Kirk with my Happiest New Years Day, and my saddest New Years Day. Rest in peace cousin, and greet your sister Sandy and your Grandma Marie; they have been waiting for you. Love Danny

  2. Kirk’s smile was contagious, he was out to enjoy life. Everything about Kirk spelled adventure. Take on Kirk and take on life. What a sweetie he was. He was considerate, he learned about you and never forgot. Stray flowers would be retrieved and brought because he remembered you loved them. I would have never loved guitaritst Tommy Bolin if not for Kirk. I would not have ever said “It’s a Mystery to Me Alex”. We learned about life together, much at his brother Craig’s dismay. Still many thanks to Craig for his hospitatity on our arrival in Marietta GA. Kirk grew a lot down in Atlanta, as did I. Learning to work and take on the billls was new to both of us. There were so many happy times, new times that we shared down there, there will never be another Kirk in my life. Nor another Chatahoochie BJ. Wild and sweet Kirk, so much missed. Deeply saddened at his loss. Greatest heartfelt sympathy to all who knew and loved him.

  3. I just learned of Kirk’s passing and wanted to share my family’s deepest sympathies.

    My family once lived at 1419 Craig street and it was on this street that I first met Kirk.

    What I remember most about Kirk was his beaming smile and kind spirit.

    May our good Lord comfort you and draw you nearer to Jesus thru Kirk’s passing.

    Love,

    Paul Tienda
    Ph: (303)663-3989

  4. My deepest condolences of the loss of Kirk. I just learned of his passing from my family who still lives in Pueblo.

    I don’t know if you remember me, but I was Kirk’s first girlfriend back at Morton Elementary (3rd grade). He also used to go to church with my family over on Morris Ave. and attended the youth group with me. Kirk was always remembered in my heart as very good and kind. Even in high school, he still looked out for me as a friend. He was just that way…

    I am so sorry for his passing but may God hold you in his heart and comfort you at this time.

    Love,
    Susan

  5. I am very saddened to hear of Kirk’s passing.

    Kirk was a very good friend of mine during our elementary school years. He used to live just a block away from me when he lived on Cheyenne Avenue.

    I enjoyed those years growing up together. He certainly made life a lot more fun and exciting.

    I feel that I was very fortunate to have known him during that time.

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
    May God comfort you during this difficult time.

    Love,

    Byron Johnson

  6. I’m shocked and surprised to hear of Kirk’s passing. We aren’t so young any more, but it is till a stunner to learn that an Elementary School friend won’t be sharing the world with us.

    My heart goes out to all his friends and family, and I’m sure there are many.

    Love,

    Geoff Skelton

  7. Just keep remembering most Mr. Woods Algebra class and how we would throw notes back and forth. . . And how sometimes we would get lost on the way. It will always be that big smile that I remember the most, as you could tell when he was up to no good.

    My thoughts and prayers to Kirk family. I know he will be sadly missed.

  8. Kirk and I shared alot when we were married. Although it has been many years since I have seen or heard about Kirk or his family it saddens me very much to learn of his passing today.
    I hope and pray that time is healing the family pains. I deeply feel for the family as I also lost my younger brother in December of 2000 and can understand how that feels.
    Bill, Maxine, Chris, Skip and Craig, memories can never be lost and Kirk had a way of making some wonderful memories in anyone’s life he touched.
    Kirk always had a wonderful way about him that I will always remember as one does with a first love.
    Peace be with you Kirk into your new journey with Sandy.

    Paula Duncan

  9. Not many people know of me. I am his lost daughter Kayla. I am crushed that i never got to look my dad in the eyes and get to ever know him. But grandma stilson (rip grandma) would try to catch me up to speed with the family and show me pictures of my dad. I heard only good things about him and know he is not longer in pain but is with the Lord.

    To you daddy. I love ya and wish i would of met you 🙂 but one day i will and i will cry a thounsand tears. RIP daddy.

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