Joe Kirk – RIP


It is with a heavy heart that I have to inform you Joe crossed over the bar this morning, having bore his illness for many month`s and just when we thought all was safe it returned .I have been asked that it would be appreciated that Jeanne and family are left in peace for awhile , I will inform you all when I know all the details of Joe`s funeral goes without saying Joe will be sadly missed by many.

To you Jeanne and all your family you have our sincerest condolences.

Billy Cotton (Hon Secretary)

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7 Responses to Joe Kirk – RIP

  1. David Rogers says:

    Both myself and Mike (splott) Hurley were deeply saddened by Joe’s untimely passing, we send our sincere condolences to his family. Joe will be sadly missed.

  2. Tony Grasby says:

    I was very sad to hear about the death of Joe fron Nick Martin this past Monday, I knew Joe for many years and we served together in HMS Tiger both working watch about on the deck, As we both came from Lancashire we shared the same sence of humour and had many laughs together over the mess bar. He was’nt just a ship mate but a dear friend who will be great loss to the Association, his friends and family, my sincere condolences to Jean and his family RIP Joe.

  3. Martin Higgins says:

    RIP Joe.

  4. Fred Tubb says:

    A sad day indeed, my condolences go out to jeanne and the family. Will be very much missed by all.
    RIP Joe
    see you in the big tot room
    Joyce and fred

  5. Mick Sherry says:

    After the Cenotaph Parade at the bar in the Silver Cross me and Brum Lewis were speaking to Shep Woolley (comedy/naval songster) who was with HMS Ganges Association. He asked about our Assoc and said he knew a handler called Joe Kirk who he thought was on HMS Blake with him. I said that I had’nt seen or heard from Joe for some time. I now know why. Sad news indeed. Another good man crosses the bar.
    RIP Joe.

  6. JOE MARSHALL says:

    what a sad day on the passing of joe kirk,What can i say .my sincere codolences to his family.will be sadly missed.
    RIP mate………….joengail

  7. Barney Cornwell says:

    R.I.P. shipmate

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