Services for Molly Elaine Kirk, 72, of Temple, Texas, will be on Saturday, May 11, at 10:00 A.M. at First Lutheran Church, with a private burial following at Salado Cemetery.
Mrs. Kirk died on May 3 in Temple. She was born on November 24, 1946, in Bell County to William Cecil Brown and Ruth Marie Brown. She graduated from Temple High School in 1964. She married Frank Vanecek and they had two sons, Jeff and John. She married Lakin D. Kirk in 1996 and remained married to him until her death. She worked for the Temple Daily Telegram and Southwestern Bell. She was the owner of Upscale Interior Consignments in Salado. She and her husband were co-owners of Friendly Folks Cleaning Service. She was a lifelong member of First Lutheran Church and shared her many talents with her Church in many capacities. She was an accomplished quilter and bestowed upon her family, friends, and church her gifts of love.
She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Jack and Butch Brown.
She is survived by her husband, Lakin, her grandson, Brandon Vanecek, and her brothers, Tom, Ed, and Gene Brown.
Memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church, 1515 West Adams, Temple, Texas 76504.
If I was to say "a beautiful, loving, talented Southern lady" everyone would know I was talking about you. You touched so many people and everyone loved spending time with you. Molly, you will always be in our hearts and we'll always have wonderful memories thinking of you. Love you and we meet again have your warm hugs ready.
Jan NitchmanHutto, TX
Molly will be missed by all who knew her.
I am going to miss Molly more than I can say. She will remain in my heart forever. Molly was a wonderful person, a great friend, caring , compassionate, and thoughtful. Molly was a precise quilter. Everything she did , she did with love. Molly loved her God, her Savior, her family and many many friends. I cant say enough about Molly. She was a wonderful friend. I will miss her!
Leesa KempAshdown, AR
Molly, I am going to miss you so much. But I know you are no longer in pain and you're cancer free. I will always treasure the friendship we had together. Love you forever my friend
Mona SymancykPowder Springs, GA