Kirby Alan Wicks

January 21, 1956 - February 17, 2018
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Kirby Alan Wicks of Grand Prairie, TX died Saturday, February 17, 2018 after suffering complications of pneumonia and cardiac arrest. He was born January 21, 1956 in Irving, TX to Wilburn and Theodora Louise (Echols) Wicks. He grew up in the Irving area and graduated from Nimitz High School in 1974.
He spent some early years working in the railroad industry, then was employed by the United States Postal Service. Kirby happily retired in 2009 after more than 22 years as a letter carrier with the USPS. He was a man of many passions and was known for his ability to cook, roast, smoke, bake and preserve food. Throughout his life, not one person ever left Kirby’s table hungry. Kirby loved his music, dancing, laughing and making noise!
Survivors include his wife Peggy Jean (Clay) Wicks, his daughter Kelli (Andy) Mee, his son, Frederick (Bianca Sanchez) Wicks, beloved grandchildren Summer Wicks, Connor Mee and Elizabeth Wicks, step-grandchildren Maddie Mee and Evan Sanchez and his former wife, DeeDee Hubbs. He was predeceased by his stepson, Bradley Arthur.
Kirby also is survived by his brothers Gary (Sherre), Mark, Daryl, his sister Cheryl Arrington and was predeceased by his brother-in-law Bill Arrington. He is survived by brothers-in law Richard Clay and Donald Clay, sisters-in-law Ruth Ann (Greg) Stover, Nancy Clay, Barbara (Robert Betzing) and many nieces and nephews who loved their Uncle Kirby very much. Other survivors include many relatives in the Wicks and Echols families.
The family is having a private family celebration in honor of Kirby’s life.

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Kelli Mee
Kennedale, TX
Dearest Daddy,

I am broken hearted by your loss - but I know that you are in a better place and that I will see you again someday.
You have always taught me so much throughout my life. Lessons that I will never forget. You taught me to be a better person! To care for my family, to care for the earth, to respect others, and to raise my children right. I want you and everyone to know that you were the best father I could ever ask for! You were strict but you were also a teddy-bear. You enjoyed family. For you - I will always be grateful. I will wake up each day and think of you for the rest of my life, and I will honor you. I love you daddy! Until we meet again......
Kelli Ann
Nicole Rhymes
Fort Worth, TX
We have lost another wonderful man. I will forever hold onto the memories of dancing with him, all the fun in the pool, the great food, and even his fatherly speeches to me always steering me in the right direction and teaching me things about life I’ll never forget.  Heaven has gained another angel and Uncle Kirby will be forever missed.  Please tell my Papaw Bill how much we love and miss him. God has gained two amazing men who I am proud to call family.
Sharon Beith
Hopewell, VA
The fruit of who you are is shown by the ones you leave behind - Kirby was loved deeply by all of us and his genuine love for everyone around him was clear.  Prayers for all of you as we grieve in different ways.
Christi Tynan
Bonham, TX
My family, you are in my thoughts and prayers, y'all have taken a hard hit, but I know that we will all see him again because he was one of Gods children. We will see all of our family again. Romans 14:8 - For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's.  1 Thessalonians 4:14 - For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.  May you find comfort in knowing that this is just for a while until we are all united again~
Cindi Walker
Grand Prairie, TX
God's peace and strength be with you. May all your many memories of Kirby also give you peace and strength. May God bless you and yoir family. In Christ, Cindi
Justin Marcus
Grand Prairie, TX
Kirby, it was such a pleasure to have known you. I will never forget that smile you always had on your face and the sound of joyous laughter. Heavan gained a special soul. Rest In Peace my friend!
Mary Ann Moreno
Grand Prairie, TX
I lived two house from Kirby and he was a very happy man with a big smile. I always could count on his family to let be bother cooking oil or somethings of that nature and gladly he was ready to share. I also remember always sharing his preserves jats with my Family. When I sat on my patio Saturday mornings, I could hear the sound of music coming from Kirby's house it was all good he played some of my songs. A good neighbor and friend, may you rest in peace and may God comfort your family during this difficult tine.
Edwin Bales
Lancaster, CA
My old friend! We shared so much when we were young! So many fun memorable times! I miss you! Have for so long! See you in the Great cosmos my friend! Later!
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