It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of our husband, brother, brother-in- law, uncle and friend, Kirby Allen Krolick, after a short but courageous battle with cancer. He leaves behind his best friend of 44 yrs and beautiful wife of 30 years, Dee (Geraldine) Rinaldo-Krolick and his fur babies, Diesel and Sookie, his siblings Colleen (Mal) Sutton, Darlene Krolick, Glenn (Barbara) Krolick, Bert Krolick, Tracy (Dan) Tammi and wonderful nieces and nephews whom he adored. He was predeceased by brother Blaine Krolick and parents, Albert and Dorothy Krolick. Kirby was a devoted husband, brother (in Law) uncle and friend. He was a hard worker who was committed to the success of his business, KDK Fire Systems. When he wasn’t working, he had a passion for nature being outdoors, fishing and hunting and when the day was done, he could be found either relaxing with the music turned up loud, the louder the better or watching NASCAR. Those that were close to him knew his spontaneous and mischievous character and you just never knew what he was up to. His smile and laughter were infectious and could brighten up anyone's day. His beautiful soul reflected the spirit of who he truly was, and he always remained true to himself. As we grieve his loss, we also celebrate his life by filling the void he leaves in our hearts with our fondest memories of him. May we all find comfort and healing in knowing that he struggles and suffers no more. He has earned his wings and now, another angel watches over us from heaven. You were taken from us far too soon, but you will never be forgotten and will always be fondly remembered. May your beautiful soul forever rest in peace sweet man. If so desired, donations can be made directly to the Northeast Cancer Center https://www.ncfsudbury.com/make-a-donation/ or Charity of your choice.
I believe these words from Anon embody Kirby's message to us all today.
"Perhaps my time seems all too brief,
Don't lengthen it now with undue grief Lift up your hearts and share with me,
God wanted me now, He set me free."