In Memory of




Obituary for Alexis Kathryn Kirk

On March 11, 2021 Alexis Kathryn Kirk went to be with our Lord in Heaven. She was born in Fairfax, VA on September 7th, 2001. At the tender age of 19, Alexis’ life had just begun. All of her family and friends expected her cheery personality to be a part of our lives always.

Alexis had true love and deep empathy for her family and everyone she came to know. She always put other people’s needs and wants before her own. Just being around her would lift your spirit, no matter how bad a day you’d had. She would listen to your troubles and try her best to make you feel better. Everyone would open up to her because it is written all over her face that she truly cares.

Alexis was saved by Jesus Christ. As fellow believers in Christ, we know we will see her again. This long separation isn’t a final ‘goodbye.’
Luke 20:36
“For they cannot die anymore, because they are equal to angels and are sons of God, being sons of the resurrection.”

Alexis is our angel, looking down, watching over all of us.

Family that preceded her in death are her father, William Kirk. Her grandfathers, Ted Underberg and Gary Vulliet. Her grandmother, Sara Kirk, and her great-grandmother, Audrie Van Frank. She is survived by her mother, Lisa Kirk. Her sister and brother, Felicity and Nathaniel Kirk. Her grandmother, Paula Underberg. Her aunts Angela, Emily, and Cynthia, as well as many more aunts, uncles, a grandfather, great-grandfather, and great uncles. Alexis is, and remains always, loved by so many.

The Celebration of Life service will be Saturday, April 3rd at 3:00pm Eastern Time at the chapel of Brown Funeral Home.

Visitors will be required to wear face masks, practice social distancing and follow directives.

If you prefer a florist, we would recommend Flowers Unlimited who will be providing flowers for the service. When ordering let them know it is for the Kirk service at Brown Funeral home on April 3rd as there may be more than one service on the same date.

The family is grateful for the outpouring of prayers, support and kind words in these difficult days.