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Jeremy Kirby

April 6, 1994 ~ December 7, 2022 (age 28) 28 Years Old
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Jeremy Kirby Obituary

Jeremy Kirby  Age 28. Passed away unexpectedly on December 7th.  Beloved son of Dennis (Kathy) Kirby and the late Rita Kirby (nee Demonia). Loving brother of Zach (Julianna) Kirby, Lauren (Adam) Crow and Shannon (Joe) Clore. Uncle of Tyler and Evan. Nephew and cousin of many.

Jeremy was born in Panama City, FL and grew up in northeast Ohio. He attended Bay Village High School. Everyone who knew Jeremy knew he marched to the beat of his own drum. From an early age, he had a unique perspective on things and would often question the status quo. He had an interest in technology, and a passion for cooking. He maintained an extensive collection of eclectic spices and herbs, some of which he grew in his own garden. Jeremy had aspirations to attend culinary school and worked as a cook for a period of time in Cleveland. Those who were close to him knew that when he loved, he loved deeply, and when he gave, he gave generously. Jeremy’s final gift was helping others by being a Life Banc donor.  

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Stella Maris, Inc. who helps to rebuild the lives of people suffering from the disease of addiction. 

Stella Maris, Inc.

1320 Washington Ave

Cleveland, Ohio 44113



Memorial visitation will be held Wednesday, December 14th, from 6-8 p.m. at the David Martens & Son Funeral Home 4175 Rocky River Drive (between Lorain & Puritas).

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December 14, 2022

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
David G. Martens & Son Funeral Home
4175 Rocky River Drive
Cleveland, OH 44135


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