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Sean Ray Kirkpatrick, Sr.

November 16, 1974 - January 12, 2021


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    Carolyn says

    Sean you will be greatly missed. You were loved so much. You have raised such beautiful children. I know you are so proud of each of them. I am do glad you were a part of our lives. Your Mother would be proud of the wonderful Father you have become.. love Aunt Carolyn and family

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    olivia kirkpatrick says

    thx aunt carolyn

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    Sharon Simpson says

    Sean, I didn’t get to know you well, as we only connected online, but in that short time, I felt like I had found a good friend, only to have you taken away so quickly. I will still be here for your children as much as I can.

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    Craig Johnson says

    To my friend for life . I will never stop thinking about you . We had some good times . Raceyoubro…. Love always and and forever Rest In Peace
    Craig Johnson aka CJ

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    Franciena says

    My deepest condolences to the family. While words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, we look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of having our heavenly Father return your dear one to you. Acts 24:15

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Sean Ray Kirkpatrick Sr., 46, passed away on January 12, 2021. He was born on November 16, 1974 to the late John and Connie Kirkpatrick in Southport, Indiana.
Sean worked for many years at Arvin’s in Franklin before becoming disabled. He loved raising his six children. Being a father was his calling. He liked books, gaming, and yard sales.
Sean is preceded in death by his parents; one son, Sean Kirkpatrick, Jr.; half sister, Dawn, and niece, Hannah Imel.
Sean is survived by his wife of 24 years, Tassy Kirkpatrick; his children, John, Autie, Cilla, Liv, Riv, and Brauhn; his sister, Heather Kirkpatrick; his niece, Hayley Imel; his great nephew, Levi; half sister, Stacy Rodgers; his nieces, Amanda, Ashley, Randi, Amber, and Wanda; and his nephews, Aubrey and Joseph.
No services will be held at this time.