horseback riding. His mother would make her famous tuna sandwiches which would be a little hard to get down after being in a hot saddle bag on the desert all day. His father, Hans taught him to play the guitar and together with various band members, he performed at Grantsville's Old Folk's Sociable, 4th of July Festival, family reunions, Moose and Eagle's Lodge, Ophir Days, dances around Tooele County and Benefit dances. He always looked forward to these occasions as he loved his music and the joy it brought to so many. Kirk would close each dance event by singing, “The Party's Over”. He drove stock trucks for many years and it was said of by some of the pro's that he was one of the best at handling a semi. Kirk dearly loved his children and grandsons, Kaleb and Gage and always remembered their birthdays and Christmas. When he knew “his boys” were coming for a visit, he would make sure that the candy tin was ready. Kirk had a generous heart and keen wit that could always lift our spirits. We love you and will surely miss your “one-liners” that gave us so much laughter. Until the day comes when we're together once again, we'll not say goodbye but we'll say see ya later. Your loving family. Survived by brother, Kent Williams (Renee); son, Denny Williams; daughter Ali Daniels (Roger); grandsons’, Kaleb and Gage Daniels, ex-wife, Bonnie Williams, and ex-wife Patti Cook. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, July 26, at Grantsville City Cemetery. There will be no viewing prior to services. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.