Kirk Fredrick Cline


We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Kirk Frederick Cline on October 12, 2022 in Edmonton, Alberta. Kirk was born in Port Dover, Ontario on March 23, 1958. He moved to the South Cooking Lake area in 1967 where he later met the love of his life, Clara, whom he married in 1980. Kirk, together with his wife, raised six children and over the years his family expanded to include nine grandchildren and many beloved dogs. Kirk considered himself the richest man in the world because of the love of his family and friends and his most cherished memories were made spending time with those he loved.

Kirk is predeceased by his parents Janet and Fred, and his sister Kim. He is lovingly remembered by his wife Clara, their six boys; James (Carolynn), Steve (Susie), Adam (Kristen), Justin, Michael (Laura), and Daniel (Amanda), and grandchildren; Austin, Abigail, Noah, Jacqueline, Elizabeth, Henry, Tyler G., Brooklyn, and Tyler J. And brother Ken (Sariena), and numerous cousins, nephews and nieces. All of whom will miss him dearly.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundations.

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12 Condolences

Joann Gillingwater

I am so sad to see Kirk has passed. My condolences to you Clara and family. May he Rest In Peace.

Vince and Betty

Dear Cline family,
Words cannot begin to express our sorrow. Kirk will be remembered , for the memories that we shared are forever. Use memories to bring you peace and comfort. We have many we can share.
Our sincere condolences to the family.


My heart is with all the family .
Sincere condolences
Sending love and respect
Randy Cline

Vivian Tidsbury

Words can not express how I feel for Clara & family. Kirk was a great husband, father & grandfather and will definitely be missed. I am glad Kirk gets to relax now. R.I.P. Kirk.

Kristin Anheliger

I was invited in to Kirk’s family by himself and the rest with very open arms(5.5 yrs ago). I’am very thankful I got the honor to be part of his life and family. He openly invited me in. He was what I think a man of very few words but because he said what was needed. He will be remembered by me as a wonderful father great family man and excepting to welcome new comers(as in daughter in-law and grandchildren)as well as inviting. My children that are not his biological grand children he always made them feel as they are his grandchild (never judgment). I will very much miss our small talk and moments but also very glad I’ll have them forever.

Karla and Graham Temke

All our love, support and deepest sympathies to Kirk’s entire family. Kirk is with you always. When you miss him or need him, think of him and he will be with you, forever in your hearts.


This is just not possible to me Kirk! You and Clara raised such beautiful boys! They always say love you and mean it! They are so lucky to have had you for there dad. I no that you will be with them everyday in there hearts always.
You will be forever missed never ever forgotten.

Bill and Brenda Santrock

So very sorry to hear of your loss sending our condolences to all family

Mary Anderson

Clara,I hope you and family are taking care of each other. True love is so hard to find and you not only had Kirk’s love and the love of family close and far to support you.
Love to all of you at this sad time