Kirk David Good
Kirk David Good, 57, of Wasilla passed away quietly with the sun on his face, January 6, 2022 surrounded by his wife and grown children.
Kirk was born July 15, 1964 to Irene and Bert Good of Red Lake, Minnesota. He was baptized and raised Lutheran alongside his 9 sisters and 2 brothers. He graduated from Carroll College with a BA in Nursing in 1987. Kirk married Natalie Campbell the summer of 1989. They put down roots in the Matanuska Valley and embarked on a simple, happy life for 32 years. He was the very proud father of 3 children with a picture to show and a story to tell.
Kirk was also married to “Mama Prov” (Providence Alaska Medical Center) for the same 32 years. He was a dedicated employee and caring nurse with a calm aura. Kirk received the Mission Spirit Award for his excellent patient care and was known as the “early bird” to his colleagues.
Kirk will be remembered for his quick wit, handsome face, great hair, and wicked stare. His family will miss his steadfastness, inner strength, abiding love, and obscure trivia. They know he’s their stubborn Norwegian guardian angel now… Rumor has it there’s been a sharp uptick in patient satisfaction surveys in Heaven since Kirk joined their ranks.
He is survived by wife, Natalie; children, Nick(24), Nathaniel(21), and Katie(19); siblings, Bonnie Harris and Dawn Smith of Oregon, Valerie Free of Montana, Ramona Good of Iowa, Diane Collins and Leona Good of Nebraska, Karen Good, Quentin Good, and Roger Good of Minnesota; In-Laws, Paul, Jean, and Jon Paul Campbell; Special Family Friends; Charlton Harris, John and Stacey DePriest, David Stewart, Diane Alford, Cindi and Chris Harsh, Curt Lyons, and Israel Meyer; plus a multitude of beautiful nieces and nephews.
Kirk was preceded in death by both parents and two sisters, Patty and Yvonne Good.
Kirk will be celebrated on Saturday, January 15 at St John’s Lutheran Church, Palmer. Viewing and Receiving 11-12. Service officiated by Pastor Schultz at 12 noon, Memorial at 3pm, Palmer Elks Lodge, 2600 N Barry’s Resort Drive, Wasilla. Please bring a dish and a good story to share.