Noah Kirkpatrick was known for being a kind and helpful individual who made every attempt to assist those he came in contact with, according to family and friends. He dedicated himself to helping others while enjoying life himself.
He leaves behind his beloved family: Chelsea Fish of Rosehill, California; daughters Teresa Longhorn and Stacy Van Vliet of Shawnee, Oklahoma, as well as son Noah Fish from Rosehill; eight grandchildren, 3.5 great-grandchildren, and numerous special friends.
Early Life and Education
Noah Kirkpatrick has always had a deep interest in history. Inspired by movies depicting teachers in an amusing yet inspiring manner, he realized teaching was his calling and attended Franciscan University of Steubenville Ohio where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree.
After graduating, he worked in marketing and sales roles in Silicon Valley, San Diego and Seattle before deciding to focus on raising his family; two children and one red dog named Kona make up this household. When not raising them he enjoys hiking mountains, playing competitive racquetball tournaments and reading.
Kristin Kirkpatrick is an educator who relishes in witnessing students experience that “ah-ha!” moment and come alive! She believes each child has special talents to bring into the world and enjoys witnessing students learn new skills while growing in their own individual way.
Kirk was an innovator in the semiconductor industry. After spending time at Texas Instruments and Timex, he found his home at Fairchild Semiconductor when they relocated their headquarters from Florida to Maine – staying put to help provide jobs in Maine.
He was an exemplary family man and loyal friend, enjoying spending time with his children and grandchildren and encouraging them to follow their dreams without giving up.
He is survived by his wife, Nancy; eight children (seven married couples); seventeen cherished grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces and nephews and many loving friends who mourn his passing deeply. While we all miss him dearly, his legacy lives on in all those who knew and were touched by him.
Achievement and Honors
Noah Kirkpatrick has earned numerous accolades during his academic career. Notably, he received two Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar awards, was honored as GLIAC All-Academic Team selection and even garnered multiple academic conference honors before earning membership into National Football League Division II All-Academic Team.
Professionally, he was honored with the Paul H. Kirkpatrick Award from Stanford’s Physics Department, given annually to graduate students who exhibit excellence in both teaching and research, similar to Paul Kirkpatrick himself. This prestigious accolade honors those demonstrating the same dedication that marked Paul Kirkpatrick’s own distinguished scientific career.
Noa Kirkpatrick attends Fairview Baptist Church in Lincoln County and currently resides in Stanford with his wife Mary Lou and children.
Noah Kirkpatrick was a retired carpenter living in Stanford, Kentucky who passed away at age 82 on August 12, 2022. He left behind his wife Mary Lou, four children, and numerous grandchildren as survivors.
He was born in Olustee, Oklahoma to Bazz Glen and Thelma Marie and now has three daughters (Threcia Jane Luce with Jesse DeLuce as her husband; Tricia Jean Davis married Floyd Davis); as well as one son Darrell Glen Kirkpatrick who is married to Kellie; 16 grandkids and two great-grandkids!
He graduated from Haddonfield High School and Dickinson College. A member of Phi Mu sorority, he also held longtime coaching duties for local high schools before being honored with induction into the Springfield High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. His family are deeply saddened by his passing, offering their sincerest condolences.
He founded AAA Roofing Co with his family. An American of white ethnicity, he currently boasts an estimated net worth of about $800K.
He owns a large portion of Mastercard stock. Over the last two years, he has made 11 trades of MA stock for over $2.721,750; with his largest trade occurring on 27 May 2011 when he sold MA shares at over that figure.
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