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Kirk Bradley Clousson

December 29, 1961 - July 10, 2020

Kirk Bradley Clousson Kirk Bradley Clousson
    July 27, 2020 | 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 E. Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois 60174
  • Memorial Service
  • July 27, 2020 | 11:00 A.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    405 E. Main Street
    St. Charles, Illinois 60174
  • Burial Location
    Wheaton Cemetery, Wheaton, Illinois

Kirk Bradley Clousson (58) transitioned peacefully July 10 ending a long and exhausting disability. He is survived by his wife Catherine (Neitzke); parents Carolyne and Jerry Clousson, siblings Mark, and Dana (Miguel) Avalos; 5 nieces and nephews: Rachel Clousson (Patrick) O’Connor, Jonathon Clousson, Heather Avalos (Diego) Aguilar, Michael Avalos, Steven Avalos and 2 grand-nephews, Diego and James Aguilar. He was preceded in death by his son, Nicholas, and sister-in-law, Clarice Loiacono.

Born in Park Forest, IL graduated from Columbia College, Chicago, in Marketing and Communications. Kirk worked at Easter Seals, where he received an award from Mayor Richard M. Daley, later at Trane, Willowbrook, IL. he made a substantial impact on service and sales by creating training programs. At First St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Chicago Kirk co-founded the Community Meals program which continues today.

Lovingly known as ‘Kirkus B Circus’ to his family his true gift was his quick and witty mind and source of joy to those around him. He always made you laugh and lightened your mood.

Visitation will be held Monday July 27th 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Yurs Funeral Home. The Memorial Service will be the same day following visitation at 11:00 AM. A Burial of cremains will follow the service at Wheaton Cemetery.



Genevieve Erb from Chicago, IL

"Catherine, I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope the memories you have of Kirk bring you peace during this difficult time.Sending you much love and strength, Genevieve"

Eric Schumm from Western Springs, IL

"Catherine, Wishing you strength and peace during this difficult time. Eric"

Michael from Los Angeles, CA

"My Uncle Kirk always made me laugh. He was always kind and generous. He encouraged my creativity, and he introduced me to "Blazing Saddles," for which I am beyond grateful. I will miss him deeply."

Jean Kabat from Lombard, IL

"I worked with Kirk at Trane for several years. He was quite the character. He had a way of making you laugh and sometimes just shake your head at him. I enjoyed his unique sense of humor. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time."

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