Kirk Allan Manor passed away as a result of an automobile accident the morning of June 17th 2020. He was 43. Kirk was born in Great Falls Montana on Aug 26th 1976, the second son of Jerry and Julie Manor. At the time of his death, he resided with his parents in Washington Terrace.\n\nKirk began his schooling at Chief Joseph Elementary in Great Falls. He was an active child, eager to learn and always willing to please. In 1984 the family relocated to Omaha Nebraska for a short period of time. It was there that he learned of sports and wanted to compete. In 1986 the family relocated to Ogden. Kirk completed his education by attending Roosevelt Elementary, TH Bell Junior High School, graduating from Bonneville High School in 1995. \n\nAs with most Utahns, Kirk learned to ski/snowboard early in life. He enjoyed many days at Powder Mountain and vacationed at Big Sky Montana every winter with his family. It was always an incredibly special time for us all.\n\nAfter school, Kirk searched for his niche in life and finally found that custom auto detailing was his forte. He owned and operated K&K Crystal Clear Auto Detailing and Headlight Restoration for many years before his death. He was fortunate to have many customers who repeatedly sought his service.\n\nKirk married Kimberly Hutchinson, a strong Wyoming woman, in 2006. From that marriage, two stars in the sky emerged, Saxton Wickham and Sloane Bryant. Even though Kirk and Kim divorced sometime later, these two children were the apple of his eye. Like Kirk, they are smart, entertaining, kind, and full of life. He was fortunate to have been able to spend much time with them, go on family vacations with them, and to love them deeply. They will miss their father, as we all will.\n\nLater in life, Kirk spent much time learning the game of golf and although he would not admit it, he became incredibly good. He was a regular at Riverside Golf Course. Everyone knew and loved Kirk. For the past two years, Kirk and his father teamed together to play in the Hookers and Slicers league at Valley View Golf Course. His father loved the time he was able to spend with Kirk and was always proud to be on his team. Of note, Kirk was the low handicapper in the league. Way to go Son!\n\nKirk is survived by his two children, Saxton and Sloane Manor of North Ogden, parents Julie and Jerry Manor of Washington Terrace, two brothers, Brian (Taryn) of Ogden, Kyle (Andrea) of Washington Terrace and a sister, Kasi Rasley (Ryan) of South Ogden, seven nieces and nephews and many others.\n\nA celebration of Kirk’s life will be held outside on Tuesday, June 23rd at the LDS Church Bowery between 100 E. and 100 W. on 5600 S., Washington Terrace, UT. Friends and family may express their condolences to the immediate family between 1100 and 1200 that day, the celebration to start at approximately 1215 pm. Approximately 50 chairs will be available for family and close friends seating, but there is much outside room for others to help us celebrate and still meet social distancing requirements. We encourage all who attend to wear a mask for yourself and for others.\n\nKirk will be buried in the Family Gravesite in Montpelier, Id; at a later date.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, the “Manor Children Memorial Fund” has been established at the Mountain America Credit Union, South Ogden, UT. and will provide education funding for Saxton and Sloane.\n\nA special thanks to Provident Funeral Home for the loving care they exhibited to Kirk and to the Manor Family.