Nathan Lee Kirk, 70, of Dardanelle, died Sunday, January 23, 2022, under the compassionate care of his daughter at her home in Dover. A memorial service will be held 3:00 PM, Monday, January 31, 2022, in Humphrey Funeral Home Chapel with family visitation one-hour prior beginning at 2:00 PM. A private family committal was held in the new Chapel of Light at the J. Herman Humphrey Dignity Cremation Center with cremation arrangements by Humphrey Funeral Service.\n\nNathan is survived by his two daughters, Amada Lee (Rickie) of Dover, and Jessica Gamble of Gastonia, NC; two sons, Jason Kirk & Josh Kirk both of Centerville; eight granddaughters, Kaytlyn Rye (Ronnie) of Russellville; Shelby Steuber (Garrett) of London; Sadey Gamble of Gastonia, NC; Laken Collins (Jordan) of Kendallville, IN; Haley Kirk (Marshall) of Russellville; Britney Kirk of Centerville; Isabella Lee of Dover; and Sophia Kirk of Centerville; four grandsons, Hunter Rye (Shaylee), Dylan Kirk, Devin Kirk & Keaton Kirk all of Centerville; five great grandchildren, Ronald Goodloe, Reagan Cox, Harper Collins, Arianna Gamble & Owen Collins; and his bonus daughter, Candi Reddell.\n\nNathan was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Bessie Dean Silva & Kitty Martin; and a son, Joel Ryan "J.R." Kirk.\n\nThe son of Samuel Sanders & Delois Nellie (Bolden) Kirk, he was born May 18, 1951, in Russellville. He was a driver with Beacon Tire and also worked in maintenance for the City of Dardanelle for over 20 years. He was of the Jehovah Witness religion and enjoyed motorcycles, flea markets, rock & country oldies, bird watching, a gun and classic auto enthusiast and spending time with his grandchildren, family and friends.\n\nInternet obituary and online guestbook are available at www.humphreyfuneral.com.