Dale Lee Birk

Dale L. Birk, 83, of Simpsonville, husband of Janice Oster Birk, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, October 31, 2021.

Born in Lakeville, IN, he was as on of the late Clarence and Opal Hathaway Birk. He was a long-time member of First Baptist Church Simpsonville. Mr. Birk served our country in the United States Marine Corps. He worked for Bendix Corp. and Rockwell Automation. He loved spending time with his family and playing golf with his friends.    

In addition to his wife, Janice, he is survived by one son, Brian Birk and his wife, Martha, of Vancouver, WA; one daughter, Pamela Ogle and her husband, Scott, of Simpsonville; four grandchildren, Cassandra Birk, Sammantha Birk, Dylan Ogle, and Jodi Ogle; a sister, Shirley Davidhizer of TX; and one brother, Richard Birk of IN.  

He was preceded in death by a sister Frances Moore, and a brother Devon Birk.

A Celebration of Life Service and drop-in will be held on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 1:00 pm at First Baptist Church Simpsonville, SC in the Second Floor Auditorium of the Main Worship Center.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: McCall Hospice House, 1836 W. Georgia Rd, Simpsonville, SC 29680.

Condolences to the family of Dale Lee Birk

  • Keith Mayfield
    1 year ago

    We will surely miss our friend and Sunday School classmate. Dale was a great person, and we respected him so much for his dedication to Jan and to the Lord. We are praying for peace and comfort for the family during this difficult time.

    Keith and Cathy Mayfield

  • Loretta Kingsmore
    1 year ago

    Terry and I are so sorry to learn of Dale’s death. He had a calming presence in SS. When he spoke, people listened to his wise words. He will be missed. Terry and Loretta KingsmoreI

  • Don Louis
    1 year ago

    Dale’s humor, giggles, and work ethic as a co-worker will be forever in my memory. He will also be remembered for his extremely short backswing in golf. I was blessed to work closely with Dale. I’m sure he is smiling in Heaven. Matt 5:4.

  • Martha Birk
    1 year ago

    I am so thankful to have had such a wonderful and loving father-in-law in Dale Birk. I will never forget the time he took me to his spin class at the YMCA. He was 70 or so and incredibly fit and I was quite a bit younger and out of breath by the end of the class. Our daughters called him the silly grandpa. He would get down on the floor and play with them whten they were little. And I especially remember our trip to the Clark County fair. He was oh so devoted to family and always knew how to make us smile. He will be missed and never forgotten.

  • Charlene Stenhouse
    1 year ago

    I will always remember Dale. I worked with Dale for several years. He was kind and always had a smile. It was a blessing to have known him.

  • Linda Fearn
    1 year ago

    Brian and I want to extend our condolences to the entire Birk family. We are hoping you can have some special family time together as you celebrate Dale’s life.

  • Dale was a nice man who most always had a smile on his face. We worked together for many years. Blessings to all his family and friends. He will be missed.

  • Bill Watkins
    1 year ago

    RIP Dale, you were an awesome man! It was a pleasure working
    with you all these years while in Mishawaka, field sales and then Greenville SC. You were a good friend and coworker. Sympathies to the family.

  • Craig John Deitchley
    1 year ago

    Janice, I was very sorry to hear about Dale’s passing. He was a great man who was calm and handled a lot of things his whole life. I badley regret not being at his service,, but I assume you’ve heard about Shirley’s termanel cancer situation and I don’t leave her alone hardley ever. I would have been there for sure but I hope you understand. Old Dodge to Golf to Bkfast. Love Craig Deitchley

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