Carisa Alan Kohutek

September 18, 1984January 29, 2021

Carisa Alan Kohutek was born on September 18, 1984 and passed away on January 29, 2021 and is under the care of Sunset Northwest Funeral Home.

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Carisa Alan Kohutek

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Andres Acevedo

February 6, 2021

Mrs. Kohutek was my favorite teacher all of time. Such a kind, caring and genuine mentor that is very rare in life. My condolences are with her family, whom she always spoke so highly of. I will always cherish how much she cared about my education and future endeavors. May your impact last an eternity.

Jill Matula

February 5, 2021

Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Rylee Ballew

February 5, 2021

Mrs. Kohutek was one of the most amazing women I have ever met. I got the honor of knowing her first in 2018 when I was lucky enough to have her as my History teacher. She truly was the best history teacher I have ever had, and it was such a blessing to have known her for 3 years. Although she is gone way too soon, she will forever have left a lasting imprint in my life just as I know she has for everyone else who has known her.

To her husband and son: You had the most wonderful wife and mother. And although this tragedy has happened, I pray that you will be able to remember her for all of the good she has done, and all of the lives she has touched. All of her students are reminders of lives she has changed for the better just for being in it. She will have a lasting legacy in this world. She adored you, and she made it apparent in her classroom. She spoke of both of you often and it was always in adoration. I pray that you remember on the days that you especially miss her, that she only has ever wanted the best for her little family, and that has not changed and will never change.

To her parents: You had raised an amazing woman, and all of the students whose lives she touched are because of you. You raised her with kindness and empathy, and that is something that will never be forgotten. You could tell that this woman who was full of only love and so much of it, learned what she knew from you. Thank you for bringing her into our lives.

Please know that so many are mourning this loss with you all. You are not alone. Again, I pray for healing and peace with the Kohutek family. I pray for healing and peace with her close family and friends. And I pray for healing and peace with her students.
It truly was an honor knowing her.
Rest in blissful peace, Mrs. Kohutek.
I love you, and I miss you.
Fly high forever.

Kyle Ballew

February 3, 2021

Never have I met a more kind or energetic soul than when I met Carisa at CSU on our dorm floor at Corbet. We shared so many laughs that I will cherish forever and I could only imagine the wife, mother and professional that she became was 2nd to none. My heart is broken for her family and no words will do justice for what you are going through but I do know that the sun will shine a little brighter from now on knowing that heaven gained the best smile yet.

Rest easy Ducky

Muhammad Ahmed

February 3, 2021

An amazing teacher and an even better person. May god bless her soul. Prayers to the family.