OBITUARY

Jack Koch

March 18, 1933July 1, 2013

Jack Koch, 80, of Oklahoma City, OK passed away quietly Monday, July 1, 2013 at Baptist Integris following a short illness. Jack was born March 18, 1933 in Oklahoma City, OK to Lucille Maxson and Kenneth H. Koch; both who preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Kenneth Harold Koch, Jr. and his first wife Mary. In 1985 he met the love of his life Patti, and they married October 18, 1985. They had twenty-eight wonderful years together. Jack is survived by his wife, Patti; daughter Jacque Robinson (Greg), sons Michael Koch, John Koch and Sean Winn (Kelli) and daughter Kisa Dawson. He was “Papaw” to grandchildren Lennon, Hailey, Zachary and Hayden. He is also survived by sister Dorothy Gatti (Joe), sister-in-law LaJoy Koch and nieces, nephew, cousins and a multitude of friends. Jack was a fantastic husband, father, grandfather and friend who loved his family, friends and life; he will be missed. He was an inspiration to all with a smile on his face even during this time of health trials and tribulations. Jack retired as a Senior Designer Engineer from OG&E in 1994 after forty years of service. He was very active in the BPOE and was a member of Lindsay Elks Lodge #2351. He was also very active in Windsor Forest NA, WAND, WABG and OG&E Retirees and was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church. And, Jack enjoyed being a HAM Radio Operator (WD5ITW). Services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Monday, July 8th at Guardian West Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to the Elks National Foundation (ENF) or the charity of your choice.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, July 8, 2013
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Ken Biddle

July 9, 2013

Patti,
I am sorry for you loss. Jack was a good friend while we worked at OG&E together. When everyone was getting a CB radio Jack helped me buy the right kind of antenna for good transmission and reception. He really knew what he was doing. Mostly I remember playing cards with him at lunch in Corporate HQ. Jack was everyone's friend, in my opinion. He was always happy and smiling no matter who was around. No doubt he is at peace in heaven now that he has been called home. That's why we are all here on this earth. Thanks for all your messages sent to my email, Patti. Your sharing brings smiles every day.

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Jack and Patti Koch have been our dear friends for many years, Jack was always smiling and friendly to all he met. Jack came by almost daily to drink coffee and talk with us. Jack and Patti had a long and wonderful marrige and were always a loving couple. Patti I know you will miss Jack, but think back on the many happy years you had together. With love - Everyone at Kirks

Tracy Robison

July 8, 2013

Sending prayers,comfort and lots of love. I'm just around the corner if you need anything. Love you all!

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