David Michael Koch Jr.

David Michael Koch Jr.

David Michael Koch Jr., 30 of North Sewickley Twp., passed away on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 in Corpus Christi, Texas.  He was born on February 24, 1991 the son of David M. Koch Sr.  and Pamela (Inman) Dietrich.  He was a Safety Manager working in Texas for Performance Contractors Inc. He graduated Riverside High School and Slippery Rock University.  David was an avid sportsman, spending the majority of his time where he loved to be, outdoors with his family, hunting Caribou in Canada, Mule Deer and Antelope in Wyoming, Moose in Newfoundland and Mountain Lion in Montana. He especially enjoyed running his dogs Jr’s Dizzy Dot and Buddy racoon hunting. He was a member of the Bridgewater Presbyterian Church.   He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents: Melvin and Lena Koch, Ellwood City.  He is survived by his beloved parents: David (Debbie Jones) Koch Sr., Rochester Twp. and Pamela (Jeff) Dietrich, North Sewickley; his brother: Matthew (Kylie Hebert) Koch; sisters: Kathy (Nate) Clark, Mary (Branden) Tyler, Khris Dietrich, Marcy (Jerry) Wilson, and Sylvia Ruck; his maternal grandparents: Ernest & Barbara Inman; his aunts and uncles: Judy Koch, Lisa Koch, Dennis (Laurie) Koch, Mark Inman, & Bruce (Holly) Inman; nieces: Mikayla Dietrich, Lena Anderson and Piper Tyler, nephews: D’Adrian Dietrich, Dominic Anderson, Aiden and Layne Clark, his girlfriend: Chelsey Parisi-Brognano and numerous cousins.  We would also like to recognize his lifelong “brother” Ian Farmer and all his Performance Family.  Friends will be received on Sunday July 11, 2021 from 2pm until 7pm in the Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Rochester. Where a service will be held on Monday at 11am conducted by Pastor McNeel  Interment will follow in Sylvania Hills Memorial Park.  In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to be made to Hunt of a Lifetime Foundation, PO Box 241 Harborcreek, PA 16421 or   Welcome | Hunt Of A Lifetime.  An organization dedicated to sending terminally ill children on a Hunt of a Lifetime of their choice.

14 thoughts on “David Michael Koch Jr.

  1. David was an amazing young man , It was a pleasure to get to know him at our lodge , He was a great hunter and became family to us , our hearts are broken , he will be greatly missed , Our deepest heartfelt sympathies to his family .

  2. Seeing them grow up is the most beautiful dream and see them leave you like this is the most difficult thing to experience in life….
    May God give you the strength to get through this devastating loss. My prayers and love to you all.

  3. It was pleasure calling you my friend/ my brother from another mother, I’m gonna miss you.

  4. I loved you the minute God put you under my heart. I was so blessed to be your mom, I’ll love you forever and a day.
    Be at peace my son,
    “The only scars in heaven are on the hands that hold you now”.

  5. I enjoyed our time working together. It was a pleasure getting to know you. You are a fine young man and an excellent safety manager. You will be missed!

  6. Our very deepest sympathy. Hold your wonderful memories close to your hearts.

    From Mike and Judy Meola
    Branden and Mary Dietrich Tyler’s Grandparents

  7. Our deepest sympathy. Hold your wonderful memories close to your hearts.
    From, Mike and Judy Meola
    (Branden and Mary Dietrich Tyler’s Grandparents)

  8. Dear Pam & Matt,
    My deepest condolences to you and your family. I am so sorry for your incredible loss. May God hold you in his arms and may you find comfort in your memories and the support of your loved ones. 🙏🙏

  9. David,
    The hunt of your lifetime is waiting for you!! Ian will forever miss you and your friendship. Rest in Peace & love.
    Family,
    May you have peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, & loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
    Our heartfelt sympathy,
    Maxine Farmer & family

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