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In Memory of
Kenneth R. Koch
1944 - 2018
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Kenneth Ralph Koch, 74, of Greeley, CO. passed away on September 15, 2018 in Greeley.
Kenneth was born in, Eads, CO to Ralph & Ruth (Downs) Koch on February 25, 1944.
He graduated from Eads High School and Lamar Community College. Kenneth was a licensed cosmetology and instructor at Highland Hills Beauty Academy, and owned Hair Affair by Ken in Greeley. He moved to Lakewood CO and worked for ELF Publications as a test examiner until he retired. He enjoyed camping, macramé, crafts, cooking, and going to Estes Park. He loved all types of music and playing the organ for many years. His sense of humor and his love for his family and friends is how he will be remembered most.
Kenneth is survived by his brothers Gene (Suzanne) Koch and Darrell “Pete” Koch; daughters Shauna (John) Weatherly and Courtney (Nathan) Lee; son Trenton Koch; grandchildren Lacey (Bryan) Underhill, Rebekah Martinez, Hayden and Olivia Koch, Connor Lee, his first great grandchild on the way, and by his partner and best friend Tom Gonzales.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
To leave condolences with Kenneth’s family visit NCCcremation.com
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