Ricky Paul Koch

Ricky Paul Koch

August 31, 1956 ~ April 26, 2021

In the early morning of Monday, April 26th 2021, devoted husband, father, and grandfather, Rick Koch passed away at the age of 64.
Rick always loved his family and spending time with them fishing, having barbecues, and listening to classic rock while lounging in the pool.
He kept his yard pristine with beautiful flowers and plants. Rick would get so excited when a new flower bloomed. Rick was a proud Army veteran that loved and respected the American Flag and everything it stands for. Rick was one of the fortunate ones to be able to provide for his family for forty plus years doing the things he truly enjoyed like painting, woodworking, and being a great mechanic. There are so many great things to say about this amazingly simple man, but most importantly he was loved and admired by all who knew him. He will always be loved and never forgotten.

Memorial Service to be held at
St. Ann’s Catholic Church
26 Dogwood Trail
Debary, FL 32713
9:00 am



May 5, 2021, 1:25 pm

Sharon, Cassandra, Rebecca,and Justin Rick was very dear to us. He was a great friend for many years. We are so saddened at his passing. We loved playing cards with him and Sharon, boating, and concerts at Seaworld. You will truly be missed.

Dave Davis

May 6, 2021, 8:00 pm

Rick, I just want to Thank YOU for being there for me! I bought a little home in Edgewater that needed much renovation. Being from Pittsburgh I would go down and do as much as I could. I somehow came across a small blue paper that had your contact information and a “No Job too Small” note. I have no idea how this came into my possession but I know that God was behind it! Rick from the moment I met you I found an honesty and peacefulness about you! You also possessed a plethora of knowledge about construction. You have done many things to make this little house a home for me and my family. We worked together on many project since 2017. Every time I came to town to work I would check to see if you were available, it wasn’t often that you couldn’t. From the second I saw you each time I was torturing you with my weird sense of humor. You always took it in stride. I know that you knew I truly Loved you as a brother and a friend, I felt the same back! We would sweat, work, eat and unfortunately the days always had to end! I would call you often from Pittsburgh just to see how you were doing, I really enjoyed our friendship! When you had to go on oxygen it didn’t sound good. The last time I got to speak with you was 4-13-2021. I called to see how you were getting along and to tell you that I lost my little sister on 4-11-2021. You were happy to hear from me, I told you I Loved you and hoped that we could get together again soon! Rick I will see you in Heaven!
Dave Davis

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