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Thomas Koch April 23, 1946 - March 29, 2021

Thomas Koch

Mr. Thomas Koch, age 74, passed away on March 29, 2021.

Thomas was born in Cincinnati, OH to Joseph and Lela Koch. Thomas married Judith Koch on October 10, 1969 in Cincinnati, Ohio and she survives. Thomas worked as a fleet mechanic for the City of Cincinnati, retiring in 2004.

Thomas is survived by his loving wife of 51 years, Judith Koch, daughters; Stephania Jo Colwell and Lara (Randy) Stam, grandchildren; Chloe Rose, Emma Belle, Randy Dane II, Lara Grace and Max Christian, grand-dog Skylark Jo, brothers; Daniel Koch and James (Fran) Koch and many extended relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Services for Mr. Thomas Koch will be held on Sunday, April 11th at 5:00 PM at First Baptist Church of Glen Este, 1034 Old State Route 74, Batavia, OH 45103. Thomas will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens in Springfield Township.

Memorial donations can be directed to First Baptist Church of Glen Este, https://app.siteorganic.com/App/Giving/firs1034252. Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com.

Services for Mr. Thomas Koch will be held on Sunday, April 11th at 5:00 PM at:
First Baptist Church of Glen Este
1034 Old State Route 74
Batavia, OH 45103.


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    Daniel E Koch says

    I choose to remember Tom as my little brother on the farm outside of Greenhills. He was small and we had a great deal of fun chasing the chickens, collecting salamanders in the near by creek and all those great days running around with no shoes. I miss the life we had on the farm and I miss my little brother. Tommy someday we will visit those days again. Love Danny

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    Michelle Heusinkveld says

    I have so many fond memories of Tom. Most of being at your house or Aunt Virgies in Mt Adams with Grandma and Grandpa. Tom sitting on the front porch talking like Donald Duck. To little me I loved that. He was very special to all of us. Love ya.

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    Pat Trimpe says

    Deepest sympathy from Pat and the Trimpe family!

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    The Hamilton’s, Max, Traci, Piper, Lawson, and Tennyson says

    Steph, we were sorry to here about your dad. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this tough time. If there’s anything we can do for you please let us know.

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    Jan Keller says

    Steph, I have such fond memories of Tom, especially when we were all at the lake together. He had a huge heart and always made everyone feel welcome. We were all blessed to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Jan

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    Suzanne Dunham says

    Steph, some of my favorite memories include Tom and you. The mark he left is great, and because of this he’ll never really be gone. My deepest condolences to you during this sad time—please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need a shoulder of support. Love Suzanne

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    Steph Colwell says

    Tom, dad. These words are one in the same to the little six year old that waited patiently for a hand to hold. On the day you married my mom we became a family. From Mount Adams to Williamstown Lake to South Bantam we journeyed and there was joy and there was pain. From Marian High basketball to Thomas Funeral Home softball you never missed a game. From military service to my job at GE you were my biggest fan. You lifted me up and you were truly and lovingly the best dad that you didn’t have to be. Thank you for your service and Rest In Peace from a job well done. Until we meet again I will always love you—Stephie

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    Angie Campbell says

    My prayers and love are with you all. May God be with each of you during this time.

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    Vernon Taylor says

    Tom was a great friend to me and I wish I would have meet him and Judy earlier in life. Fun loving great guy! He always had a good joke and I enjoyed sitting on the beach with him watching the boats go by at Lake Waynoka. I appreciate his time time on the behalf of Lake Waynoka as a member of the board of trustees. I am sorry for your loss.

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    Prescilla Redick says

    Judy and family, my heart aches for you all. Tom was the best guy, my friend and neighbor. I will keep you all in my prayers and heart. God Bless
    Tim and Prescilla Redick

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    Kathy Seeforth says

    Judy, Lara, Randy and the entire Stam family, you are in my heart and prayers. I did not know Tom but he left a great legacy in his family. Love to all!

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    Dan Singer says

    Tommy was a wonderful uncle and an even better friend. He meant a great deal to my family. He was loved by many people, and our lives will be a little less bright for his passing.

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