To The Koch Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss.
We are thinking about your family and keeping you in prayer.
The Marchbank Family
I knew Adam from the Y. He was an amazing young man who had a wonderful family and great support and love. We will all miss him.
I served with Adam in Ely, NV during the fall/winter of 2000. He was a good man and one of the meekest I have ever met. To the family, my condolences. To Adam, serve well and enjoy your rest among the Saints both noble and great.
Drew and Crystalyn, the loss of a sibling is one like no other. Bless you and yours through time.
We were friends with Adam in the singles Ward in Colorado Springs. He was always sincere & loving. Our prayers go out to his family.
Our condolences & love,
Dave & Britton Jenkins
Elder Koch and I were companions in Mesquite NV in 2001. My condolences to the family.
Hearing about his passing has made today a heavy day.
What a wonderful funeral. My love and prayers go out to your whole family.
I was one of Adams mission companions in Las Vegas. He was a great person to work with and always had a smile on his face. I'm glad he can rest now.
Sandy, Thinking of you today. ..." May the Lord hold you all in the palm, of His hand..."
I met Adam 18 years ago. Nothing got this great man down. Despite missing a semester in school, still graduated on time. He, Kelly and I went hiking and backpacking. He was always looking for the next adventure in his life. my favorite picture of us is leaving to backpack up Stanley Cannon, a trip that I will never forget.
What a guy!!! Actually, he was one of the nicest young men we have been privileged to know. He was loved so much because of who he was and the example he set for everyone who knew him. Our love, thoughts, and prayers are with the family. Tom and LeAnne Sorensen
I knew Adam for a short time a few years back and he was friendly and a delight to talk with. You will be missed by many Adam. You are in God's loving arms now.
I've read all of the tributes of this wonderful son of God and find myself wishing that I had known him much better. He was very accomplished. I had no idea he had earned his Silver Beaver in scouting. That is no small feat. We love you and are thinking of and praying for you at this time.
I only knew Adam for a short while at the "Y", but could easily tell that he was a definite inspiration to all who had the pleasure of his company. He will be missed, but is now in the company of angels, with no pain. God Bless,
My life sure was blessed the day I met Adam. Our relationship was a unique God-given friendship I'll cherish always. I close my eyes and see his beautiful smile..it could light up any dark day. Thank you Lord for giving us such a wonderful Angel until you needed him for a better purpose. I love you Adam!
He was a great great teammate of ours in special Olympics he will always be a blue dragon you will be miss
We were very fortunate to have been able to meet and get to know Adam. He was a sweet determined young man who was an inspiration to all of us at the Y swim class. May God keep him in his loving arms. God be with you,his family, through this sorrowful yet glorious time.
It was our pleasure to give Adam a lift to the Y occasionally when Barb was unavailable. What a wonderful young man. He will be missed very much by all his friends. May God comfort your whole family during this sad time in your lives. Adam. . . Go with God! Love, Shirley & Lee Chapman.
Adam will be missed by many. Our group at the Y loved and adored him. Such a wonderful INSPIRATION to mankind. He walked in Jesus footsteps all of the days of his life. He suffered and he triumphed. What a gift he was. Now he walks with Our Heavenly Father. As his parents you must have been chosen by God. Blessed with Faith, Patience, Love, and Compassion. As we all rejoice on Easter Morning Adam will be with us, no longer in pain. May God Bless and keep you on His Care!
Very sorry to hear he lost his battle, but he's been called back for a higher purpose.
On behalf of all the Shefchiks , we send our condolences to the Koch family. We love you all. We loved Adam. We know that his spirit is now free to enjoy the things that he believed so much in.
We love you, Bill and Judy Shefchik.