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Robert Koechlin Jr. Obituary
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July 08, 2015

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January 3, 2013
Today I read an article about skiing, and it mentioned the famed "Hangman" trail at Mammoth. I immediately went back to 1996. I took a trip to L.A. to visit Bob, and stayed in his west coast ski haus. It had dumped more snow than I had ever seen, so Bob and I headed to the Hangman trail, "just to take a look." Bob looked at me, smiled, and jumped in. I followed, fell, and after composing myself, looked up 30 feet above me, where Bob was crying in laughter. And then all of a sudden, extreme skier Glen Plake launched in, skied in between us, with Bob and I sitting in the snow saying only one thing; "sick." Kiana, I hope one day you'll launch Hangman in your Dad's honor, giggling all the way down...
December 29, 2012
Robert. I knew you well enough to know you were a good person. My condolences to your wife and family. Robert I hope you are enjoying wherever you are as much as you enjoyed your time here. You are a good person and that will be enough no matter where you are. There is a reason for everything and I hope you know that reason well before we do.
December 26, 2012
Dear Mrs. Koechlin,
Thank you for sending your condolences to my family as my brother, Paul, was killing in a bicycling related incident on 11/24/2012 just as your husband. Our prayers are with you and his family during this difficult Christmas time. I wish you & your daughter all the best and know that you will all be together again in Heaven.
December 25, 2012
Merry Christmas my love.
We miss you and hope the heavens are as beautiful as you thought they would be.
Nilufer and Kiana
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