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Bruce G. Koch


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Bruce G. Koch Obituary
Bruce G. Koch, 81

Bruce G. Koch was born in Chicago, Illinois, on February 11, 1931 and passed away on March 12, 2012 at 81 year old in Mountain Home, Arkansas. A Memorial Service is planned for 3:00 P.M. Wednesday, April 4, 2012, in the Chapel at Roller Funeral Home with Deacon Robert Crawford officiating.

Bruce's family later settled in Logansport, Indiana, where he grew up and was educated. He attended Indiana University and is a member of Delta Chi fraternity.

He has two children by his former wife, Joan, who passed away in November, 2011. Bruce married Beverly on September 3, 1976 while living in St. Petersburg, Florida, where they lived for many years.

All of Bruce's adult life was spent in the finance, banking and real estate business in Indianapolis, Indiana, Des Moines, and Dubuque, Iowa, and St. Petersburg, Florida. He retired in 1995 from the Resolution Trust Corporation and he and Beverly moved to Mountain Home, Arkansas.

Since retirement Bruce was active in the BRMC Volunteer Auxiliary and was their first and only male President. He enjoyed bowling, boating, fishing, cooking, working on his computer and playing with his 2 dogs, Beausie and Shiloh. Both he and Beverly enjoyed playing Bridge and Mah Jongg.

Bruce is survived by his wife Beverly, his daughter Kathy Cyrulik (Lou), son Bruce G. Koch, Jr. (Cameron), grandson Jon Cyrulik, grandson Brett Koch, granddaughter Lindsey Koch, sister Phyllis Kessler, sister-in-law Jan Koch and 2 nieces, Holly Jennings (Jim) and Laurie Klapacz (Ken). Bruce was preceded in death by his parents Elsie and Phillip Koch and his brother Walter (Wally) Koch.

Bruce will always be remembered by his wonderful smile and outgoing personality. He was a strong man and a friend to everyone. He will be sorely missed by all his family and friends.

Memorials may be made to the Humane Society of Mountain Home or to the BRMC Volunteer Auxiliary.

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Published in Baxter Bulletin from Apr. 2 to Apr. 3, 2012
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