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Mark D. Koehn
July 7, 1952 - May 27, 2019

Mark D. Koehn, 66, of Eagle Point, passed away Monday, May 27, 2019 at his residence.

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  • “If he kissed me once, will he kiss me again?” Our first kiss 50 yrs ago…and many more in our 50 yrs together. I love you Poppy

  • To a man who loved God and his Lord, Jesus Christ, who wore his heart on his sleeve when it came to his faith, to a father who was so proud of his children, to a husband who loved his wife for fifty years, to a grandfather who adored his grandchildren, but for me…..he was my brother, a good brother, a great football commissioner, and he will be missed. See you when the Lord deems my time here done… you!

  • Mark was a man I looked up to – physically, spiritually and in a brotherly way. He was a gentle giant who often referred to me as ‘old man’ since I was a month or two older than him. We graduated high school together in 1970 and he married my younger sister, Denise. It turned out to be a blessing for all of us since he was the epitome of what a son in-law should be to my parents and a brother to me in so many ways. He and Denise were there for me and my wife, Lori, through some of the most trying times of my life. I’m sure he was there for my ex-wife in those same trying times and I’m sure she spiritually that too. I will always fondly remember his ability to find sarcastic humor in nearly every situation. He would consistently have a short comment to make in fun as he rolled his eyes and follow with that deep chuckle as he just grinned at you. I thank you, Mark, for each fond memory of catching those “easy” fish as our dad, Duane, called them. Each of my sons, Jason, Patrick and Nathan will cherish the fun memories we shared with you at that lake across the street. Although I never got the opportunity to hear you sing, I look forward to singing together in that Heavenly chorus in praise of our Savior, Jesus and our Heavenly Father, God Almighty. Until that day, I will miss you with great affection. I love you too, brother. Doug Grout