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Irv Koch

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  • David Bratman
    Some of us will remember him ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 20, 2005
      Some of us will remember him ...

      >Irvin Koch passed away Saturday November 19. His wife, Kay Pinckney, said
      >that he died peacefully while taking a nap. He had not had any new or major
      >health problems before his passing. Irv was 58 years old.
      > Kay provided some tentative details about the funeral arrangements. She
      >believes the funeral will be next Tuesday, but final details will be
      >announced later. The burial will be in Kay's hometown of Jackson, GA. The
      >funeral home in Jackson is Haister Funeral Home (770-775-3117). An
      >Atlanta-area funeral director, Dressler's Funeral Home, will help with the
      >arrangements.
      > Most of you knew Irv. Like some fans, he was not always the easiest person
      >to get along with. But he always tried his best and accomplished a lot in
      >his fannish career. Even if he did not attempt to start an activity, he
      >usually gave others free use of his extensive database of fannish people and
      >activities. Irv started Chattacon in the mid-1970's.
      >To contact Irv's widow, Kay Pinckney, you may send E-mail to
      >kay.pinckney@.... Cards and letters may be addressed to: Kay Pinckney
      >3630 Salem Drive Lithonia, GA 30038
    • WendellWag@aol.com
      Irv was treasurer of the 1994 Mythcon in Washington, D.C. and (I believe) came to a couple of other Mythcons. Wendell Wagner [Non-text portions of this message
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 20, 2005
        Irv was treasurer of the 1994 Mythcon in Washington, D.C. and (I believe)
        came to a couple of other Mythcons.

        Wendell Wagner


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