Louise Ann Koch

Louise Ann Koch

October 03, 1942 - December 22, 2019
Lake Forest CA

Louise Ann Koch

October 03, 1942 - December 22, 2019
Lake Forest CA


Louise Ann Koch passed away December 21st  2019. She is survived by her husband Timothy, two daughters Michele Diggs and Kristina Koch, their husbands and two grandchildren. Louise celebrated life by learning all she could. Wood worker, painter, master gardener, she left her mark on the world and is celebrated in the hearts of those she touched.

A funeral mass will be held at Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church in Lake Forest CA on January 15th 2020 at 10:00am, all are welcome to attend.

If you wish to send flowers please send them to the Diggs residence at 14 Alisal Court Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

If preferred, in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org in Louise Koch’s name.


Funeral Mass

  • Date & Time: January 15, 2020 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: Santiago De Compostela Catholic Church
  • Location: 21682 Lake Forest Dr. Lake Forest, CA 92630 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 951-8599

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9 responses to Louise Ann Koch

  1. Kristina says:

    I miss you Mom..

  2. Arne says:

    God bless you Louise. Now you, Cathy and Rosemarie can get together to help guide us Koch boys. Heaven know we need it!

  3. Brian says:

    Such an amazing person! So many fond memories even though we lived so far apart.. We still have the poster from when she ran for the Senate in West Virginia downstairs. Fortunately she was able to touch all our lives and lives on through those she leaves behind until we can all be together again. Love you Aunt Louse!

  4. Aunt Louise was always so kind. She was the most lovely person. A beautiful example to all. I looked forward to seeing her when she and Uncle Tim visited from California. I will toast a glass of Campari to you soon. You will be missed! Love Jan

  5. Aunt Louise was a true inspiration and always interesting to talk to at family gatherings. She was a doer. And what she did always fascinated me. I’ve told the story countless times of how she wanted to have a store to sell plants. As I recall the story, she started off with a corner of a book store which quickly became a quarter of the store. Then half. And she continued to grow her business much larger. We still have the poster from her run for State Representative in West Virginia. When you spoke with her, she would give you her undivided attention and meaningful feedback. She had a comforting laugh and a quick wit. Aunt Louise, you will be missed, but not forgotten.

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