Mitchell Koptchak – Guestbook Entries
My heart goes out to my family, I am so proud of everyone. We all gave him the love and dignity he deserved. He will be missed. RIP I love you !
Mike and Shari Minarchick
We send our sympathies to the entire Koptchak family on the loss of Mitch. It is a tremendous loss to family and friends.
Melissa Butterworth Dixon
I am so very sorry for your loss. Love you all.
John and Anna Butler and family
So sorry to hear this. So many memories come to mind. We had some really great times with “Our Gang”. Our prayers go out to all of you. May he rest peacefully.
Michael J Moskel
Michael J Moskel
Mitch lived at the end our street and ran around with my brother Jim. I was a lot younger than those guys! I would ride my pedal bike around the neighborhood and would antagonize Mitch. He would chase me down and give me a frenchtown beating. ( They consisted of wedgies, noggies and several punches to my arms and back! ) LOL Later in life when I ran into Mitch, I would remind him of those childhood memories! He would smile and laugh about it and say he was just trying to toughen me up! He did toughen me up! He is going to be missed by so many and stories will be told about the memories with him! RIP Mitch! Prayers to the entire family!
Mitch and I were good friends growing up.
To all his friends in the 70’s he was known as “Fooey”.
I have so many good memories of those years!
Bike riding, camping out at Drane, dirt bike riding, shooting his pellet gun in the basement,
Hanging out with Mark, Nick, Sauce, Buck, Jim, his brother Rick, and so many others!
It’s those memories that will keep him alive in my heart.
Rest In Peace Fooey, we won’t forget ya, I promise.
Joanne (Kanour) Pastir
John, Harry, Rick, Edna Jane, Judy, Joni, Julie and Families:
So, sorry to hear of your loss. Hold unto all those good memories, and
I know there are many. My symapathies to all.
Tammy Chaplin Smith
I just heard about Mitch today. This is an incredibly sad loss. I’ve know Mitch or “”Mitchey Poo” as I affectionately called him, since I was 18 and he married my BFF Kim. We had a lot of fun times, and I have many fond memories of our good times spent back in the day. To his family…..I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Mitch with that devilish smile, and how we used to pick on each other just to see who could the most digs in (all in fun of course)! I hope he has found peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Tammy