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216 York Road
Warminster, PA 18974
Phone: (215) 675-2070
Fax: (215) 675-4320
David Koehler

David Leroy Koehler

Wednesday, July 18th, 1956 - Monday, December 23rd, 2019
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David Leroy Koehler, 63 of Ottsville, Pa passed away on December 23, 2019. David is survived by his loving mother Patricia Driesbach (nee Gassert), beloved children Danielle Koehler, and Matthew Koehler; caring siblings Rick Driesbach, Chuck Driesbach, Donna Eiser, Guy Driesbach, and Scott Driesbach; as well as several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.
David graduated from Central Bucks West High School. He was a diesel machanic at Vanderlely’s Auto in Ottsville, Pa for well over 40 years. David loved Harley’s, motorcycles, trucks, and fishing.
Relatives and friends are invited to David’s Life Celebration on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 from 10:30AM-12 Noon, followed by a time of sharing at Noon at Decker-Givnish Life Celebration Home, 216 York Rd., Warminster, Pa 18974. Interment private.
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We will miss this kind and gentle brother. May God bless his soul and comfort all of us in our grief! Rick, Charlotte, Sabrina, and Rick Jr
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Rusty & Donna Kloske

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We are sorry to see ya leave us so early Dave, none of us were ready for it. We went through a lot together and we'll see you again on the other end.
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Janet Vincenti

Posted at 04:26pm
To plant a tree in your name, David, signifies and celebrates your life's journey, with metamorphic changes that gave us so much in return.
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Janet Vincenti

Posted at 04:12pm
My deepest sympathy and condolences to David's immediate family, extended family, friends, and those who crossed his path whom he would then later befriend. David could make friends out of strangers, and a bigger heart I will never experience. He graced my life and fufilled one of his many roles, first as a friend, my date, then husband, step-father, ex-husband, and subsequently, my life-long friend. I met David, decades ago, through his mother Pat's day care business, where she welcomed me and my girls with open arms and so much love on day one. The entire family had a part in my life and the life of my children and remained forever grateful for that blessing. David's mother (and family) played a major role in co-parenting my daughters, who began attending day care at a very young age and remained there until full time days at school occurred. No wonder David was so good with children, and I believe he himself remained a child at heart throughout his entire life because of it. I respected and admired his lasting love for his mother, and often reminded him that a good son was also the reflection of a good man. It may have taken decades, but like an onion, peeling back his layers revealed a kind spirit who so deserved the love he received and remembering all that love somehow allows grief's blows to land a tad lighter. Our memories become the medicine in the aftermath of great loss. Choosing a most beloved memory is difficult, as there are many stories running through my head during this time of great shock and sadness. However now is the time to honor his life, so I will remember his presence as a good man, his unwavering loyalty to those he loved, his brilliance as a mechanic (and later a master mechanic), how he stepped in as a husband and step-father following a tragedy in my life, the way he always "showed up" when anyone needed help (sometimes at his own expense - he would put the needs of others before himself), his beautiful eyelashes that framed those telling eyes, how he wore his heart on his sleeve, how well he wore his cowboy boots back in the day, how very much he loved his family, and so much more. In honor of my lost friend, I will share this funny and unexpected moment during a time in our life's journey... we were moving from a rural farmhouse to a Harleysville twin, and being the man of the house, he was tasked to secure the moving truck and I the packing. This was a house that like so many others on the town's main street, had a narrow alleyway to get to the back of the house; it would be impossible to gain entry from the front, which was part of the town's sidewalk system, so everyone used the alleyway. With the help of one of his good buddies (whom he worked at V.'s with), here comes the biggest rig I had ever seen, disallowing any further passage through the alley for hours. We could have moved the entire block with that truck. No surprise he was known to some as Diesel Dave. I am grateful that life allowed me the opportunity to spend time with him during our retirement years when both time and pace slowed down enough to do so. I know he would not want us to to forever weep for him, but rather remember him with love, and for us to continue to seek and remain on our own path to happiness, to love unconditionally, to try and be the best person we could be, and to never take anything for granted. I'll miss you Davey. You died knowing you had won a forever spot in my heart, that I was grateful for the chance to tell you so, and for the chance to continue our friendship. May you now rest in peace with those who were there awaiting to embrace you in your time of need. Keep a watchful eye over all of us and put in a few good words. - Janet Vincenti
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