Kenneth Joe Koontz
Melissa Lou Hill Koontz
Madison Glenn Koontz
Marley Ann Koontz

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Kenneth Joe and Melissa Lou Hill Koontz

Kenneth Joe Koontz and his loving wife Melissa Lou Hill Koontz along with their two daughters Madison Glenn and Marley Ann of Brackettville Texas went to their heavenly home Sunday, April 14, 2013. They are survived by their son and brother, Kenneth Zachary Koontz. Ken and Melissa blessed us with their love and acceptance. They saw the best in everyone and raised their children to do the same. God blessed us all by sharing them with each of us.

Ken had a passion for the great outdoors, flying and loved working with his hands. He had a love for life and could always be counted on to lend a helping hand. Uncle Kenny was a favorite play partner for all his nieces and nephews. One of his happiest moments was when his son and best friend Zachary was born.

Melissa was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. She spoke from the heart and shared her faith and love. Melissa's beauty shined from her eyes and radiated forth and warmed us all deeply. The brightest smiles were to be found when she was watching Madison act, Marley playing sports and Zach creating with Legos. She loved sitting and having a cup of tea and sharing her life with her prayer partners and bible study groups.

Madison and Marley were both shining examples of young Christian ladies. Both of them list the book Heaven is for Real as a favorite. Both young ladies saw the beauty and goodness in others before anything else.

Madison lit up the world with her smile on the sideline cheering and on the stage taking on a variety of roles. She loved Tae Kwon Do and teaching others about this and The Lord . She had a passion for music which she had hoped to share and develop at Texas A & M Corpus Christi. Her words of hope and listening heart will be missed by the many who counted her as a friend.

Marley always had a smile on her face and kind words for others. She loved her friends and family and enjoyed spending time with all. Marley was always taking care of animals and loved her sweet dogs Bella and Sammy. Her Facebook page reflected her strong faith. God is love. God is life.

Our hearts mourn the loss of Ken, Melissa, Madison and Marley.

They are survived by a large family and extended family: Mothers Selma Clements Koontz and Lucinda Wilson Hill.

Brothers and sisters Dan and Pam Koontz,Kimberlee and Mike Humble, David and Renee Koontz,Lucinda Kelly, Bettie and Steve Fedrizzi, Emily and Randall Bolander,Hilda and Andy Wertz, Maggie and Barry Johnson,Sam and Carol Hill, Jane Hill

Nieces, nephews and cousins: Megan and Leslie Bolander,Heather and Scott,Gilbertson and Emily Fedrizzi, Matthew Henniger and Cinda Kelly, Emma, Melanie, Hannah and Caroline WertzElla, Charles and Lillie Johnson, Tracy and Angel Hill, Chris Jorgenson and Richie Hill,Graham and Grady Koontz, Ryan Humble, Reid and Charlotte Humble, Macy Koontz.

They were preceded in death by father and grandfather G. Doyle Koontz and Richard C. Hill, brother Richard D. Hill and nephews william D. Hill and Gary Hill.

Visitation for Ken, Melissa, Madison and Marley will be Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the Brackettville Civic Center. Funeral service will be Monday, April 22, 2013, at 10:00 am at the Brackettville Civic Center. A private burial for the immediate family will follow.

In lieu of flowers the families are requesting for donations to be made to the Koontz Family Memorial Scholarship fund which will honor the families dedication and love for education and Brackettville. Donations will be accepted through the Brackettville ISD at P.O. Box 586 Brackettville, TX 78832.

Please visit our website at and sign our online guestbook.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Sunset Memorial Oaks Funeral Home & Cemetery, 2020 Bedell Ave., Del Rio, Texas 78840, (830)778-2020.




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