David Koprivich

Obituary of David C. Koprivich

David C. Koprivich "The Pool Man" 56 of New Egypt passed away April 3, 2020. A graduate of Steinert High School, Class of 1981 where he played soccer and was a Goalie. He attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. David was employed by Poolcorp, SPC in Lakewood and was formerly a Lambertville NJ Police Officer. Active member of the Plumstead Township TNR. An avid Detroit Lions fan. He was a trivia enthusiast and hurricane sandy squashed his chance to be on the show Jeopardy. Dave enjoyed playing Golf and he got his Hole-in-One on July 27, 2004 at the Rock Hill Golf and CC, Manorville, New York. Son of the late Donald Williams. Surviving are his wife of 32 years Helene Danko Koprivich. His mother Marie Starlip Williams. Mother in law Angelina Danko (Late Daniel Danko Sr.) Brother in law and Sisters in law Angelina and Carl Natter Sr., Carolyn and Edward LaPaugh Sr., and Daniel and Lori Danko Jr. Nieces and nephews Carl Natter Jr. ( Susan Fry), Dan Natter, Edward and Ashley LaPaugh Jr., Kristi LaPaugh and Danny Danko III. His Grand nephew Declan LaPaugh. His fur babies Zoey and Luna. Many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and very special close friends. Due to the Corona Virus pandemic the funeral services for Dave are private, but, a Celebration of Life and Funeral service will be announced when safe to do so. Dave was an Organ Donor to help other people to live through the NJ Sharing Network. Memorial donations may be made to Plumstead Twp TNR, 218 Archertown Road, New Egypt NJ 08533, or to All About them Giant Breed Rescue, 204 Archetown Road, New Egypt. NJ 08533 or to Wounded Warrior Project, 4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, Jacksonville, Florida 32256 Please leave a condolence or message or fond memory at knottscolonialfuneralhome.com on Dave's webpage.
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