LANCASTER, CA, U.S.A.
U.S. AIR FORCE
A1C, COMMUNICATIONS SIGNALS ANALYST, 381ST INTELLIGENCE SQUADRON
12/03/2011, ANCHORAGE, AK
Robert William Koyle III was born April 1, 1985 in Lancaster, California. He passed away December 3, 2011 in Anchorage, Alaska at the age of 26. Robert graduated from Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2003.
He attended AV College and UC Santa Cruz before joining the United States Air Force. Robert served as a Communications Signals Analyst with the 381st Intelligence Squadron, where he posthumously received the Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service to the United States Air Force and the Department of Defense.
Robert loved the outdoors, History and doing research. He enjoyed playing with his dogs, Teddy and Chloe, and loved competitive sports. His most recent sport was ping-pong. Robert’s competitive edge proudly earned him the title of number one ping-pong player of the Baker Flight.
A1C Koyle is survived by his parents and numerous family members and friends.
This is my hero, A1C Robert W Koyle III. Known as a Ping Pong Champion, artist and outdoor man to most, but a loving, devoted, funny husband to me. A hero to all, but to me, my love. Reflection of his wife, Roni Rene Koyle.