We were so very sorry to hear of the loss of your son. You both are in our prayers.
John and Leslie Loretto
DAKOTA KOUBA Dakota John Kouba came into this world May 4, 1999. Unfortunately he only spent 19 amazing years with us, until his internal pain became too great for him to bear. On December 25, 2018, our beloved son left this world for a life free of pain and suffering and to be with his sister, Cheyenne, who was taken all too soon in 2008, in a tragic accident. Dakota will forever be remembered by his mother, Kimberly and his father, Rory. He will also live on in the memory of many family members including grandmothers, Mary Houston and Marlene Kouba; and grandfather, John Wasserburger. Countless aunts, uncles, cousins and friends will also keep his memory alive. In his lifetime, Dakota attended Seton academy, Green Valley Christian St. Viator, and was a graduate of Bishop Gorman High School class of 2017. He was an avid gamer and loved his loyal companion, Sparta. He was truly his happiest outside, whether it was hiking in the Redwoods with his uncle Tim, playing at the ranch with Michael and Willy, road tripping with is mom, or fishing in Alaska with his dad and Gramps, but the times he held most dear were the times he spend with his litter sister, Cheyenne. Services will be at 11 a.m. Sat., Jan. 5, at Palm Mortuary, in the King David Chapel, 7600 S. Eastern Ave. Las Vegs, NV 89123. A reception will follow the ceremony. Everyone who knew him is welcome to come and celebrate his life. We are encouraging people to donate to the National Suicide Awareness campaign.
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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Dec. 30, 2018.