Kenai resident, Mr. Troy Eugene Pabst died Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007 at his house in Kenai. He was 46.
A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007 at the First Baptist Church of Fort Nikiski, 51175 Island Lake Road. Pastor Harold Lewis will officiate.
Mr. Pabst was born Aug. 23, 1961, to Ronald and Betty Ann Pabst to San Diego. He was employed by Schlumberger for 16 years. He also worked on in the oil field and fished in Alaska and the Lower 48. Mr. Pabst was a member of the Nikiski New Hope Christian Fellowship Church as well as Inlet Faith Church. He spent many years actively participating in the rodeo scene as a team roper. Mr. Pabst loved scuba diving in his younger years and always dreamed of opening a scuba shop in Florida. He was a wonderful cook and enjoyed the finer foods. He liked anything to do with the outdoors. His greatest love was his daughter Lindsay; he loved her more than anything in the world.
"Troy was a kind man who cherished his friends and family. Troy and Laura had a beautiful daughter Lindsay. Troy was able to fix anything mechanical that he got his hands on. He loved to tinker with any kind of machine. He also took great pride in his landscaping," his family wrote.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Glen Pabst.
He is survived by his daughter, Lindsay Pabst of Kenai, and former spouses, Carol Combs and Laura Pabst.
Memorial donations may be made in memory of Mr. Pabst to Lindsay Nicole Pabst at Alaska USA bank, account number 1274062.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.
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