Chase Hotelke Narcomey
Chase Hotelke Narcomey passed away unexpectedly on July 3, 2023, at the age of 34.
The loss of Chase has been felt everywhere his life has taken him. Chase Narcomey was brought into this world on May 30th, 1989, in Edmond, OK to Frank Hotelke, Cindy Narcomey, and brother Carson Hotelke Narcomey.
Chase has always been drawn to adventure and the natural beauty created in God’s world. This attraction has taken Chase to Bellingham, Washington, and Honolulu, Hawaii where his charm reached everyone he encountered.
Chase possessed many attributes that were uniquely him, from shoes to tattoos, you knew he was one of a kind. There was a warmth about him that many fortunate people were able to see. Hardworking, obsessive, and driven were some of the many qualities that he would call “being a Narcomey”.
Chase’s smile and charisma would carry a room, melt hearts and draw admiration and instant connection. As we trudge the road forward, through grief and sadness, the stories of Chase’s warmth and smile remind us how special he was to so many.
Chase Narcomey is preceded in death by his father, Frank Hotelke Narcomey. Chase is survived by his mother, Cindy Narcomey, Brother Carson and Raegan Narcomey, their children Stella and Jax, The McLish Family, The Caplinger Family, The Andrews Family, and countless friends.
Chase’s memory will be carried on in the hearts and minds of all who were able to be amongst him.
Family and Friends are encouraged to attend a celebration of Chase Narcomey, Monday, July 17th at 2:00 PM at First Christian Church in Edmond, OK.
If desired, instead of flowers, a donation to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – Chase Narcomey Memorial Fund would be appreciated. https://supporting.afsp.org/campaign/ChaseNarcomeyMemorialFund
We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but are not able to. To view the service please use this link: fccedmond.org/narcomey