Charles Michael “Mike” Sloan

Charles Michael “Mike” Sloan

January 17, 1940 - March 29, 2021
Rancho Santa Margarita California

Charles Michael “Mike” Sloan

January 17, 1940 - March 29, 2021
Rancho Santa Margarita California


Charles Michael Sloan

Born 1-17-1940-Compton CA
Died 3-29-2021-Mission Viejo CA
Survived by
His Wife Christene
Daughters: Donna, Susan, Michelle and Cari
Sons Allen and Adam
15 Grandchildren
9 Great Grandchildren

He lived life well with passion, conviction and tenacity. He loved God and served Him faithfully in Mexico, South Africa, Belize and here at home. Michael adored his family and seemed to be astounded at the growing numbers. His 40-year career in the Electrical Industry gave him life and purpose. He had a tenacious work ethic that encompassed facing all the challenges, solving problems and encouraging others to reach their full potential. He played hard especially sports and fishing, drove too fast, took risks, folded perfect laundry, gave amazing hugs, taught us how to laugh at ourselves, and loved steak and chocolate. He will be missed.

Charitable Donations:
Alzheimer’s Association-
Faithquest Missions-


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4 responses to Charles Michael “Mike” Sloan

  1. Kenny Rhines says:

    Mike Sloan was s hell of a man : I first met Mike Sloan in the early 70s I was called out of the hall as a journeyman electrician for Kirkwood electric at that time aren’t you Kirkwood on the company and there was Mike Sloan Tom Reed the Dennis Quinn too many to name They were they were known as the magnificent seven A few years later it became Dyna electric and Mike Sloan was the CEO for Dyna electric also as well as in Kirkwood.. it was about 30 years I worked under a mike sloan The best contractor I ever worked for is an electrician and Mike wasOne of the best CEOs I’ve ever worked for


  2. David Willson
    Just got word of Mike’s passing today and how very sad it was. Mike was a terrific man, one of the best I have ever known. His leadership, confidence and personality allowed myself and many others to achieve successful careers. Many people owe in part what they have today to Mike Sloan. My thoughts go out to Mike’s family and the many others he has touched.
    Godspeed Mike

  3. Jeb Bohren says:

    Mike was my mentor and a good friend when I worked for Kirkwood Electric. You could trust Mike for advice. He will be missed. God bless him.
    Jeb Bohren

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