Kenneth Arthur Mounce

Kenneth Arthur Mounce

September 15, 1928 - March 03, 2020
Rancho Mission Viejo CA

Kenneth Arthur Mounce

September 15, 1928 - March 03, 2020
Rancho Mission Viejo CA


Kenneth Arthur Mounce passed away peacefully at his home on March 3, 2020.

He was born September 15, 1928 in Garner, Iowa to James (Rex) & Mabel Mounce. He was the youngest of three. His older brothers were Hollis & Keith.

Kenneth graduated University of Iowa in 1950. Kenneth entered the Navy in 1951 during the Korean War after attending the Officer’s Candidate Program from Bayonne, New Jersey.

Kenneth joined Arthur Anderson in 1954 as a CPA – his lifelong profession and retired in 1985. Four years later he was offered a position with Mar Gulf Management and worked with them for three years and that was his final retirement.

Kenneth was married to Lauretta Chase in 1951 who then passed away in 1987. Together they had one daughter Laura.

Kenneth married Chris Pekras Mounce in 1989. Together they resided in Orange County for the past 31 years.

Kenneth leaves behind his wife Chris (Mounce), daughter Laura (Mounce) McKinzie, son-in-law Dave McKinzie and grandsons Chase & Griffin. His second family ….. John & Mary Ann Pekras, Karen & Randy Meech, grandchildren Jamie & Michael Braun, Trevor Meech, Hali & Michael Necoechea , Lauren & Alex Nowlin, Kasey & Sam Morin, Kayleigh Meech and 3 great grandchildren.

Ken will be deeply missed but always will be remembered by those whose lives he touched in so many different ways.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Laguna Niguel Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund.

Services are being postponed until further notice due to current circumstances.  Please check back again for updated service information as it becomes available.



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2 responses to Kenneth Arthur Mounce

  1. Gonna miss you uncle Ken

  2. Skip Perlis says:

    Ken was a big influence in my professional life. He was the smartest man I had the pleasure to work with for close to 18 years.

    And I will always remember and consider him a role model for how to be a gentleman.

    There is a saying that there is no such thing as death, as long as a person is remembered. I will always remember Ken.

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