Kon T McQuiston

Kon T McQuiston

March 02, 1956 - November 30, 2007

Kon T McQuiston

March 02, 1956 - November 30, 2007


Kon T McQuiston, 3/2/1956 – 11/30/2007, was born and raised in Greentown, Indiana to Paul and Monelle McQuiston. He graduated from Eastern High School in Greentown in 1974. Kon completed his Bachelors of Science Degree in Building Construction and Contracting at Purdue University in 1978.

He married Mary Ann Sexton in 1980 and settled in Orange County, California in 1985 and started their family.

Kon began his career in the construction industry in Michigan working on large scale power plant projects. He then moved to California in 1985 working in the Power Industry for Southern California Edison. He later started his own business, Distributed Power Services Inc. and eventually moved on to alternative energy projects with EnerTech Environmental, Inc.

Kon and his family have been members of the Laguna Beach United Methodist Church since 1985. He enjoyed traveling, woodworking, photography, model trains, and off-roading on the Colorado River with his family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Monelle McQuiston. In addition to his wife, Ann, and sons, Ben and Alex, he is survived by his sister, Karen Byrd of Hemet, California, brothers, Kent and wife, Donna, of Indianapolis, Indiana, Kirk and wife, Sue, of Lowell, Indiana, and Kyle and wife, Karen, of Shawnee, Kansas.

A Memorial Services will be held at the Laguna Beach United Methodist Church, 21632 Wesley Drive, Laguna Beach, California 92651 on Friday, December 7, 2007 at 11:00AM. Additional information and on-line condolences can be found on www.oconnormortuary.com.

The family requests that donations, in lieu of flowers, be sent to the Sierra Service Project https://secure.groundspring.org/dn/index.php?aid=3640 or to the Laguna Hills High School Wood/Auto shop contact Megan O’Gara at 949-300-9762.

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25 responses to Kon T McQuiston

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  1. Deb Hull says:

    Dear Ben and Family,
    I just want to express my deepest sympathy and to tell you that you, your mom and Alex are in our prayers.
    Deb Hull
    Peru, IN

  2. Dear Ann,
    My heart breaks for your loss. Please know that our many thoughts and prayers are with you and the boys. God bless.

    KC Grosz and Family

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Kon

  4. Ann, Ben & Alex,

    Words cannot begin to convey the sorrow we are feeling for you at this time. Please know that we send our heartfelt sympathies and pray that God will give you strength as you face the days ahead.

  5. Bob Schlax says:

    Ann, Ben, Alex:

    Kon was so proud of all of you and loved each of you deeply. I am sure he is looking down on you today with love and pride. My deepest heartfelt sympathies to each of you.

    Ann – he often told me how lucky a man he was to be with you and how fortunate he was to have you as his wife and mother of his children.

    Ben – we often talked about what a wonderful young man you’ve become and how excited and proud he was of your accomplishments.

    Alex – your Dad would tell me how creative, talented and smart you were and knew you got those attributes from your mother – he loved you deeply.

    I want to thank you for sharing him with me over the past 15 years. I grew to love him as my brother and he provided me with much joy, happiness and wisdom. I, along with you, will miss him greatly, but I know I am a better person because of him.

    Love to you all

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