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July 16, 2018

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December 5, 2017
Michael,

Your laughter will be greatly missed. You have come a long way from Midland TX. Well done- old Friend!

Pat Powers
September 5, 2017
My heart aches.....all is forgiven
Love you Michael
I'll see you soon enough : )
September 4, 2017
Laura, I am so very sad to hear about your great loss. How your heart must ache. I am holding you and your family up in prayer.
August 27, 2017
First let me say I love Michael and by extension his entire family as well.

I met Michael when I hired in at the Wigwam around 1978 and I would like to think we became best friends and brothers at that time and ever since.

If you are ever asked who Michael Quegan was, the answer is very simple:
"HE WAS THE MOST INTERESTING MAN IN THE
WORLD."

He was born wearing flip flops.
Posing for pictures was never rejected always
accepted.
Was there anyone he couldn't talk to?
"Hey what's up" was his greeting because he was
never down.
Was there a conversation he couldn't have?
When he spoke E.F. Hutton listened.
So well like by employees they would push
away guests to get in front of him.
When he laughed, you had to wonder, "what
could be so funny?"
Was he Republican, Democrat, or Independent?
Did anyone care?
If he wanted to, he could actually have had a tax
free income checking pockets at the Salvation
Army.
He could make anyone look stylish in 'bargain'
clothing.
His pallet was so good Gordon Ramsey would
say, "Oh, hell no".
His smile was so bright and wide all dentist
claimed he was there patient.
Was there ever a time he didn't 'know'
someone?
"Bloody" was his cuss word of choice.
He was American, went to Mexico a lot, but
loved Asians.
He was the only man alive that could smoke a
cigarette and not smell of smoke.
He could listen as well as he could talk.
Michael could've convinced Mother Theresa to
move in with him.
Traveling the country or the world with little
money was never an issue.
He could talk to birds and turtles and even
thought they were listening.
Bartender, waiter, actor, singer, illusionist,
investor, father, husband, traveler, and often
times the smartest man in the room......Really?
Really.
He was loved by the rich, the poor, young and
old, and even those he never met.
Always the most recognized and most watched.
He looked 29, lived like he was 29, and stayed 29.
Mention an upcoming birthday to him and he
could give a stare that could turn an ice cube
into dry ice.
Janitors, waiters, bartenders, doctors, dentists,
employees, loved by all, loved all.
Male, female, black, white, brown, red, held but
one distinction to him.......love all, bitter to no
one.
Without knowing how to speak Spanish, he
could teach Mexicans how to be Mexicans.
Never driven to anger (well except for maybe
Jerry Colangelo), always possessed by love
and kindness.
He could fill a garage with vintage and antique
items until it could hold no more, yet, he could
find room to park a car.

Michael I am as saddened as when my biological brother passed, because you are my brother. My promise to you is that my friendship extends to all your family. If they need me, I will be there for them. May you find peace in Christ and peace in being the most interesting man in God's Heaven.
BECAUSE:
I love Michael Quegan.

HE WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE THE MOST INTERESTING MAN IN THE WORLD.

PAX my brother!
Jeff Koncz