Troy Jay McQuain

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Troy Jay McQuain was born March 22, 1959 in Perry, Oklahoma and passed away October 22, 2016 in Del City, Oklahoma.

Troy was preceded in death by his grandparents, Roy and Ruth Eastin; Martie and Georgia McQuain, aunts and uncles, Linda and Joe Magruder, and Bobbie Buffington; Roy Lee and Billie Gayle Eastin; cousins, Jeff and Devin Magruder, and Joe Bourgo.

Troy is survived by his parents, Charles and Wanda Williams of Conroe, Texas and Joe McQuain of Stillwater, Oklahoma; brother Kevin McQuain and wife Debra; nephews, Justin McQuain and wife Kalyn, Jerrod McQuain and wife Erin; niece, Lauren Shaw and husband Matthew; great-nieces, Presley, Aubrey, Peyton, Hadyn, and Adelyn McQuain; great-nephew, Fordham Shaw; cousins, Pat Watson, Teresa Lamothe and husband Kirk, Erik Eastin, great-cousins, Shawna LaMothe, Randy Watson, David and Darin Eastin, Hannah and Haden Henderson and his beloved Daschund, Ashley.

Troy grew up in the Oak Ridge North area and attended school in Conroe, Texas. He loved his days at Conroe High School where he played football. He loved all sports and participated in them all of his life. He was a Texan at heart but was a fan of the OU football team and Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team. He was an avid fan of John Wayne movies and Walker Texas Ranger..451

He worked for Metal Tech Corporation, a fabricating company as a foreman and was a mentor to many employees and was admired for his talent and work ethics throughour the industry.

Troy loved life and his family! He will always be remembered for his compassion, respect, loyalty, and the care he had for others. He was a warrior with a brave heart. His courage and strength of character was admiral by all who knew him.

Troy will be missed deeply and memories of him will be cherished now and forever. He gave us joy and we loved him well.

"God has you in his keeping and we have you in our hearts."

Troy's family invite you to a celebration of his life at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 4th at 6731 Pennwell Dr., Spring, TX 77389 (GATE CODE 6731)

Memorial donations can be made to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, PO Box 4464, Houston, TX 77210

Published on from Jan. 30 to Feb. 12, 2017