John-Menche-Obituary

John C. Menche

Tucson, Arizona

1946 - 2019

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MENCHE, John C.73, of Oro Valley, passed away on June 12, 2019 at Northwest Medical Center in Tucson, AZ. He was born on April 6, 1946 to Howard and Ella (Koenig) Menche in St. Louis, MO. He attended Tucson High School for four years and the University of Arizona for one year. John worked as an...

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It was with great sorrow that I read of John's passing. We worked together at Hughes for nearly 30 years. Additionally, John played center field for the Hughes Employees Association Tucson (HEAT) for many years and left us with many stories. I will miss him greatly.

I am so sorry for your loss; my condolences to all of Mr Menche's loved ones and friends. I was friends with Anthony a lifetime ago.

Man of his word, integrity, honesty. What a great man. John would help anyone in need. Learned so much about engineering drawings from him. John definitely helped me gain knowledge that helped me with my engineering career.

I am so sorry to hear about John's passing. John was one of the most knowledgeable men that I have ever worked with. In his own special way he taught us all so much about Form, Fit, and Function. If there was a Hughes/Raytheon hall of fame he would be in it. Miss you John.

Great memories of John. He was Fonzi before Fonzi. One of the best bowlers I ever saw. Big heart.

My sympathy to Mr. Menche's family.

I did not know him, but his son, Anthony, was a good friend to my children when they were all in high school. Anthony spent a fair amount of time in our home and I was very fond of him.

Betty & I want too extend our sincere condolences to the Johns Menche family. I was previlage to know and work with John at Hughes Aircraft & Raytheon Missile Systems for 30 years. He was not only a colleague but a wonderful friend. John was always a person you could always depend to get the job done. Plus the knowledge that he had in his engineering discipline was remarkable. John like me, were from a different generation, we learned our choosen profession from the "School Of...