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Max H. McQuait Sr.

November 11, 1939 November 17, 2018
Max  H. McQuait Sr.
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Max H. McQuait Sr., 79 years, of Hustontown, PA, passed away on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at AristaCare at Woodland Park in Orbisonia, PA with his family by his side. Max was born on Saturday November 11, 1939 in Clear Ridge, PA, the son of the late Emory and the late Mary Woods McQuait. He married Connie Campbell on July 12, 1958 in Hustontown, PA. Max retired from the PA Dept. of Transportation. Along with his loyal dog Susie Q., Max enjoyed spending his time hunting, woodworking and working on his 1941 Chevy.

Max is survived by his wife of 60 years Connie McQuait of Hustontown, PA, three children, Cindy (wife of Albert) Walton of Everett, PA, Brenda (wife of Ed) Anderson of Orbisonia, PA and Max Harold (husband of Brenda Hock) McQuait Jr. of Hustontown, PA, 6 grandchildren: Craig Henry, Stacey Berkstresser Curfman, Max H. McQuait III, Stephen Berkstresser Jr., Jeremiah Berkstresser and Erin L. McQuait and 13 great grandchildren. Max is also survived by 3 sisters: Shirley Ramsey of Hustontown, PA, Norma Jean Barnett of Waterfall, PA and Marion Varner of Dry Run, PA.

Max is preceded in death by his parents and 12 siblings: Harvey McQuait, Chet McQuait, Ruth McQuait, Ronnie McQuait, Bobby McQuait, John McQuait, Wayne McQuait, Richard McQuait, Doris Miller, Evelyn Helman, Betty Barnett and Dorothy Burgan.

Services are private and at the convenience of the family. Condolences may be mailed to Connie at 2149 North Clear Ridge Rd., Hustontown, PA 17229. Online condolences may be expressed at

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