OBITUARY

Jon Dewey Kingsley Sr.

January 30, 1944March 30, 2021
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Jon Dewey Kingsley Sr., of The Woodlands, Texas, passed away on March 30, 2021. He was born in Akron, Ohio on January 30, 1944 to Dumont and Helen Kingsley.

Jon had many roles and accomplishments throughout his lifetime. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout and was the Salutatorian in both High School and College. Jon graduated from Hudson High School and earned a degree in Civil Engineering at Ohio State University. He was a Professional Land Surveyor, Professional Engineer in Ohio and Texas, Commercial/Professional Boat Captain, and a Commercial Jet Pilot with a Transport Rating Certification. Jon was the Founder and President of Kingsley Constructors, Inc., which was founded in 1976 – present, that focused on Heavy Highway, Civil, Municipal and Oil & Gas Pipeline and Facility Construction. He was also a member of The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and US Chamber of Commerce.

On November 7, 1992, Jon married the love of his life, Tawna. He was a loving husband and lived life on his own terms with a sincere desire and drive for excellence and professionalism. He was self-employed by his early 30’s and retired as President and CEO of his own company. Only God knows what was left to be accomplished or what could have been next on his list.

Jon is survived by his wife, Tawna Kingsley; sister, Ann Wadsworth; sons, Jon Kingsley, Jr., Brad Kingsley (wife Stacy), Brandon Britt (wife Kimberly), Jeremy Britt (wife Cristen), and Adam Britt (wife Whitney); grandchildren, Robert Higginbotham, Sam Higginbotham, Kaylan Willman (husband TJ), Kendyl Kingsley, Kimmie Kingsley, Makenna Kingsley, Karlie Aguilar, Lillienna Harvey, Madison Hurst, Raeleigh Britt, Scarlett Britt, Connor Britt, Dax Britt, Penelope Britt and Blake Britt; and great grandchildren, Emma Willman, and Kingsley Breckon Willman.

Jon is in a better place now in Heaven with God and is preceded in death by his parents, Dumont and Helen Kingsley; his sister, Shirley Pearson; and Grandson Jaxson Britt.

Funeral Services will be provided by Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home at 18000 Interstate 45 South, The Woodlands, TX 77384. Their phone number is 936-321-5115. If you wish to send a flower arrangement, please be sure to have it delivered to the funeral home by 5pm on Friday April 9, 2021.

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Treva Fellman

April 12, 2021

Twana and family,
We would like to express our deepest condolences to you and your family. We have wonderful memories of Mr. Kingsley and we always looked forward to seeing him at our branch. He was generous, kind and friendly. Our best memories are when you and he would come into the branch together. The love and respect that you shared was very evident to all of us. His smile was genuine and he will be greatly missed by all of us here at the Grogan's Mill location. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.
Your Friends at Woodforest Bank
Grant, Elizabeth, Ashely, Bruce (Beau) and Treva

Bill Justice

April 11, 2021

I met Jon through his love of aviation and continued quest for aviator excellence. From the beginning, his professionalism, attention to detail and sincere thirst for knowledge were apparent. Through the years Jan and I became close friends with Jon and Tawna and had the privilege of meeting several family members. Jon's devotion to his family and the love that he and Tawna shared were so apparent and admired by all that knew them. I will always remember Jon as the consummate husband, parent, grandpa, great grandpa, friend and businessman. We devoured many Florida Stone Crabs, his favorite, at Truluck's restaurant over the years. We sincerely cherish all the times we were able to spend together. We will miss you daily.
Sincerely,
Jan & Bill Justice

ADRIAN ESCOBOSA

April 8, 2021

TWANA, Bonnie and I sincerly feel your lost. We are sending our condolences and prayers for his ethernal rest.
Adrian and Bonnie Escobosa 5 N Longspur Dr

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