Quintin Conway, Co-Founder of Hit Factory KC, Dies Suddenly at 46

Quintin Conway, the co-founder of Hit Factory KC and husband of YouTuber Lori Conway, passed away suddenly on Thursday, April 11, 2024. The exact cause of Quintin’s death is not clear. However, the results suggest it was unexpected and sudden.


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When Quintin graduated from Union High School in 1996, he left to go to William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, to get his degree. Quintin was chosen President of the Student Senate at Jewell. He used his natural ability to lead to run successful worship events and discipleship groups and he also worked as a Resident Assistant. Quintin married Lori in May 1999 while he was in college. They had been together since sixth grade and fell in love. At the end of May 2000, Quintin got his business degree from William Jewell College.

The first job Quintin had was in banking at Mid-America Mortgage. In the end, he became president of loans at Platte Valley Bank in 2006 and stayed there for six years before leaving to help his wife Lori follow her dream of being her boss. In the end, they both shared the dream. As a businessman, Quintin did useful things to help the family business grow. Once Quintin had helped Lori make her dream come true, he started other businesses. In 2020, he opened Conway Properties, LLC, and in 2021, he opened Hit Factory KC in Kansas City.

Quintin wanted to help and serve other people. For some years, he was president of Liberty Sertoma and led groups in Rebuilding Liberty. He also spent many years on the Liberty Planning & Zoning Board, the Liberty Education Foundation, and the Harvesters Community Food Network in Kansas City. Quintin helped people with their money for more than ten years as a financial assistant for Hillcrest Transitional Housing. Quintin liked his job very much.

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quintin conway family

He used his knowledge of money and desire to help others to help families who were going through big changes in their lives or were having money problems. Quintin was also very interested in making guys into Christian leaders in their own homes. During his adult years, Quintin led some men’s discipleship groups and Made for More workshops for men in southern Missouri. In everything he did, Quintin shared Jesus in real ways because he loved Him.

In his free time, Quintin liked to fish, hunt, and do hard physical work. There was no job that Quintin wouldn’t try to do and finish successfully. He had a lot of fun going out with friends and seeing live music. But Quintin loved and was most proud of his family more than anything else. He loved his wife Lori and children Kale, Ella, Fisher, and Lily very much.

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He worked hard to be a rock of dependability and constant support for Lori and a great father to all of them. The kids learned from him how to work hard, think for themselves, and have a “learn as you go” attitude. He was always there for the kids and supported them in everything they did. He pushed them to always do their best and put Jesus first in their lives.

Friends and family of Quintin know how he shared real, honest love. He led his home with selflessness and support, and he loved his family very much. People who knew Quintin knew how soft he could be, even though he always seemed tough. He liked a good argument and knew how to make people feel at ease while still making sure they were heard. He changed the lives of those he touched. We are very proud of the person he was and what he left for his children. He’ll be missed always.

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