Honorable Bill A. Quegna

Honorable Bill A. Quegna

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Bill A. Quegna

Born September 5, 1970, Bill is the youngest son of the late †Manuel Cruz Quenga and †Isabel Aguon Quenga. He is the husband of Marie Taijeron Quenga and proud father of Audrey, Byron, Jeremy, Bill Jr. and Krysta Jesus-Quenga, Myah and Nicholas Clark and Madison. Bill is the grandfather to Zeikyn, Zhayvin, Zeniyah, Kyrie, Braden, Kaylee and Bailey.

He is the brother of Manuel Aguon Quenga, Barbara Q. and Carson Hunt, Anne Q. and Anthony Mendiola, Mary Q. and the late †PaulWayne M. Terlaje, Dolores Q. and Carol Borja, Eleanor Q. and Eugene “Dunge” Rios, Vincent and Elizabeth Quenga and Frances Quenga.

He attended George Washington High School, Agueda Johnston Middle School and M.U. Lujan Elementary School.

Bill worked with Guam Waterworks Authority as a Heavy Equipment Operation for 21 years. He ventured off in September 2011 to California and worked for CableCom. He returned home and again worked for Guam Waterworks Authority and then DZSP before running for mayor.

As a young man, Bill played baseball and has continued that active lifestyle when he joined the Master’s Baseball League from 2018-2020. His love for baseball also led him to coaching the Yona Babe Ruth Big League 16-18 in 2006 and Babe Ruth 9-10 in 2007 and has taken both his teams off-island to Reno, Nevada and Salt Lake City, Utah for the Cal Ripken All Star Tournaments. He also had the privilege to coach the Girls Fast Pitch Softball Senior league which made it to the Little League World Series in Sussex, Delaware in 2015.

He has shown great interest in bringing the people of Yona together through sports and most recently through his beautification efforts. Bill takes pride in what he does for the people of Yona and seeks to bring a new era of change for the betterment of our youth, our manåmko’, and the entire Yona community as a whole.
 
Traditional Village Name: Yo’ña • Population: 6,480
Village Flower: Bougainvillea, Red and Purple or Puti Tai Nobio