Jonathan A. Gonya

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Jonathan A. Gonya

June 09, 1963 - November 26, 2018

Jonathan A. Gonya Jonathan A. Gonya, 55, of Seabrook and formerly of Houlton, ME, passed away suddenly on Monday, November 26, 2018. Jon was born in Houlton on June 9, 1963, a son of Arnold Gonya of Houlton and the late Patricia (Daigle) Gonya.
He was raised in Houlton and graduated from Houlton High. After high school, Jon served his country honorably as a member of the Army National Guard. He settled in Seabrook in 1987 and started a family. Jon worked at Foss Manufacturing for nearly 15 years before returning to Maine. While in Maine, he worked at Marden's Discount Store and A. E. Staley Manufacturing in Houlton. He returned to Seabrook and went back to Foss where he worked until the time of his death.
Jon was a hard-working man who often put in over 60 hours a week to support his family and prided himself on never missing a day. He loved his family and especially cherished his beautiful grandchildren.
In addition to his father, he is survived by his children, Myranda Gonya of Seabrook, Corey Gonya of Northwood and Kayla Gonya of Northwood. He also leaves his grandchildren, Brennan, Landon, Bryce, Chance, and Patience; his former wife and mother of his children, Bonnie (Jones) Jordan of Northwood; his brother, Anthony Gonya of Houlton; his sisters, Kathy Manning of North Carolina and Vicki Donahue and Dawn Gonya, both of Houlton; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A celebration of Jon's life will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018, at the Best Western Conference Center, 815 Lafayette Rd., Hampton. Friends and associates are respectfully invited. Assistance with arrangements was by the Remick & Gendron Funeral Home - Crematory, Hampton. Please visit www.RemickGendron.com to view Jon's memorial website, to sign his tribute wall or for directions.
Published on November 29, 2018
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