KINGSTON, N.H. — Jonathon James Walker, 43, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.
Born in Stoneham, Jonathon moved to Kingston with his parents as a toddler where he attended local schools. During his Jr. and Sr. High School years, he shared an antique shop with his grandmother, Marilyn Walker of Kingston.
After studying culinary and hospitality at Hesser College and New Hampshire College, he worked as a chef at several local restaurants. More recently he began taking over responsibilities in the family construction business.
He is survived by his devastated family his mother and father, Kathryn and Alan Walker of Kingston; his sister, Emma Kate and her husband Jean Paris of Derry; the lights of "Big Unks" life, his nephews, Jack, 11, and Adam, 3; and his beloved aunt, uncle and godparents, Deborah and John Edney, also of Kingston.
Jonathon was a man of style and taste, the most loving and generous person you could ever know. A friend to all animals, an art and music lover and a huge Boston sports fan, Jonathon was the "go to guy" whenever there was a question about anything. He never said "goodbye" without saying "I love you." "Goodbye Joni, we love you."
ARRANGEMENTS: There will be a private family service this spring. In lieu of flowers, please support your local SPCA. To sign an online guest ook, please visit www.brewittfuneralhome.com.
Published on  February 17, 2011