Jonathan R. Green

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Jonathan R. Green January 6, 1975-July 10, 2018 Sergeant Jonathan R. Green, 43, of Gaithersburg, MD, ended his watch Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, MD. He was a graduate of Bellefonte Area High School ('93), and received degrees from Penn State University and American University. For the past seventeen years, he was proudly employed by the Montgomery County, MD Department of Police. Sgt. Green is survived by his wife Melanie (Gilpin) Green, whom he married July 20, 2002, and by his beautiful children, Ainsley and Dorian. Born in State College, PA, on January 6, 1975 to Vickie (Milton) Henry and Rusty Green, both of Bellefonte, he is also survived by his stepfather, Gary Henry, and his brother Buzz (Krista) reen of Evans, GA. He was cherished by his niece and five nephews, many loving uncles, aunts, cousins, and in-laws, and countless friends. Jon (J) was accomplished in martial arts, was a self-taught guitar player, and avid reader. In addition to his love of all genres of music, he was a life-long hunter and had a passion for foreign travel. He also enjoyed a great bourbon and was a fascinating storyteller of his life's adventures. A Celebration of Life will be held Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at the Damascus Fire Company Activity Center, 10211 Lewis Drive, Damascus, MD 20872. The service will begin at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the J Strong Fund at to support the future college goals of his children. Jonathan's family wishes to thank everyone for their unwavering support during this journey. The many cards, prayers, visits, meals, donations, and kind words confirmed what we already knew: he was indeed a great man who shared his knowledge, talents, and love with all. Love never dies, Heroes live forever. #JSTRONG
Published in Centre Daily Times on July 15, 2018
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