Jonny Chingaz Obituary, Death – Jacobs High School and Elgin Community College are both part of his educational history. Jonny was a skilled and empathetic chef who worked in restaurants in the cities of Aspen, Colorado, and Laguna Beach, California. Recently, he worked at the Deer Path Inn, which is a restaurant in Lake Forest, Illinois that has won a number of awards and accolades throughout the years. In addition to being a remarkable painter, he was also skilled in the art of carving ice sculptures.
He particularly enjoyed riding bicycles and skiing when he could have the chance. He was a loving son, brother, uncle, and nephew who was thoughtful, sympathetic, and attuned to the emotions and experiences of others. He had a huge heart. Jonny is survived by his loving mother, Suzanne White, his treasured sister Jennifer (Brett) Kramer, and his dear brother J. T. (Val) White. He is also survived by his cherished nieces and nephews, Montey, Maddie, Mason, Mack, Ella, Cash, and lovely Toni.
His mother will miss him deeply. Suzanne White. Jonny passed away on April 15, 2018, after a battle with cancer. In addition to their respective cousins Michael, Christopher, Nick, and Lauren, Alex is also a related of the family. Some of his aunts and uncles include Jeannie Montagano, Robin Hansell, Doug Littlepage, Gretchen White, Darlene White, and Paul (Doreen) White. Gretchen White is also one of his cousins. His cherished fiancée, Karen Kolosky, and a great number of his other friends will be among the many people who will miss him once he has passed away.
Jonny’s maternal grandparents, Bob and Lee Kirkby, as well as his paternal grandparents, Mardee and Paul White, all predeceased him, as did his maternal uncle Joe Montagano. Jonny’s mother also passed away before he did. Jonny White’s mother, Jay R. White, and his father, Jason R. White, both died prior to Jonny’s birth.