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Police Officer John Gonda | Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York

Police Officer

John Gonda

Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York

End of Watch: Saturday, December 20, 1969

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 44

Tour: Not available

Badge # 60

Cause: Heart attack

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Officer Gonda suffered a fatal heart attack while chasing youths for a criminal mischief offense at Tibbetts Brook Park in Yonkers.

Officer Gonda was survived by his wife and eight children.

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Thank you God for giving me a Mom and Dad that taught me to live my life righteous and true.
Your actions spoke larger than life and what a great testimony that was.
I love you dad and thank you for what I am today.
I shall see you again when it is time for me to leave this earth for my real home with Jesus in heaven.

Diana (Chickodee)
June 4, 2012


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