Wherever I may roam—
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I adapt to the unknown,
Under wandering stars I’ve grown—
By myself but not alone,
I ask no one—
And my ties are severed clean,
The less I have the more I gain,
Off the beaten path I reign—
Carved upon my stone,
My body lie but still I roam
Fear is not something that defines us but drives us to take chances. Living life to the fullest. The thrill of living life on the edge and enjoying good friends with a few laughs and a cold brew then disappearing like the wind. Riding high on life on the back of a motorcycle. Free to live your life on your own terms. Jonathon was a Track Supervisor for Belen Railroad for 10 years. He loved his green chile especially when his mom made it for him. Jonathon owned a lot of toys including a collection of 4-wheelers and dune buggies. He loved his Harley. Jonathon was quiet but everyone knew when he wanted to be heard because he knew how to get your attention. Jonathon would have a friendly smile for friends and family when he saw you but would disappear before he had to say goodbye. He burned the candle at both ends and left us too soon. Jonathon was never good at saying goodbye. Forever loved, forever missed, and forever in our hearts. In the arms of our dear Lord Jonathon moves on to his next adventure in Heaven. He is preceded in death by his Tata and Nana, Juan and Louisa Marquez; Auntie, Florinda Cordova; Uncle, Rudy Marquez; Auntie, Jean Ruof; Auntie, Neva Brady; Brother, Joshua Trujeque; Grandparents, O.B. and Angelina Trujeque; and Auntie Bea Dutcher Jonathon leaves behind his dad and mom Paul and Corine Trujeque; his brother, Jeremy Trujeque and his wife Stephanie; his sister, Jaclyn Trujeque; and his sister, Jennifer Ramsell and her husband Joshua. He is also survived by Goddaughter and niece, Jenesis Trujeque, niece, Ellena, nephew, Jeremy Jr., niece, Oralia and nephew, Jeremiah as well as many Uncles, Aunties, several cousins, and many life-long friends he considered family. Arrangements are being handled by the caring professionals at the Noblin Funeral Service Belen Chapel, 418 W. Reinken Ave., (505)864-4448.