Jan. 4, 1935 – July 9, 2019
Jonathan Wayne Guahunga was born in Billings to Genevieve Baker Webster and Wayne David Webster. Guahunga went by many names, Wayne Webster, Jonathan Wayne Webster and Jonathan Wayne Guahunga. Most knew him as Wayne or just Guahunga, but his most cherished names were Dad, Pop, Grandpa, Grandpa Indian, Papa and Papa Hunga.
There are many stories to tell about this man but it would take writing a memoir to do so. He would say he lived a full wonderful life and his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were his pride and joy and enjoyed every visit with them.
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Guahunga is preceded in death by his mother, Genevieve (Jenni) Baker Jones; brothers, Bill Webster and Art Webster; sisters, Genevieve (Henry) Rider, Elsie (Ben) Woods and Darlene Jones; daughter, Rebecca (Becky) Estes; and grandson Richard (Ricky) Webster.
Guahunga is survived by his soulmate and wife of 30 years, Tami Kay Morgan; sons, Wayne David Webster Jr., Hugh R. (Hoot) Webster, William D. (Hopper) Webster and James C. (Craig) Nunley; daughters, Rhea M. Freeland, Valgina (Gina) Webster, Michelle L. (Micki) Manzanares and Shirlene M. Webster; brother, Hugh (Huey) Webster; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren who he adored until his last breath with many there with him at that time. Service arrangements are under the care of Daly-Leach and his Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.