Crona C. Gorgon, 27, passed away on February 25th, 2020 in the home that she built with her fiancé.
She was born in Hamilton on December 18th, 1992 and had a deep connection with the Southern Bitterroot Valley. To simply say that Crona was a survivor, would be an understatement. Ever since childhood she persevered through challenge after challenge. In the face of great adversity she learned compassion, patience, introspection, and understanding. Crona had been many incredible things; a carpenter, a woodworker, an automobile mechanic, a master bike mechanic, an artist, a black-belt, a home-taught physicist, a soon-to-be bride, and a parent among many other things. In true polymath fashion, she worked tirelessly to create a better life and understand all that she could, her appetite for knowledge being a force to be reckoned with. Deeply consumed with science and a love the universe, Crona's passions and hobbies were immense. She rode thousands of miles all over the Bitterroot on bikes she built and maintained herself. Talented beyond words, she would fill pages with writings of quantum mechanics and barely-understood dimensions. Her drawings and paintings were such that anyone who spent years in art school could marvel at. Anything she set her mind to, she could accomplish and excel at. She played piano, guitar and loved to sing.
Crona Clairvoyance is survived by her parents, Tina and Chuck Harbin, her siblings Amber and Jonathan Harbin, her beloved daughter Jayla, and her fiancé Skye.
A celebration of life will be held on March 21st, 2020 at the Darby Community Clubhouse. Proceedings will begin at 2pm, and while some food will be provided, it is encouraged that you bring your favorite comfort food if able. Memorials are suggested to be made to The Trevor Project, or PAS Intervention.
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