Matthew Thomas Bonk, Sr., 62, of Meriden, passed away at his home on June 22, 2020. He was born in New Britain April 21, 1958, son of the late Stanley and Mary (Lee) Bonk. Matthew is survived by his wife Kimberly (LaComb) Bonk, his two daughters, and a son, as well as two sons-in-law and a daughter-in-law, Danielle and James and Laura and Timothy of Meriden, and Matthew Bonk, Jr. and Jillian of Southington, his eight grandchildren; Alexis, Joshua, Abagail, Aubree, Nathan, Greyson, Rylee and Norah, and brothers, Stanley and Thomas Bonk. He was predeceased by his brother Patrick Bonk. Matthew was a lifelong mechanic. He had a great love of NASCAR, and motorcycles. He enjoyed riding ATV’s and other outdoor activities with his children. He frequented SK Modified races and Monster Jam. One of his favorite pastimes was being at the casino with his wife. What made him happiest was being surrounded by all of his grandchildren. Services are being privately held under the direction of Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, Meriden.

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  1. Dear Kim and family, I’m so sorry to hear of Matt’s passing. I am so Heartbroken for you all. He was such a Good Hearted n Loving Father n Grandfather. My Thoughts and Prayers are with you n the family. β€β€πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’”πŸ’” Love Peggy n Family

  2. Uncle Matt!!! You will always have a place in my heart for the hard working never quit attitude you had You will be missed!

  3. RIP Matt I’m going to miss my favorite mechanic and friend, I will watch over your wife and your family as all of us has done for so long nowgod bless you are now at peace πŸ™

  4. I’m going to miss you Matt. But i know in my heart you will never be forgotten. Gone but never forgotten R.I.P

  5. Uncle Matt I wish things were different and we had more time to spend i always had alot of love for you and we should of spent more time. When your children reached out to me for medical help for you i was HONORED to vome help in your time of need. When I showed up and tapped you and spoke to you you opened your eyes and looked right at me and squeezed my hand right there eith no words spoken i knew you knew I had you along with your children you could feel the lo e trust connection. Uncle Matt your soul is golden and will always be remembered sleep in peace my angel hug my parents for me
    Sleep in peace

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