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Donald Kent "Donny" Johnson Donald Kent "Donny" Johnson
(Donna)

 

I've been married 17 years and am the father of four boys, so it should be apparent what 's been going on in my life.  I've worked for Brown & Root, Inc.,as materials Manager for the past fifteen years.  My hobbies include programming, golf, and wood working.  I am currently on the Methyl/Mythocrolate Project at the DuPont Beaumont Plant.

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Bridge City, TX 77611

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In Memoriam
( March 16, 2008 )

Beloved father and grandfather, Donald Kent “Don” Johnson Jr., 55, passed away from a heart attack in the early morning hours of Thursday March 6, 2008, in his Laredo, Texas home.

Don was born to Virginia “Ginny” Sonnier and Don Johnson on August 7, 1952 in Tampa, Fla. He grew up in Lake Charles and graduated from LaGrange High School in the class of 1971.

Don leaves to cherish his memory, his fiancée, Eva Lopez of Laredo; his four loving sons, Marcus Johnson and his wife, Suzanne, Thomas Johnson and his fiancée, Jennifer Wajert, all of Lake Charles, Matthew Johnson of Houston and Kendall Johnson of Bridge City, Texas; one granddaughter, Evangeline; his mother, Ginny Sonnier of Lake Charles; and his three siblings, Larry Johnson of Shalimar, Fla., Barb Johnson of New Orleans and Lee Johnson of Lake Charles. Don was preceded in death by his father, Donald Kent Johnson Sr.

We will love you now and forever. Rest in peace.

Best regards to you Donny (and the ones left to remember), from the LaGrange Gator class of 1970...we too feel the loss...

The obituary is from the Friday, March 14, 2008, LC American Press shows Don as a graduate of the LGHS Class of 1971, but you can find his yearbook photo at:
Hope this serves as yet another reminder that we need to quit complaining, thank the powers that be for getting another chance, make the most of and pass on a smile today............