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Kenneth Duane Johnson Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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September 14, 2017
I met Ken when we both worked for Gordon McLendon at KNUS. Yvette was just a couple of years old then. We worked together again at KKDA FM when he was sales manager. I spent many hours with him at his homes at Lakewood Village, PK, and Fort Davis, where everybody went to play. Ken was one of the most wonderful and kind people I have ever known. A true Officer and a Gentleman. I still think of him often. Sorry I never got to meet you, Valerie.

Jim Hilty
September 7, 2013
I am sad to find out Ken passed in 2008. He was married to my mother when she passed away. We were good friends for a time following my mother's passing, but I lost touch. I have thought about him often over the years.
Brandy Anderson
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September 9, 2008
I'm Michael Krastin and I'm married to Valerie's daughter Stacie who was Ken's step daughter. I didn't know Ken for very long or spend a whole bunch of time with him but the time's I was blessed enough to talk with him or spend time with him he was very gracious, careing and just seemed like a person that would be there at a moments notice if you needed him. He was truely an unselfish man. I know my wife is just heart broken of his passing, as I can't help to be as well. He was a good father figure for my wife as well as being a great grand father to my step children and I wish I would have been able to have as equal an experience with him as they were able to have. He is already terribly missed.
September 9, 2008
My sympathies to step-daughter Stacie Krastin, husband Michael and grandchildren. They will miss the love and affection that Ken displayed to all the family members.
Sorry I did not know Ken personally, but he was loved by many and will be missed by all.