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Byron Andrew Johnson

Battle Creek, Michigan

Jun 13, 1921 – Oct 6, 2016 (Age 95)

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Byron Andrew Johnson of Battle Creek, MI Byron, age 95, died October 6, 2016, at his residence and in the presence of his loving family. Byron, the son of John and Mable (Butterfield)...

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We have known Betty and Byron for almost 10 years, and we couldn't have had better neighbors.

Byron would have helped us if we were on a project, if it be sharing a
tool or just visit!

Byron was a man of class and with impressive taste and not easily forgotten.
We are missing Byron already

Bill & Helen

Thank you Byron for taking care of my sister.So glad you were able to live out the last 10 years of your life at home with someyone who cared about you and provided you with fresh home cooked meals instead a nursing home.

We only had the pleasure of knowing Byron for the last ten years. In that time we learned what a wonderful man he was. Byron had such a warm personality. He was a kind and thoughtful man. He was a man with an unselfish devotion for others. He had a radiant smile and he was happy, so happy.

Byron met his second wife Betty when they were taking a swing dance class. I believe it was the Lord whom put them together at that class. Through that class they became the best of...

We only had the pleasure of knowing Byron for the last ten years. In that time we learned what a wonderful man he was. Byron had such a warm personality. He was a kind and thoughtful man. He was a man with an unselfish devotion for others. He had a radiant smile and he was happy, so happy.

Byron met his second wife Betty when they were taking a swing dance class. I believe it was the Lord whom put them together at that class. Through that class they became the best of...

What a wonderful man i had the pleasure of meeting several times since he was married to my Aunt Betty..
GOD BLESS YOU ALL

Betty,
So sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. Glad you were able to spend some quality time with him. Take care!

Sending my condolences to the family. May God give you strength and peace during this difficult time. Psalms 29:11

So sorry to hear of you loss Clark, we've been thinking about you this past week. Hoping peace for all your family at this time of loss.

Archie and Regina

As Mary Johnson's sister, I first met Byron, Clark's father, in the 1970s. Yes, he was always the gentleman and interested in everyone - what they were doing, where they were headed. He had a very inquisitive and open mind. I enjoyed his company at family diners. He was a devoted father, husband, and grandfather. He was devoted to and took wonderful care of his first wife Jennette. When she died, after a few years, he was elated to find his second wife, Betty, while swing dancing in...