Byron-Johnson-Obituary

Byron Rene' Johnson

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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JOHNSON Byron Rene' Johnson, age 43, quietly entered into the loving arms of the Lord on Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 9:30 AM in East Jefferson Hospital after a lengthy battle with cancer. Survivors to cherish his memory are his wife of 14 years Trudy Green Johnson; children, Byron II and...

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Words of comfort to The Johnson Family in your time of grief. The Lord loaned us a Musical Angel who touch our lives with his warm spirit,love and musical talents. I was a member and president of The Hill of Zion Youth choir- our favorite song "Gonna ride that glory train". He really made an impact on our lives with increasing our relationship with god. Not only did he teach us how to sing, he taught us to minister. I am forever grateful for the time of having him in my life as...

This is sent with great sympathy.you are forever in my heart.

Earth has no sorrow heaven cannot heal. Mary Gaines Perkins and Family

To the Johnson Family:
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. As talented and gifted as Byron was, he possessed the sweetest spirit of anyone I have ever known. I will forever miss his humility, genuine personality and the love he displayed for God. I am blessed to have known such a person. Keep the faith as you remember Byron.

Dear Johnson Familiy,

I was so sorry to hear of Byron's passing. I was a member of the Voices of Praise choir at Franklin Ave. Baptist Church up until Hurricane Katrina and it was a pleasure working under his direction for two and a half years. I will miss working with him. I know losing him is painful, but you have precious memories of Byron to comfort you and carry you through. Take care and may God bless you.

To Trudy and Family: May the work that Byron did speak for him.Stay strong in the Lord.

Head Start Singing Angels

TO THE FAMILY OF BYRON R. JOHNSON
THE LORD IS NEAR UNTO ALL WHO CALL UPON HIM. psalms 145:18
beverly g. randall & family

I am so sorry to hear of your lost and wish to extend my deepest sympathies and condolences. May God continue to be with you.-Psalms 119:50