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Byron D. Johnson

Pittsfield, Massachusetts

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Publication Name: NATPublication Date:NoneCategory:* NAT WWWHeadline:Byron D. ‘Dusty’ Johnson, 72Retired from Specialty MineralsByline: Byron David “Dusty” Johnson, 72, of 23 Grove St., Adams, died Friday evening at North Adams Regional Hospital. Born in Adams on Aug. 13, 1934, a son of George...

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Dear Earline,Judy,David and Ann

I was saddened to hear of Byron's passing. I always remember him as a kind and gentle person. He would never get upset as we ran yelling and screaming through the house when we were kids. He was one of the best in the ole neighborhood. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

We will always cherish our fond memories of the many good times we had together. And our hearts remain with all the family as they mourn the loss of this great man.

All of our Love,
Jean and Al Magnant
and family

Dear Earline and Family
Our sincerest sympathies. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Earline, Judy, Dave, and Ann:

I was given the news of Byron's passing thru family. You have my heart felt sympathy and are all in my thoughts and prayers in this time of sorrow.

Dear Earline, Judy, David, and Ann,
I was very sorry to learn of the passing of Byron. He was one of the most kind and unassuming men that I have had the pleasure of knowing. Both my father Richard and I send our sincere condolences during this time of sorrow. The neighborhood will truly never be the same.

Dear Earline,
My thoughts and prayers go out to you. I have many pleasant memories of you and Byron, especially when our kids were growing up - as neighbors, baby sitters, squaredancing partners, and good friends. He was a gentle, kind man who will be missed by all who knew him.
Fran (Wilson) MacPhail

Gramp you will be missed very much by all of us. I was glad to have been able to spend as much time with you as I was. I learned alot of valuable life lessons from you. You never put your needs first. You would always donate your free time to help out others. You might have been stuborn but you had a heart of gold. You will always be loved and never forgotten.

Dear Earline, Judy and family,
We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Love,

i went to school wth Byron. He was a gentleman! Rest in God`s arms friend!