Larry Johnson
Larry Russell Johnson Larry Russell Johnson left this Earth to be with his Heavenly Father on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. He is survived by his wife, Amber Johnson; his daughter, Meredith Johnson; his stepchildren Wade Koteras and wife Ivy, and Stephanie Koteras; his grandchildren Chloe Reagor, Casper Koteras, Ryder Williams, Lilly Koteras and Logan Koteras; his nephew, Sam Smith; and his stepbrother, Alan Bergstrom. He also leaves an extended family of dear friends in the Donut Gang car club and AA groups. Larry will always be remembered for his generous nature, caring heart and for his wonderful smile.

Published by Austin American-Statesman on Mar. 3, 2013.
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You are so missed. I'm getting married in May and would trade anything for you to be there to walk me down the aisle. I know you'd love Robert and wish he got to meet you. The last note I ever got from you said "I'm so proud of you, " and I am thankful for that every day of my life.
Meredith Johnson
February 26, 2021
Larry and my friendship began in 1960 while attending Military School in San Marcos. We lost tract of each other over the years.
When I moved to Austin in 1996, I began trying to reconnect with my friend..
Larry was a character, had a huge heart and loved God...
We all miss him!

Duncan Spillar
February 24, 2019
You were the greatest father I could ever hope to have... I still pick up the phone about 5 times a day to call you. I couldn't miss you more Daddy.
Meredith Johnson
March 15, 2013
I don't think that you understood how much I loved you and how proud I was of you dear brother. I look forwasrd to us being together in heaven to join Judy. Thank you for my great niece, Meredith. I am looking forward to a wonderful relationship with her.
NNancy Sprague
March 14, 2013
I am sorry that I didn't get to see you in the past 30 years and talk about our Dad. There is still much to learn from each other. We will meet again some day.
Johnny Johnson
March 8, 2013
known you since we were 13 years old, friends for ever...I will miss you..we should have talked more often..Duncan Spillar
March 3, 2013
God speed Larry.
March 3, 2013
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