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David Paul Johnson

November 8, 1967 ~ March 17, 2020 (age 52)

Obituary

David was born on November 8, 1967 to Frank Johnson (deceased) and Velma Johnson Hall of Sulphur Springs, TX, a stepdad that raised him as a son Chris Johnson of Wichita Kansas (Jo Bogan Johnson), one Grandmother Zola Franklin of Greenville, TX.

David married Rosa Johnson on November 5, 1993 and divorced in 2015. No children to this union were born. But four stepchildren he raised as his own.

A special friend Johnnie Johnson, that stuck by his side through the good and bad times, making sure his every need was met and for that she will always be loved.

He had three brothers: Chris Johnson (deceased), Steve Douglas of Dallas, TX, and Donnie Johnson of Sherman, TX; one sister: Claurene Silvel Carter (E. Carter) of Dallas, TX; seven nephews: Dakieston Johnson of Sulphur Springs, TX, Daqualin Evans of Mesquite, TX, Travis Reed (Tiffany) of South Carolina, Steven Bryant of Dallas, TX, Xavier Anderson of Dallas, TX, Corey Anderson of Dallas, TX; six nieces: Keyanna Wilson (Jackie) of Killeen, TX, Mecha Douglas of Dallas, TX, Emani Anderson of Dallas, TX, and Aaliya Johnson of Sherman, TX; eight great nieces and nephews; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

David joined church on March 31, 2019 in Greenville, TX at New J. Nation with Eric Anthony Brown as Pastor. David knew the Bible as well as he knew the Lord. In his final days he called on him and asked for comfort and forgiveness.

David was the first grandchild born to this family and he was always trying to make sure all of us knew it. David loved to cook. He was the family’s barbeque and fish frying man. He even had a name for the restaurant “SKO and Go”. He would say SKO a plate and then go. David was a very happy person. His smile would light up any room. He loved dancing, dominoes, and family time was always a plus. David had a heart of gold and would give you his last dollar if you needed it. He will definitely be missed. He’s “tipping” through Heaven with the biggest smile on his face saying, “Thank you Lord, I’m home.” Rest in Heaven Angel, you earned your wings and crown of gold.

Arrangements are under the direction of West Oaks Funeral Home. www.westoaksfuneralhome.com

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There will be an open viewing for anyone that would like to come by Wednesday, March 25, 2020 though Friday, March 27, 2020 during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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