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Raymond “Ray” Albertus Johnson Sr, 75, of Stanwood Michigan, passed away peacefully at home, Thursday, October 27th, 2016.
Raymond was born January 22, 1941 in Battle Creek Michigan to Albertus (Bert) and Ruth Johnson. His presence will be sorely missed by his wife Mary Lou of Stanwood; children Sheila (Johnson) Kaminski, Ray Johnson II, Jody Nail, Carl Warren, Kris Hester and Jeff Boughton;  siblings Ronald (Ron) Johnson, Marie Tyjewski, Beverly Swank, all of Battle Creek and Naomi Wilson of Eustis Fla.; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; and countless friends.  Raymond was preceded in death by brothers Kenneth Johnson and Leon Johnson, both World War II veterans, and Dick Smith, all from Battle Creek.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at 11:00AM Thursday, November 10th at Charlotte Assembly of God church, 1100 E. Clinton Trail, Charlotte MI 48813.  Pastor Randy Leiter will be officiating.   
Flowers may be sent to the church where the service is being held. In lieu of flowers, contributions 
to the family may be made to Ray Johnson and sent to 5155 Windsor Hwy, Potterville MI 48876

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  1. Bob Groh on November 2, 2016 at 9:43 pm

    We will see you soon God loves you.



  2. Jody on November 4, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    I loved poppa so very much!! I loved all of our anniversary vacations together. There are so many awesome memories. He taught me to drive, how to love, I am the person I am today because of him. My kids couldn’t ask for a better grandfather. He was truly loved and will be forever missed.



  3. Violet Turner on November 7, 2016 at 12:48 am

    I miss your smiling face, but I know you are smiling once again. I will see you again on the other side, until then play your music for Jesus!



  4. Jeff on November 9, 2016 at 11:37 am

    It’s been a while since we last talked but you were in my thoughts. We all will miss you and we shall meet up on the other side. Oh and thank you for taking care of mom.



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