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D ON ’ T C RY F OR M E Don’t cry for me, I will be okay Heaven is my home and this is where I’ll stay Don’t cry for me, I’m where I belong I want you to stay happy and try to stay strong

A CKNOWLEDGMENT The family would like to acknowledge everyone that prayed for us, sent flowers, sent a meal, cards or said a kind word. We would like to say thank you very much and we will cherish these kind jesters. -

Don’t cry for me, it was just my time But I will see you on the other side Don’t cry for me, I’m not alone


The angels are with me to welcome me home Don’t cry for me, I have no fear All my pain is gone and Jesus took my tears Don’t cry for me, this is not the end I’ll be waiting here for you when we meet again -Laverne Watson

B ROTHERS Henry J. Johnson Jr. James Busby Johnson Jr. Henry J. Johnson III

F RIENDS Trellis Stephens Jason Robinson Chris Phifer

In Loving Memory of


Brandon Allen DeQualon Fields Devon Fields

D’Aris Mays Damarea Hartfield Demorris Fields

I NTERMENT Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Dallas, Texas

U NTIL W E M EET A GAIN You caught me when I fell, You are the hero of my childhood And my later years as well Every time I think of you, my heart still fills with pride Though I will always miss you, Dad I know you’re by my side In laughter and in sorrow, In sunshine and in rain I know you’re

R EPASS 1228 Reverend CBT Smith St. Dallas, TX

Final Arrangements Entrusted To

watching over me, Until we meet again

John E. Beckwith Jr. - CEO & Owner Dallas, Texas |(214) 941-7332 Fort Worth, Texas |(817) 478-9555 Tallulah, Louisiana | (318) 574-6100

S EPTEMBER 9, 1975 — M ARCH 19, 2023

S ATURDAY , A PRIL 1, 2023 13:00 H OURS W ORDS OF F AITH M ISSIONARY C HURCH 5010 S. D ENLEY D R . D ALLAS , T EXAS 75216 Rev. Michael W. Mosby, Pastor Bishop Jeffery D. Thomas, Senior Pastor - Officiating Mt. Rose Church — 7141 Field View Lane — Dallas, TX 75246

-Love, Nike

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LEWIS HENRY JOHNSON was born September 9, 1975, in Dallas Texas to Henry J. Johnson Sr. and Lavern Watson. He was a graduate of Franklin D. Roosevelt High School in 1993. He was a proud employee of Pilgrim Pride in Pittsburg, Texas until 2023. He found pride and joy with his kids, grand kids and watching his famous Dallas Cowboys on TV. Lewis had an infectious smile that lit up any room he entered and a heart of gold to match. He was a hard worker who lived his life to the fullest. Lewis was a humble man and a gentle giant who gave the best hugs. He loved being with his family and remained a dedicated family man until he drew his last breath.

He was preceded in death by his father and a daughter, Zoey Johnson.

He leaves to cherish his memory: mother: Laverne Watson; children: Devon Lewis “Parlay”, Nyesha

Alfred “Nike”, Cassidy Slaughter and Alye Johnson; siblings: Henry J. Johnson Jr. “JJ”, Stephanie Fields “Pokie” (Chris), Rodrick Watson (Rocko) Verlia Rochelle Johnson “Precious” (Eddie), James

Busby Johnson Jr. “Scooter”, E’Mesha Durham, Henry J. Johnson III “Tre”, Rhonda Watson “Peaches”; a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and friends.

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