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Gregory B. Johnson

Greg B. Johnson died May 1, 2015, (heart attack) at the age of 68. He reached his 45-year milestone as a member of the Church of God on Feb. 2, 2015.

 

Greg was born in Alliance , Ohio , on Nov. 24, 1946, to Leslie Paul Johnson and Beulah Marie Firestein. He graduated from Modesto Junior College and joined the Navy. He became interested in the Church and filed as a conscientious objector, which was granted. He received an honorable discharge.

 

Greg went on to attend Ambassador College and graduated in 1973. He was then hired by the Worldwide Church of God and married Kathleen Martha Krauter. His first assignment was Edmonton and Westlock, Alberta, Canada. While serving in Canada he had three daughters. He also served in Roseburg, Oregon; Janesville, Wisconsin; Nashville, Tennessee; and Cleveland, Ohio from 1980-1996.

 

In 1996, Greg transitioned from the ministry into career counseling. In Octo­ber of 1998, Greg married Kathleen Marie Callahan Moore and added two step-daughters into the family. They lived in Florida and relocated to San Antonio , Texas .

 

For the last 20 years, Greg worked as a career adviser. Greg loved his job, serving people and living God’s way of life. He enjoyed hiking, gardening, oil painting, playing the guitar and singing. He always believed that if music was playing, you’d better be dancing.

 

Survivors include his wife, Kathleen Marie Johnson, of Deltona, Florida; two brothers, Terry and Mark Johnson of Sacramento, California; five daughters, Tricia Moore Montero Merring (Bert), of Clermont, Florida; Krista Johnson, of Portland, Oregon; Letisha Johnson-Lusk (Brent), of Culver City, California; Tracy Moore Nance Cooper (Jason), of Deltona, Florida; Andrea Johnson Haller (John), of Claremont, California. He also leaves behind six grandchildren: Alyssa Soule (Michael), Allison Montero, Alec Nance, Autumn Nance, Brenden Merring and Caleb Merring, with two more on the way; and two great-grandchildren, Micah and Archibald Soule.

 

Greg will continue to be greatly missed by many. He finished his race strong with love and dedication and awaits his crown

 



 
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11/19/15 04:03 PM #1    

Cledice Decker (1959)

Greg B. Johnson died May 1, 2015, at the age of 68. He reached his 45-year milestone as a member of the Church of God on Feb. 2, 2015.

 

Greg was born in Alliance , Ohio , on Nov. 24, 1946, to Leslie Paul Johnson and Beulah Marie Firestein. He graduated from Modesto Junior College and joined the Navy. He became interested in the Church and filed as a conscientious objector, which was granted. He received an honorable discharge.

 

Greg went on to attend Ambassador College and graduated in 1973. He was then hired by the Worldwide Church of God and married Kathleen Martha Krauter. His first assignment was Edmonton and Westlock, Alberta, Canada. While serving in Canada he had three daughters. He also served in Roseburg, Oregon; Janesville, Wisconsin; Nashville, Tennessee; and Cleveland, Ohio from 1980-1996.

 

In 1996, Greg transitioned from the ministry into career counseling. In Octo­ber of 1998, Greg married Kathleen Marie Callahan Moore and added two step-daughters into the family. They lived in Florida and relocated to San Antonio , Texas .

 

For the last 20 years, Greg worked as a career adviser. Greg loved his job, serving people and living God’s way of life. He enjoyed hiking, gardening, oil painting, playing the guitar and singing. He always believed that if music was playing, you’d better be dancing.

 

Survivors include his wife, Kathleen Marie Johnson, of Deltona, Florida; two brothers, Terry and Mark Johnson of Sacramento, California; five daughters, Tricia Moore Montero Merring (Bert), of Clermont, Florida; Krista Johnson, of Portland, Oregon; Letisha Johnson-Lusk (Brent), of Culver City, California; Tracy Moore Nance Cooper (Jason), of Deltona, Florida; Andrea Johnson Haller (John), of Claremont, California. He also leaves behind six grandchildren: Alyssa Soule (Michael), Allison Montero, Alec Nance, Autumn Nance, Brenden Merring and Caleb Merring, with two more on the way; and two great-grandchildren, Micah and Archibald Soule.

 

Greg will continue to be greatly missed by many. He finished his race strong with love and dedication and awaits his crown

 

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