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Harry Lee Johnson Jr., “Lee”, 47 of Eldon, Missouri passed away April 6, 2016. Services arranged by Missouri Funeral Care facilityhttp://heartlandcremation.com
On Tuesday April 12, 2016 friends and family may arrive as early as 12:00 noon to fellowship, share memories and photos – then a small salute ceremony will be held at1:00 p.m. at the gravesite in Brooking Cemetery 10004 E 53rd St, Raytown, MO 64133.
Lee was preceded in death by his son Harry Lee Johnson III (2003); his Aunt Wanda R. Johnson (2000), Uncle Charles Willard “Charlie” Johnson (2011 ); Cousin Charles Willard “Willie” Jr. (1974), his Uncle Isaac “Eugene” Johnson (1981) and Grandfather Isaac “Ike”(1994) & Grandmother Nina “Pauline” Johnson (1993), Uncle Grant N. Buxton (2005); Leigh A. LaMear (2015); Shirley Buxton (2015), Wayne L. Buxton (2016). Lees Maternal Grandfather was Evert G. Buxton (1989) of Lee’s Summit, Missouri/Longview Farm resident. Mr. Buxton was a Math Teacher at Raytown Senior High School in the 50’s.
Survivors include his mother Linda G. Larkin of Olean, Missouri and his father Harry Lee Johnson Sr. of Kansas City, Missouri; his son David Isaac Eugene Johnson of Raytown, Missouri; David’s mother Lisa E. Poole; Lee Senior’s sister Mary Carney (Merle) Carney. Lee’s grandmother Katherine Alene Buxton and Aunt Katy Buxton Neu, Jamison Neu (Sandra Fuhrmann), Uncle Thomas L. Buxton (Kathleen Ackroyd) lived close by. Other relatives and friends are from Kansas City, Kansas, Eldon, Missouri, Camdenton, Missouri, Jeff City and Rolla Missouri, St. Peters, Missouri, Lexington, Kentucky, Florida and as far as San Antonio, Texas.
Lee attended Hickman Mills Senior High School until 1987. Some of Lee’s best friends are David, David Winsor and Jimmy Quigg, Brian Parsons, Randy Heitman and Kelly J. Johnson “his Cousin & Besty”, and Cousin and close friend Everett (Amy) Johnson/Raytown High School.
Lee was a Christian, he loved Jesus Christ and was in care at Pathways in Eldon, MO, they were working closely with Lee and he was loved by all of them. He loved NASCAR, Pontiac TransAms, the Kansas City Chiefs, Coca-Cola, and he was a pretty good mechanic. Lee was employed at Johnson Construction Kansas City and Blue Valley Auto Parts Glenwood, Missouri among others. Lee passed from complications of pneumonia.
Services arranged by Missouri Funeral Care facilityhttp://heartlandcremation.com
Friends & family may come to the gravesite as early as noon on Tuesday April 12, 2016 to share memories and photos – then a small salute ceremony will be held at1:00 p.m. at the gravesite in Brooking Cemetery 10004 E 53rd St, Raytown, MO 64133 will be held.
Pallbearers are David Winsor, Danny Windsor, Jimmy Quigg, Brian Parsons at the gravesite only.
April 12, 2016 Tuesday
High: 65 °F
Rest In Peace Harry Lee Johnson Jr.