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David K. Johnson

David K. Johnson

David K. Johnson, age 39, of Paloma, died on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 in his home. He was born on August 12, 1976 in Quincy, the son of Kent and Christina (Roberts) Johnson.

David was an electrician for several years in Quincy. David enjoyed working outside, loved spending time with his family and loved the Denver Broncos. He also enjoyed going to concerts and listening to his rock music.

He is survived by his parents: Kent and Christina Johnson; one son: Drew Johnson of Golden and one sister: Kelly Johnson of Quincy.

Funeral services will be Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. in Duker & Haugh Funeral Home. Visitation will be held on Saturday morning from 11:00 – 1:00 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Quincy Humane Society.

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From:
Karla Landwehr/Green
Quincy, IL
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My condolences to David's family and friends. David and I were high school friends. Such a sweet and fun guy he was. My heart is heavy today but reminding myself of his sweet, fun heart which makes me smile on this day. Praying for comfort for ALL. May he rest in Peace.
From:
Stacie sparks
Quincy, IL
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Chris and kent...our family is deviated by your tragedy. Your family is in our prayers ♡♡ bill, Georgian Ballard and stacie, steve n sherrie familys♡♡♡♡♡
From:
Jeffrey Jansen
Quincy, IL
Comments:
A great guy and was and is always my friend. Loved his family and had a heard of gold
From:
Milt & Hilda Nixon
Fort Myers, FL
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Kent, Chris, and Kelly. Just heard the news of David. We are so sorry for your loss. We are sending prayers for comfort and understanding at this time and for the future. He has always been Little David to us. Again we are so sorry for your loss
From:
Santee Nixon
Ballwin, MO
Comments:
David was my best friend throughout elementary school. My fondest memories are of David and me playing Hot Wheels behind his home, having sleep overs and exploring the creeks down the road from his grandparents’ farm. The days seemed to never end. We would begin playing late morning until his mom (Christina) called us for lunch. Following lunch we would binge play until his father (Kent) would get home from work. Kent would often wrestle with us. David and I could never get over how strong Kent was and often wondered out loud if we would ever possess such strength. It was hard to imagine growing up then. We lived in the moment we were in. It was the best of times.

As David and I grew older the world eventually pulled us away from one another. However, not many days go by where I don’t imagine myself back in David’s back yard playing Hot Wheels under the tree where his sandbox was located on a warm summer day. Not a care in world. Not a place I’d rather be. I will hold and cherish these memories.

To Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, I am so sorry for your loss.

Love,

Santee Nixon
From:
Ann Marie Johnson
Kansas City, MO
Comments:
This is heart breaking!!! I always thought highly of David, we shared the same last name so Ofcourse we were next to eachother in many yearbooks. He was such a good guy growing up, so fun, sweet and he will be missed dearly. I hope his family and son know they will meet again in Heaven. RIP David Johnson. You had a big heart and smile. You'll be missed my friend.
From:
Justin and Staci Sagarsee
Denver, CO
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Our thoughts and hearts are with David's family and the countless friends we have all shared over the years. We will miss your smile, your laughter and your presence. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. He was truly loved by everyone who shared time with him on this earth. Thank you for sharing him with us over the years.
From:
Dawn Masterson
Lawrenceville, GA
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My condolences go out to Davids family. I was so heart broken to hear about him passing. I use to hang out with David quite a bit when we were younger. He always made me laugh. Which is one of the things I loved about him. I will always treasure my memories of him. He will be truly and deeply missed by me. My heart goes out to his family. Rest in peace David
From:
Rev. Layton & Dee Malone
Ladoga, IN
Comments:
So sorry to hear of your loss, Kelly. We are praying for you and the rest of the family as you go thro' this difficult time. May you sense the Lord's presence very near to you in these days & those still ahead.
From:
Ann Sevier
Pittsfield, IL
Comments:
We are shocked and saddened to hear of David's passing. Our thoughts are with you. We are Drew's great- aunt and - uncle on Mandi's side.
From:
Jerel &Tami (Hastings) Bateman
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Chris sorry for your loss. I still can't believe it. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He was a great guy with a heart of gold. He will be greatly missed!
From:
Charles Mason
Silverdale, WA
Comments:
Just found out. I knew David from Washington Elementary. I have not seen David in over 30 years. I have no words that can ease the pain that his family must be feeling. Just know that David is remembered even by those of us who are far away.
From:
Misty Zumwalt
HANNIBAL, MO
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David and I met in Junior high school and he was my first crush and kiss. We lost touch and I haven't seen him in 25 or more years. He was so sweet and sensitive. We had some long phone conversations, hours and hours. I am so sorry for his family and friends. He was a jewel and unforgettable.