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In memory of Landon Ryan Johnson

Created by Angela Geier

Landon Johnson

Thank you for visiting the memorial of my son, Landon Ryan Johnson. Landon loved life, held his family close and valued his friendships. He could make you laugh for hours and left us with so many funny stories to share. He was thoughtful and sensitive and had such stamina. He never judge anyone and could hold a conversation for hours on end. He determination and strength and many times was my strength, my backbone. He had a heart of gold, a smile to lift the anyone's day, the patience to remind us it's ok. He was supportive and knowledgable. He was a simple young man who loved baseball, being outdoors, and always curious to know more. He was the rock to his younger brother and sisters and made an impact in the lives he touched.

I am advocating for drug awareness, educating, preventions, treatments, tools for both the family and addict. Hopefully make a difference in so many lives and families who have, who are, and who are just beginning to experience the nightmare of drugs and the affects it has on everyone and possibly prevent a person from making a decision that will have a huge impact on everyone around them.

Forever young, forever missed, forever loved!



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