Ivan Kieth Johnson
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Ivan Kieth Johnson 66, went to be with the Lord on September 16th, 2020 Services will be performed Saturday, October 10th at Victory Bible Church in Lawrence Ks. His laughter and amazing sense of humor will be greatly missed.





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Published in Lawrence Journal-World on Oct. 4, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
OCT
10
Service
Victory Bible Church
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6 entries
October 10, 2020
My favorite Uncle Keith, So sorry I misspelled Keith in this obituary. Nevertheless, he was my favorite uncle, who took me to see my first movie, who scared the mess out of me during my Halloween birthday party, and who looked out for me and my sister back when we were his little "Head and Face Booty" nieces. In the last conversation I had with him, he voiced that he wanted me to keep connected with the family. For my own good, and for his memory's sake, I will uncle Keith, I will.
Nicole
October 5, 2020
Debra, family and friends: my sincere sympathies.
Keith: Thanks for all the fun times and laughter we shared. Bob is being cared for my friend. Peace.
Pee Wee
Michele
Friend
October 5, 2020
I’ll always miss your Humor and laughter thanks for being my friend
Saundra
Friend
October 4, 2020
I’m lost for words something you never was you always knew just what to say and how to say it .Miss you old friend rest well see you at the crossroads
Reggie
Friend
October 4, 2020
He was a nice person and friend we grew up together we laughed and played together as kids he will truly be miss may God watch over you as you go over to the other side.
stephen dowdell
Friend
October 4, 2020
Kieth was a person full of fun and laughter when I worked with him in the early 80's for the City of Lawrence Utility Department.
Go rest high on that mountain my friend.
Jim Stuit
Coworker
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