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Friday, December 7, 2012

Kim J. Johnson, 58, of West Main Street in Ludlow, PA

Kim J. Johnson
Kim J. Johnson
(July 10, 1954 - December 5, 2012)

Kim J. Johnson, 58, of West Main Street in Ludlow, died unexpectedly Wednesday, December 5, 2012 in the Kane Community Hospital.

Born July 10, 1954 in Warren, he was the son of Emil L. and Mildred E. Larson Johnson.

Mr. Johnson worked at Kane Hardwood for many years. He attended the Kane Revival Center and was an avid NASCAR fan.

Surviving are his father of Kane; a brother, Ronald E. Johnson of Bradford; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother.

A memorial service will be held privately at the Kane Revival Center with the rev. Leonard Eastman, pastor, officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Kane Revival Center, 401 Greeves Street, Kane, PA 16735.


With a heavy heart we say goodbye to one of our own here at Kane Hardwood. Kim was a treasured employee here for many years from November 2002

to the present. Kim was the go to guy when something needed done, he dug head first into every task and never once back away. Here at Kane Hardwood

He was famous for having snack tucked away in hiding places and Ice cream in every freezer. His love of stock car racing was unmatched attending every

major race track in the area and every conversation with Kim eventually end up discussing his last race track adventure.

His pickup truck was his pride and joy and crept into many a conversation also.

God Bless Kim, you will be missed by all of your friends and coworkers.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Kim was a great guy. He would give you the shirt off his back. He was a friend to all. Heaven gained a very special angel. He will be GREATLY missed.

Anonymous said...

I would like to thank whoever wrote the piece on Kim on Solomon's word. The words were perfect, fit him to a "T". He would have smiled and said it was no big deal. I'm sure his family and friends all thank the writer.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this artical! It was very fitting of Kim. He will be missed by many!

Anonymous said...

Thanks to whoever wrote this...as a close cousin; I can say that this is very well put & appreciated. Kim was a very gentle soul & is greatly missed!

Anonymous said...


You were the best. There was no
better heart on this earth! Heaven
is better and this world is a little colder now!! You left a hole
in everyones heart that knew you
here!!

Doug

Anonymous said...

Kim was a friend and brother in the Lord. when I first gave my heart to the Lord over thirty years ago I met Kim and some of his cousins.. they were all good people and I will miss him. Goods speed! Brad.