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Worldwide Candle Lighting Memorial Wall

In honor of our 23rd Annual Worldwide Candle Lighting share a message to our memorial wall in memory of your child, grandchild, or sibling. Sharing to the memorial wall will be available until Friday 5:00 pm (CST), December 13th. The memorial wall will remain on our website until Summer of 2020.

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Our beautiful son Nathan transitioned on 28 September 2019. He had just turned 18 and had spent his senior year in high school battling an aggressive cancer. He was one of a kind. A great soul, wise beyond his years. Loving and kind, funny, smart, interesting, easy-going, a little bit goofy and always positive. The kid who gently and patiently helped care for younger children. The student who loved his physical therapy class and wanted to start a career in medicine. The sharp-shooter, Tolkien fan, accomplished gamer, tenacious soccer defender and flag-football champion. The cancer patient who bore so much, never wanted his disease to define him, shunned pity and made all the doctors and nurses laugh. The loving son and brother. And so he will remain. We love you deeply and always.
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We light a candle today in memory of our Son Ray H. Johnson Jr. Our amazing son left this world and went home to his Heavenly Father nearly 10 years ago on January 10, 2010. Ray is forever loved and missed by his family. We think of his wonderful spirit , drive to make a mark in this world and his love for his family. We will never be the same without Ray. We love you and miss you tremendously every single day! 💔😭 💔 Mom, Dad, Kim, Kremell and Marshall

Ruthie Johnson - Atlanta

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