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WILLIAM OLSER JOHNSON

March 11, 1953 - November 19, 2020

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Posted by:
Jan Liacopoulos Miorelli

Posted on:
November 25, 2020

The Liacopoulos and Miorelli Families extend our deepest sympathies. The Johnson Family have been our lifelong friends and neighbors, this loss is tragic and brings back many memories of CB, particularly in the 1960's and '70's. Hugs and love to the Johnson Girls, Azalea will never be the same, but Elsa's voice still rings out in the evening air calling the kids in for dinner.

Posted by:
Mike Dyer

Posted on:
November 24, 2020

My deepest condolences to Brian and the rest of his family. I have lost brothers, sisters, parents and there’s just no way to really come to grips with it. I can only imagine what your family is going through right now Brian. Try to stay strong, but grieve as you must. My humble advice: talk about him as much as you can for the rest of your lives

Posted by:
Jackie johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Billy and Jackie at home waiting for the kids to arrive last Thanksgiving!

Posted by:
Jackie Johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Brian just threw a 9 inning shut out in Fenway!

Posted by:
Jackie Johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Brooke’s White Coat ceremony!

Posted by:
Jackie Johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Enjoying Billy playing baseball!

Posted by:
Jackie johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

When the children were younger....

Posted by:
Lotti Alukonis

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Sending all of my love and prayers for peace and healing to Billy's friends and family. I have childhood memories of seeing him and Brian out on the baseball field, he was always there supporting and cheering on Brian. One of my best memories was fishing off of Billy's dock and him helping me fight a huge sail cat and cheering me on to reel her on in on my own. Couldn't have done it without him! Biggest fish I've ever caught. I am so grateful to have met such a wonderful, kind man. May he rest in paradise with his brother and always shine his light down on his family here. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

Posted by:
Vic Johnson

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

I haven't seen Billy in years but our time together in college, and occasional times in the years after that, were filled with fun and lots of laughter. I remember one occasion about 20 years after college when Billy showed up for an event in Gainesville and we unexpectedly ran into one another. We spent an hour drinking a cold one (or two) and catching up. He was always genuine and comfortable in his own skin. And there was always laughter wherever he went. Definitely a man's man and a great athlete! I'm sure he's regaling those in his new home with lots of funny stories! RIP Hammerhead!

Posted by:
Craig Crowl

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

My big brother will be dearly missed.

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