After a long, hard fought battle with cancer, Brian Eugene Johnson, 71, of Sandston, VA went to his final resting place on March 27, 2018. Born in Salem, OR, Brian called Richmond his home for the last 50 years. Brian was extremely proud of being a Vietnam War Veteran, graduate of VCU, supporting his kids and grandkids in all of their endeavors and ultimately retiring from the RMTA. Brian is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Carol Simpson Johnson; step-mother, Norma Johnson; mother-in-law, Martha Simpson; daughter, Kimberly Hannon (James Hannon); son, Eric Johnson (Corinne Johnson); sisters, Elizabeth and Eleanor; brother, Alan; grandchildren, Gavin, Carrington and Taylin (all of which he absolutely adored); dog, Luna; and many more family and friends throughout the country. A celebration of life ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at Varina Episcopal Church.
Celebration of Life
Varina Episcopal Church
Saturday April 28th, 2018
2385 Mill Rd.
Richmond, VA 23231
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Thank you for the time, considerations, and conversations. Brian you are surely missed. I pray that Carol, family, and friends, will be comforted during this difficult time.
Submitted by Tom Barnes on Apr 27 2018 11:04:59 PM
I will always remember Brian's warmth, generous spirit and zest for life. He had a great sense of humor and patience with others. He was one of the best and I'm so grateful to call him family. Brian have a great time catching up with your mom and dad, grandparents and all those who rejoice at your arrival in heaven.
Your Kansas City cousin,
Carey Griffin Cribbs
Submitted by Carey Cribbs on Apr 21 2018 01:01:40 PM
I pray that God will bring you peace during this difficult time. I will miss
Brian. I loved his smile and his go get them attitude. May you remember
all the special moments you all had with him during his active life.
Submitted by Susan Bane on Apr 4 2018 05:26:59 PM
You taught me so much as I started my career with the RMTA. I will cherish your words of wisdom, sarcasm, assistance with your “ traffic control” and your visits after retirement. Until we meet again, Rest In Peace.
Submitted by Janice Smith on Apr 3 2018 07:51:37 AM
Rest in peace in Heaven!!!
Submitted by Keith Hunter on Apr 3 2018 07:12:51 AM
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