Summary

Conflict Period:
Vietnam War 1
Branch:
Army 1
Birth:
24 Aug 1945 2
Hamilton, Butler County Ohio 1
Death:
25 Dec 2007 1
25 Dec 2007 2
Dayton, Ohio 1
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Full Name:
Jerry Johnson 2
Birth:
24 Aug 1945 2
Hamilton, Butler County Ohio 3
Male 3
Death:
25 Dec 2007 3
25 Dec 2007 2
Dayton, Ohio 3
Residence:
Last Residence: Dayton, OH 2
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Birth:
Mother: Hazel Hobbs 3
Father: Walker Johnson 3
Marriage:
Shirley M. Moore 3
12 Feb 1966 3
Kettering, Ohio 3
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Vietnam War 1

Branch:
Army 1
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Social Security:
Card Issued: Ohio 2

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To Dad, A Fathers touch, a Daddy's kiss, a grieving daughter, you're greatly missed-an empty house, an empty chair, a father's love, no longer there. A broken heart, tear filled eye, another soul to fill the sky. Many memories in my mind, some I laugh, some I cry. The times we shared, the laughs we had - things I miss when I think of you Dad. Realizing that's all I have to hold on to, only memories, of what once was you. Missing your laugh, I will never again hear. That is the reality that fills me with so much fear. No more smile on your face, no more warmth of your embrace. The last hug, the last kiss, the last "goodbye" leaves me with one last wish ... To have you Dad, here today, never to leave your daughter this way. A father's touch, a daddy's kiss, a grieving daughter, YOU'RE GREATLY MISSED!

Jerry

Dayton, Ohio

Jerry was a member of Rolling Thunder, they would travel with the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. Also they would ride with the Patriot Guard. To sheild families from unwelcome guest; while also showing respect for those who protect us all.
Jerry was dedicated to helping the disabled and sick Veterans. Jerry would serve food at the VA Hospital Events. Jerry had a heart of gold.

♥- at Jerry's furnal, the motorcycle riders rode behind the hearse. Jerry's best friend Joe Meyers lead the bikers, riding Jerry's Harley. It was something to see and wish I had a photo of that. Rolling Thunder did there changing of the guards at his furnal and folded the flag draped on his coffin and proudly handed it to his son.

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