Celebration of Life Center
Guest Book for Keith Johnson
Sheri Syverud Grahmbeek
As a neice of Keith & Connie, I along with my brothers & later my own children, thought the little town was just for us! It was our Summer playground!
Trips too many to count, memories are most wonderful. Uncle Keith & Aunt Connie always made us feel so very welcomed. And now I only wish I could share it all over again with my grandchildren - magical! We will forever love & appreciate & now miss them very much.
I visited the town of Ayr back in the mid 70's with my father and other family members. It was my fathers home town (Father: James Girard - Born 1914: Died 1976). He enjoyed going back home to the town where he grew up (his health was failing). It's so nice to see the work that Mr. Johnson did in honor of his son and nice to visit the photos of the town / buildings online.
Please extend my condolences to the family. Uncle Keith was a kind and gracious man to everyone he met...and he blessed my life with his kindness years many ago.
Tara (Reno) Riordan
I remember when my family visited Keith and Connie in 1985, he showed me so much cool stuff, things I didn't know existed! R.I.P. Keith, thanks for the memories (((HUGS)))
Tara Reno Riordan
Phenix City Alabama
I was saddened to hear about keiths death. I haven't seen him now for several years. I had the pleasure of working for him at his Mobil Oil Company in Ayr for 4 years (1961-1965). He gave me a job when I needed one. I remember him being a dedicated worker, and he built a small business into a very large one. He was very ambitous person. Keith worked hard, and played hard. He earned everything he got. I remember well his historic town that he built, and all the antique cars that he enjoyed bringing back to life, and driving them in parades, or maybe just on a Sunday afternoon. He was a pillar of the community, serving as mayor, on the school board, and as a deacon at his church. Much, much more could be said, and it would all be good.
Farewell my friend,
Sincerely, Robert D. Moseson
tom & Ethel Oxtoby
Gary, Thinking of you at this time...We always enjoyed Keith and Connie and all of their stories of antiques and cars.
We hauled gas to Keith and you for sometime. We met Keith and Connie in the 1970's. They were a great couple.
Janet Beattie Johnson
As a young girl growing up I Ayr, I looked to Keith and Connie as great role models. They were the age group that buffered my friends and I with my parents. I remember what great supporters they were for all of us. I left Ayr in my early teens, but what good memories I have of them and the Johnson family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Janet Beattie Johnson
Bill and Sylvia Richards
We recall Keith's dedication and love for his family. He endeavored to be busy all through life. We'll fondly remember tours taken of Ayr.
Grand Rapids MI
The Mitchell Boy's send our prayers for Keith and Family. Our brother Ken, worked for Keith for a few years. Keith did a very nice job in keeping Ayr on the map, with his 'Little Village', I called it.
May he rest in peace.
Bill, Ed, Don (our beloved brother Ken, who is resting at this time).
You will be dearly missed
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