Juston Levi Johnson
Juston Levi Johnson
Juston Levi Johnson was the only child born to Terry Joe Johnson on November 1st 1980 in Bishop California. Juston went home to be with his lord and savior on November 13th 2017. 

Juston passed away at the age of 37 in his home, which was his favorite place to be. 

Juston was an amazing man with many qualities, his laugh was contagious and his heart was so big. Juston grew up being an outdoors kind of man. He loved to fish, hunt, and be in the mountains. He always had a wild side for danger. 

One of Juston’s favorite people in this world that he looked up to was his dad -  they had wonderful times together and shared many memories. One thing that they always shared was football, especially giving one another hard times about their teams. 

Juston met the love of his life Rachel Johnson on March 22, 2014 and even though they had four short years together he loved her very much and she loved him. They share many things in common, but the most beautiful thing that they got to share together was their two beautiful children, Hailey and Grace Johnson. 

Juston also has a son Joshua Levi Johnson that he loved very much. Juston was an amazing dad. He loved to play and teach his children about God and to be the best that they could be in life. 

Juston worked very hard for his family -  his line of work was drilling, which included very long days, and very long hours away from his family, but no matter what Juston always put his family first. 

Juston is survived by his wife Rachel Johnson, his father Terry Johnson, his grandmother Frankie Johnson and his children Joshua, Hailey and Grace Johnson. Juston is also survived by his two sisters Latisha and Catrina and many cousins and other extended family members.  

Juston is preceded in death by his grandfather Doyle Johnson. 

Juston will be missed by many friends and family, his memory will live on forever in many hearts. 

A celebration of life is being held at D3 church on Saturday December 2nd at 1pm. The Memory of a good person is a blessing Proverbs 10:7