February 21, 2014

Dane Andrew Johnson

— Dane Andrew Johnson

Funeral services for Dane Andrew Johnson, of Newcastle, OK, will be 1:00 p.m., Monday, February 24, 2014 at the Sevier Funeral Home Chapel.

Dane Andrew Johnson was born April 20, 1982 in Stillwater, OK to Terry Leon Johnson and Linda Sue McNinch.  He passed away on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at Newcastle at the age of 32.

He is preceded in death by a nephew, Tyler Johnson in 2006 and his grandparents.

Dane is survived by his mother, Linda McNinch, of Oklahoma City; his father and step-mother, Terry and Charlotte Johnson of Newcastle; five sisters:  Kristen Akers and her husband, Brian, of South Jordan, UT, Andrea Eckles and her husband, Robert, Holdenville,Kelli Rose and her husband, Jason, Huntington Beach, CA, Sharla Lister and her husband, Jeff, of Amber, Starla Hudson and her fiancée, Timothy Williams, of Oklahoma City; three brothers:  Zak Johnson and his wife, Natasha, of Moore, Shane Knapp, of Blanchard, Laythan Cloke and his wife, Whitney, of Moore; Grandparents, Shirley and Eron Wilkins of Lindsay; Nieces and Nephews:  Tyler, Mike and Taysha Akers, Bailee, Samantha and Rylee Eckles, Grace, Elizabeth, Lucien,Ryan and Chloe Rose, Korben and Paisley Johnson, Chloe Rose; and a great niece, Paisley Wissler.

Services are under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home, Chickasha, OK


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