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Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home

211 West Ave B, Copperas Cove, TX

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Kendall Wayne Johnston

June 28, 1972June 3, 2019
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Kendall Wayne Johnston was born on June 28, 1972 and passed away on June 3, 2019.

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Ronald Lyons

June 6, 2019

Corrina,

I first met Kendall, when I was a Copperas Cove Police Officer. I used to stop and visit with his Father and Mother up on the hilltop. Kendall was a remarkable man, who as mush as possible walk in the footsteps of Christ. He had a passion for all of us. I pray you will find comfort and peace in God's unyielding love. I've no word's which could ever help to understand why the good are often taken from us so soon. I do believe that our Father in heaven has a plan for us all and he needed Kendall. My comfort is believing in God's plan. I know Kendall will continue to look over us all in heaven as he did here on the earth. God bless you and keep you safe in his hands.

Carrie (Horn) Delaney

June 5, 2019

Corrina,
There are no words that adequately describe how much Kendall was loved as a coworker and friend. He was a hard worker, trustworthy, and compassionate. We lost touch again in 2016 and only recently reconnected. He was the type of friend who, once you had him, he was a keeper...he cherished his friends but, more so, his family.
His friendship was a treasure and his memory is now a blessing. Always know that you and your family are dearly loved.

Pauline Redington

June 5, 2019

Corrina,
I just want to let you know how happy I am that Kendall was in Sidney's life for the short time that you all have known each other. She always would talk about you all coming in and how he always ordered the Big Nasty with extra gravy. I was grateful that I got to meet him in the ER when Sidney was having issues early in her pregnancy. He put her mind at ease and checked on us the whole time we were in there. Always remember. He might not be here with you, but he will always be by your side, and when you go to bed at night, he will be the brightest star in the sky.

Take Care,
Pauline
Sidney's Mom