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Johnnie "John" Layne

September 3, 1950November 17, 2020

Johnnie “John” M. Layne, 70 of Lancaster passed away on Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 at the Fairfield Medical Center. John was born on September 3rd, 1950 to the late John S. and Ethel Layne in Martin, Kentucky. He had worked for many years at Arcair and loved old cars. He enjoyed going to car shows and had won numerous awards over the years. John also enjoyed getting together daily with his friends at McDonald’s for breakfast. John is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Sharon; children, Carla (Rodney) Grist, and John Brad (Tonjia) Layne; grandchildren, Nichole (Shane), Sharie, Emily, and Aryell (Coty); great-grandchildren, Trinity, Harley, Sophia, Ember, Kamora, and Gabriel; sisters, Mary Hunt and Linda Pierce; numerous nieces and nephews, and special nephew, Bobby Brown. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Charles; mother-in-law, Naomi Boggs; and niece, Becky Berry. Dignity Cremation is to take place through the HALTEMAN-FETT & DYER FUNERAL HOME. A Celebration of Life is to take place at a later date.

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Lisa McConaghy

December 2, 2020

I remember John ( rockstar) as one of the strongest men I have ever met. Thats why I called him rockstar. He was truly was a man of strength and perseverance, I was very proud of how strong he was, I admired him greatly.

I think of the day I met him during Carla’s graduation, looking proud, kind, and happy wearing his hat, all smiles. Since that day, when I think of him, or Carla speaks of him, I always picture him wearing his hat… happy and smiling. He lived his life on his terms, defying medical odds kicking butt and taking names like the rockstar that he was. Not only did we share a blood type but we share a love for his family. I know his love, strength, perseverance and determination will live on through his family and I will forever remember him fondly as one of the strongest men I have ever known.

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences to Johns family.

Anna Winland

November 28, 2020

Sharon so sorry for ur loss. This is Anna from Fairfield Kidney Center. I remember all the talks we had an when John left the center. He will he missed by all there who knew him. Thoughts an prayers to you all.

Carla Grist

November 21, 2020

Some of my best memories start with Mom in the background saying, "John! Stop!" When we were kids, he would take John and me on adventurous hikes through the woods, climbing on rocks and in trees - places Mom would never approve at our young age. It was so much fun! I remember when I was little he would ride slowly down the country lane at Aunt Mary's, with me on the back of his motorcycle. Dad was so strong, he could lift both me and John with one arm and swing us around. At the pool, we would beg for him to throw us in the air so we could make big splashes. There was a lot of laughter when Dad was home after working so hard to provide for us! I love and miss you, Daddy!

Diane Myers

November 18, 2020

We remember John as a loyal friend to my husband Joe and John was a wonderful family man who loved his wife Sharon and children Carla and John You will be missed very much.
Diane and Joe.

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