Martin Ray Johnson

August 12, 1941July 2, 2019

Johnson, Martin Ray, 77, of Pompano Beach passed away on July 2, 2019. He was born on August 12, 1941 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, son of the late Waldo E. and Elizabeth R. Johnson. Ray is survived by his two children, Kevin Johnson of Pompano Beach and Brandy Stafford of Orange Park; two grandchildren, Sydney Brooks and Madison Stafford; brother, Wayne Johnson; sister, Walda Letson. Ray was an important member of many parts of his community, especially the First United Methodist Church and Pompano Beach OneBlood Donation Center. He leaves many friends and family behind. Memorial Service will be held on July 19, 2019 2:00 pm at the Christ Church Chapel, 201 NE 2nd St. Pompano Beach, FL. Arrangements by: Kraeer Funeral Home, 200 W. Copans Road, Pompano Beach, FL.


19 July

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Christ Church Chapel

201 NE 2nd St
Pompano Beach, Florida


Martin Ray Johnson

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Keith Cheshire

July 15, 2019

Ray was a dear and early friend of childhood, even preceding twelve years of schooling together! When, in the second grade, I needed a new church home, it was Ray who invited me to come with him to, what became my church home into adulthood, First Methodist of Pompano! Like his father before him, Ray was a faithful servant of our church throughout his life.

Godspeed Ray!

Elizabeth Camp

July 15, 2019

Ray was a special member of our 1959 PBHS graduating class. He was always friendly to those of us who joined our class during the years leading up to graduation. I am sad to say I had lost touch with Ray in the last few years. RIP Ray. You will b e missed.

Adrienne Moore

July 14, 2019

Ray was a wonderful friend and will be missed by many. He was my neighbor on 18th Avenue for many years, had a sense of humor and always pleasant to be around.Ray served in the First Methodist Church as an usher for many years and helped on many committees. God bless you Ray and may you R.I.P.

Delores Benedict

July 13, 2019

My best friend for many years and I will miss him so much