November 29, 1956 – April 19, 2021
Brad Johnson, age 64, of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, died on April 19, 2021 at Regional West Medical Center. A visitation is scheduled for Monday, April 26, from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at Dugan Kramer Funeral Chapel with the funeral service on Tuesday, April 27, at 10:30am at Harvest Valley Church with Pastor Curt Holzworth officiating. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Park. A memorial has been established to the family.
Brad was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on November 29, 1956, to Harold and Lois (Grabher) Johnson. He received his early education at St. Agnes School, and later received his GED in Lincoln.
Brad started his own trucking business back in the 80’s, which evolved into Johnson Enterprises, offering lawn care and snow removal. He kept the business going up until his passing. In January of 2020, he started an additional business, MVP Limousine, with his daughter, Jasmine. He always wanted to drive a limo, and he was the happiest he could be, because it reminded him of driving his semi. He worked hard to provide for his family.
Brad was a loving and caring man. He was always willing to go out of his way to help anyone in need. His family and friends could always depend on him for advice or a helping hand. He made friends everywhere he went and was a good friend to many people.
He was a great father to three beautiful girls that he loved dearly. He was grandfather to a handsome grandson and two beautiful granddaughters. Family was a big part of Brad’s life and he enjoyed spending quality time with them, often camping and boating. He also loved taking random trips out of town for shopping or going for a drive to get away.
Wherever Brad was at, you could always hear laughter roaring through the building. In addition to an infectious smile, he had a contagious laugh and bright, shining personality. He lived a wonderful life and left a piece of his heart with everyone he knew. He will be dearly missed by family, friends, and loved ones.
Survivors include his parents; siblings; daughters, Sarah (Justin) Coffey, Elexus Johnson, and Jasmine Johnson; grandkids, Landyn, Madison, and Remington Coffey; Cindy Groce, mother of Sarah; Ami Adam, mother of Elexus and Jasmine; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
- Sarah Coffey
- Elexus Johnson
- Jasmine Johnson
- Justin Coffey
- Seth Hammock
- Luke Meysenburg
- Landyn Coffey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Madison Coffey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Remington Coffey, Honorary Pallbearer
Monday, April 26, 2021
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
April 22, 2021
I met Brad through my husband. I moved here in 2010 and he was one of the first people I met. Brad loved to pick on me and I gave it back. His daughters are the love of his life and it showed. These girls have grown into amazing young women because of the love he had for them. Prayers for the family for healing.
April 21, 2021
My heart and brain are still trying to wrap around the fact you are gone. 😢 For some reason - I always thought you would outlive most because of your orneriness and passion/zest for life!
You were a one-of-a-kind man and you will always hold a very special place in my heart!!
When I think about you these are the things I remember: A sharp-dressed man with a big belt buckle when you was out and about but in the summer you always wore bright neon-colored sleeveless tank shirts, a contagious laugh, a smile that would light up a room, a voice and laugh that was recognizable from quite a distance. A man that had lots of advice to give. A man that was kind and always looking to find ways to help others but yet at the same time joking and being ornery. 😉 You always had the best stories! You worked hard but you played even harder... You had the best toys (motorcycles, pickups, camper, boat, limos, etc) and they always would catch people’s eye because of how sharp they always looked.. You took pride in them and it always showed. You had a personality that made you unique and one of a kind - Brad Johnson...
My heart is breaking for your girls because I know how close you were to them!
I hate the fact that I won’t be running into you anymore while I am in Scottsbluff. Every time we ran into each other it always ended up being a great memory! I will hold on to ALL the memories... You will NEVER be forgotten...
I can just imagine all the grief- laughs you are giving to all those in Heaven! RIP my friend!!
April 21, 2021
I work at Walmart and I always enjoyed talking to Brad when he came in. He always had a few jokes to share that were sure to make you laugh. He worked hard for his family and you could definitely see that. He will be dearly missed. My condolences to the family.