Let the memory of Jeremy be with us forever
  • 23 years old
  • Born on December 4, 1986 in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States.
  • Passed away on March 21, 2010 in Fort Benning, Georgia, United States.

Jeremy Andrew Johnson, 23, of Conway, born December 4, 1986 in Little Rock, died unexpectedly, Sunday, March 21, 2010. He was a member of the United States Army stationed in Ft. Benning, Georgia, the A-State Boys and a 2005 graduate of Oak Grove High School. Jeremy was a loving husband, father, son, and brother. He is survived by his wife, Kiera (Shelton) Johnson, of Conway; three daughters, Julianne (4) and Elizabeth (1) Johnson, both of Conway; parents, Dwight and Deborah Johnson, of Sherwood; sister, Amber Johnson, of Sherwood; grandparents, Marvin and Joyce Johnson, of Tillar; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, close family members and friends. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Carl D. and Betty Phillips. He is now, also survived by another daughter, Jessica,of Cusseta, GA, unborn child at time of death.

Jeremy enjoyed playing video games, music, riding motorcycles, spending time with family and friends, playing football, and hunting. He was a great man with a great personality. He had a kind and gentle soul. He was always smiling, was easy to get along with, had a sense of humor, loved his family very much, especially his three beautiful daughters. His loss has left a huge void in our lives that can never be filled.

All Medals Received
National Defense Service Medal/Afghanistan Campaign Medal/Global War
on Terrorism Medal

All Awards Received
Army Service Ribbon/ Air Force Training Ribbon/Air Force Longevity
Service Award

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Rest in Peace Hero, our Grateful Nation Salutes You.... Welcome Home Look down upon your loved ones. Circle them in love and guide them down this journey we call life. Until they meet with you again God Bless
Posted by Tiffany Speaker on 3rd December 2013
Today was the last day I saw you 4 years ago I didn't know it would be the last time I ever saw you. I miss you so much and wish I had my best guy friend to run and talk to. You were always there for me when everyone seemed to disappear on me. I know you are watching over those precious girls of yours and Kiera daily. She is doing an amazing job with them. I know you are extremely proud of her and how strong she is. She is so brave and sooooo strong. I am so thankful that you gave me her as my best friend since you had to leave, I could never thank you enough for that. One day I will be able to thank you when I see you again. You are so deeply loved and missed beyond words. I wish you were here to celebrate your birthday tomorrow. You might be gone but you have not been forgotten not even for a second. I miss you and I love you.
Posted by Bobbi Jean on 18th June 2013
RIP dear soldier, I'm saddened that I did not get to know you in life, but I have grown to love you threw your amazing wife & your beautiful 2 daughters. Your legacy & love will forever be carried in the hearts of Kiera, Julianne & Elizabeth and your family.
Posted by Jennifer Kirts on 14th June 2013
Jeremy....Your daughter Jessica and I miss you so much.. She asks everyday where are you. I know you are looking down at us and smile at such a good job I am trying to raise our daughter...its so hard without you...despite everyone else...I will tell Jessica all the good things about you, and the memories we had together...we love you...and we will see you someday. Love Jennifer & Jessica
Posted by Jessica Rozier on 21st April 2013
Rest easy, soldier... Your wife Kiera is doing an awesome job carrying on your memory and raising your little girls. RIP
Posted by Laura Schumann on 21st April 2013
Jeremy.. You & I never had the pleasure of meeting. But I know your wife, kiera. I too am a military widow. Your girls are just beautiful. You'd be so proud of them, & of course kiera for raising them to be such wonderful little ladies. Please continue to watch over them. You are so loved & so missed by them.. X

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