Funeral Tribute

William Herbert Frederick Johnson


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In loving memory of William Herbert Fredrick Johnson who sadly passed away on 13th July 2021
JOHNSON William Herbert Fredrick
Originally from Rockhampton and late of Aspley. William passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of his family on the 13th July 2021. At the time of his passing William was only 87 years of age.
Bill (as he preferred to be known) leaves behind his loving children Michele, Leanne, Darren, Melissa and their partners Stephen and Kevin. Grady (the name he became affectionately known as with his grandchildren) will also be deeply missed by his adoring grandchildren Bronte and Lawson.
At this time Bill’s family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and support staff of The Prince Charles Hospital for the care and attention that they showered on their dad that made his final days as happy, comfortable, and peaceful as possible.
We would also like to thank the staff and many new-found friends at Aveo who were incredibly accommodating to Dad’s needs and made it a special time of his life, even though there were challenges.
Bill’s family and friends are warmly welcomed to attend his celebration of life service that will be held at “Our Lady Help of Christians” Catholic Church 9 Bowman Street Hendra on Thursday 22nd July 2021 commencing at 11:00 am. At the conclusion of the service Bill, in accordance with his wishes, will proceed to the crematorium where he will be privately cremated.


Our Lady Of Help


Thursday 22nd July 2021


11:00 am


9 Bowman Street Hendra

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