Bryan  Curtis Johnson

Bryan Curtis Johnson

February 5, 1972 - December 1, 2018


Bryan Johnson, 46, died Saturday, December 1, 2018 at Texoma Medical Center.
Bryan was born February 5, 1972 in Paris, TX, the son of Jimmie Curtis and Sharon Louise (Farmer) Johnson.
He graduated from Prairieland ISD. Bryan and Charlotte Elaine Finke were married in Fink, TX on February 3, 2005.He was a fuel driver for Sun Coast Resources.
He is survived by his spouse, Charlotte Finke of Pottsboro, other mother Elizabeth Finke of Pottsboro; sons, Josh Marr and Jennifer White of Sherman, Brennen Johnson stationed in Colorado Springs, CO, Brayden Johnson of Paris; daughter, Brookelynne Johnson of Spring, TX; sister, Mandy Wireline and husband, Shannon of Blossom, TX; brothers-in-law, Larry Finke and wife, Teresa and Mike Finke; sister-in-law, Bonnie Finke of Denison; two granddaughters, Elena Curiel of Sherman and Luna Romero of Paris, TX and numerous aunts, uncles nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Jimmie and Sharon Farmer Johnson; father-in-law, Ralph Finke; sister, Kristi Johnson; grandparents, Rev Lonzo and Annie Jones Farmer and Jay Clark and Bonnie Dugan Johnson.
Family visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Johnson-Moore Pottsboro Chapel and also, one hour prior to the service. Funeral services will be 1:00 p.m. Thursday, December 6, 2018 at Johnson-Moore Pottsboro Chapel with Reverend Roger Rister officiating. Burial will follow in Georgetown Cemetery.
Serving as his Huckle bearers are Jordon Smith, David Kelley, Tim Russell, Aaron Breiser, Austin Sulfin, and Aaron Kernek. Honorary Huckle bearers are Aaron Cathcart and Shannon Wireline.
Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson-Moore Funeral Home.
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He was a giant man with a big heart that spoke softly. But don’t take his kindness for weakness, he could put his feet down when needed. He loved his family very dearly and cherished the times he got to spend with them. He loved going muddying, horseback riding, wood working and most of all the times when we would go shooting the guns and riding in the pasture. He was a rock and would do anything for the ones he cared about.

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  • Sun Coast Resources, Inc.


    Sun Coast Resources, Inc. purchased the Crystal Cross Bouquet for the family of Bryan Curtis Johnson.

  • Mina Russ


    Charlotte words can’t express the sadness I felt to hear about Bryan’s passing today. Bryan was just a big lovable teddy bear with a heart of gold. He will be forever missed but not forgotten. Keeping you and the kids in my prayers. Mina & Darrell Russ

  • Elsie Russell


    Our deepest sympathy to you Charlotte and your family! He was a kind and lovely man! A good friend to Tim and he will be missed very much! Prayers for all of you and much love from the Russell family. Tim, Elsie, Clay & Chloe

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