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Kenneth Len Johnson


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SALT LAKE CITY/CLEVELAND: Kenneth Len Johnson age 38 passed away on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born on June 1, 1974 in Preston, Idaho. He was the oldest of seven children. He grew up in Cleveland, Utah then later moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he worked as an electrician. He married Sam Armstrong on March 11, 2005. He had six children.

Kenneth enjoyed snowboarding, 4-wheeling, and camping. But most of all he enjoyed hanging out with family and friends.

He is survived by wife Sam, daughters Inez, Skye, Keniah, two sons Dasan and Riley, parents Len and Gayle Johnson, five brothers and one sister, Gary (Yvette), Price, Utah, Steffanie, St. George, Utah, Kerry (Ann) Idaho, Kurtis (Shella) Price, Utah, Nick (Jamie) East Carbon, Utah, Danny "Boy" Lehi, Utah, several nieces and nephews, sister in-laws Deidre and Natasha of New York, grandmother Maxine Johnson, Idaho.

Preceded in death by his sweet daughter Syriah Sev'n, grandparents, Frank A. Johnson of Idaho, Ned J. Henderson of Orderville, Cleopha A. Henderson of Orderville and Allen Richards of New Mexico.

A graveside service was held Saturday Aug. 25 in Taylorsville, Utah

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