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Bobbie James Johnson

June 3, 1956 — January 17, 2024


Bobby Johnson, affectionately known as "O.G Bobby Johnson," has left a profound impact on the lives of those around him during his time on earth. With a career spanning over a decade as the Corps Sergeant-Major for the Salvation Army, Bobby  dedicated his life to serving others and bringing hope to those in need. Additionally, he worked with Winner's Circle as a Coach, guiding individuals through rehabilitation and supporting them on their journey towards a better future.

Born in Dallas, Texas on 3, 1956, Bobby  was deeply rooted in his community. He carried the spirit of his hometown throughout his life, always displaying a strong sense of pride and resilience. His infectious personality drew people towards him like moths to a flame. Bobby  had an incredible ability to light up any room he entered, effortlessly captivating everyone around him.

Known for his quick wit and sense of humor, Bobby  was always the life of the party. His laughter filled every space it touched, bringing joy and happiness to those fortunate enough to share moments with him. Whether cracking jokes or spinning hilarious tales, he had an uncanny talent for making people smile even during their darkest times. Bobby 's vibrant energy extended beyond humor; he possessed a bright and upbeat nature that illuminated the lives of others. His positivity was contagious and served as a source of inspiration for all who knew him. In times of hardship, Bobby  lifted spirits high with his unwavering optimism and unwavering faith in humanity's capacity for goodness.

Caring deeply for others was one of Bobby 's most defining characteristics. He touched countless lives through his selflessness and genuine concern for the well-being of those around him. Whether it was lending an empathetic ear or providing much-needed support during difficult times, Bobby  proved time and again that kindness knows no bounds.

Among his proudest accomplishments were simple pleasures that brought him immense joy. Bobby  was an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys, cherishing each game as a moment to rally behind his favorite team. Music also occupied a special place in his heart, offering solace and inspiration throughout his life's journey.

Bobby  Johnson passed away on January 17, 2024, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be etched in the hearts of his loved ones. He is preceded in death by his mother, Vivian Leonard, his father, Bobby  Johnson Sr., and his brother, Donnie Ray Johnson. Although grief weighs heavily upon them, they find solace in the memories they shared with Bobby  and the impact he had on their lives.

In addition to his immediate family, Bobby  is survived by his sister Bridgette Leonard, nephew Michael Johnson, niece Brittany Leonard, niece Teairra Leonard, great-nephew Rayvon Leonard, great-nephew Rashad Drummond, cousin Jessica Druham, cousin Anderson Reed, and special friend Charlotte Dunn. Each of them holds cherished memories of Bobby  close to their hearts and will forever be grateful for the love and light he brought into their lives.

Bobby  Johnson may no longer be with us physically, but his spirit lives on through the memories we share and the love he showered upon us all. May we carry forward his legacy of laughter, positivity, and compassion as we navigate our paths ahead. Rest in peace, O.G Bobby Johnson; your presence in our lives will forever be missed but never forgotten.

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Service Schedule

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Visitation for Bobbie James Johnson

Friday, February 2, 2024

2:00 - 8:00 pm (Central time)

Golden Gate Funeral Home-Dallas

4155 S R. L. Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75224

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Funeral for Bobbie James Johnson

Saturday, February 3, 2024

Starts at 3:00 pm (Central time)

Golden Gate Funeral Home-Dallas

4155 S R. L. Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75224

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