Kerry A. Johnson

Died: Fri., Dec. 5, 2014


9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Sat., Dec. 13, 2014
Location: All Faith Memorial Chapel

Funeral Service

10:00 AM Sat., Dec. 13, 2014
Location: All Faith Memorial Chapel

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Kerry A. Johnson, 59 of Manchester, CT  passed away peacefully on December 5th, 2014. Kerry leaves behind   Three children, Shantay Williams of Manchester, CT, Kerry Johnson, Jr. of Hartford, CT and Tanya Walker of Portland, OR; Two step-children,  Michael Mitchell (Ana) of Windsor, CT and Mark Mitchell of Hartford, CT; Nine grandchildren and  Two great grandchildren.  Kerry was predeceased by his mother Cirtire Johnson, brother James Johnson, stepfather, Bobby Godbold,  grandson, Rhaquis Grant and special friend Hannah Darby.

He retired from the Hartford Police Department in 2008 after serving over 30 years.  He also served as a Basketball Official for Board 6.

Funeral Service will be Saturday, December 13th at 10 am with Calling 9 a.m. at All Faith Memorial Chapel, 90 John Fitch Boulevard South Windsor, CT. Burial will be in  Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield, CT.

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Tom Stepnowski
   Posted Wed December 10, 2014
Kerry was a peach of a man who never had a bad word about anything and if you called Kerry your friend he was always there for you. I have know him for over 10 years and don't think I have ever known a more genuine and thoughtful person. I will miss him refereeing at Glastonbury Travel. What a loss.

Gates Landry, Ret. HPD
   Posted Wed December 10, 2014
My condolences to Kerry's family. I worked with Kerry many times assisting him in our supply room. Always known Kerry to be a pleasant person and soft spoken. He would always go out of his way to help our officer's get what ever they needed from supply and if he didn't have it he would remember and get back to them. He loved basketball and the opportunity to play and especially referee at games. I used to switch his radio in his work room when he was not there to Country Music....when he would see me later on---he would tell me -he know it was me and laugh....over time he told me he like to listen to it but he would never admit it to anyone else........Great man and glad I got to know him.....RIP

Sgt: Dave Dufault (Ret)
   Posted Wed December 10, 2014
Kerry was always @ his office, always ready to outfit an Officer, always had what you needed & always had a smile. Kerry outfitted me with my 1st uniform in 1987, outfitted me with my Sgt Stripes, Hat & uniform in 2004. A good man & will always be a part of the fabric of the HPD Family !!! Rest in Peace Kerry.. Thank you for your service to the Hartford Police Dept & all it's members....

Claudette Kosinski Det HPD
   Posted Wed December 10, 2014
So sorry to hear of Kerry's passing....condolences to his family. He also outfitted me with my first uniform and was always good to me in obtaining supplies that I needed. Really nice man.

Lysa Cannon
   Posted Thu December 11, 2014
My Condolences, Kerry you will be MISS, LOVE U CUZ.

Cannon Family

   Posted Fri December 12, 2014
I send my deepest sympathy to the family. GOD IS IN CONTROL


Terry McKinney
   Posted Thu December 18, 2014
My deepest condolences to a Man, father, friend and basketball official that I had the pleasure of knowing and working along side with for years. My wish are to bless your family. May God keep you in his pass, Kerry you will be missed God bless you, from your friend in Texas T. McKinney.

Mrs Little
   Posted Sun December 21, 2014
To the family, I offer my sincere sympathy. To lose someone with so much left to share with the world is terribly difficult. May you find comfort in your fond memories and from God’s promise of a resurrection. Jesus himself said“... I am the resurrection and the life”. (John 11:25, 26). These words give us hope for the future, knowing that through Jesus Christ we can have the sure hope of seeing our loved one again – happy and healthy. I again offer my sincere condolences

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