Frank Johnson, 70, of Cleveland, Ohio, passed Monday, April 27, 2020 Due to heart Complications. Frank was born to Billy Johnson, and Giddie Johnson, May 09, 1949 in Cleveland, Ohio. Frank graduated from Shaw High School Frank worked at Mechanic until he retired in 2007.
Frank Johnson served his country as a officer in the Army for 5 years. He was quite the comedian and jokester, possessing a sense of humor that could make an entire stadium erupt with laughter. Growing up in very humble beginnings he advocated others to do and be more no matter how they started in life.
Frank loved watching Westerns, and football at all levels, always having the latest issue of any Football magazine at his side by his easy chair so he could keep up with it all, from six-man all the way to the Pros. If Westerns and football was all that was on TV, then, well, that would have been just fine with him.
Frank was preceded in death by his parents Billy Johnson and Giddie Johnson, his son Joel Johnson. Survivors include his wife Sue Johnson, son Frank Johnson Jr , three daughters Lynthia Johnson, Leshay Johnson and Leshe Johnson . Also surviving are grandchildren Jousha, Leora, Millie, Amber, Latosha, Brandy and Miesha. Frank is also survived by his sisters Thelma and Betty as well as nieces, nephew, and his many many friends, most especially Jackson( Best-Friend) for his friendship and companionship to Frank even during his last few months.
I wouldn't want it this way.
Be strong and smile,
for you will see me in a while.
I know you miss me,
but now in Heaven I will be.
Do not keep your sad face.
I am in a much better place.
Do not let your tears fall,
for I cannot wipe them all.
Yes, my life wasn't long,
But I'm begging you to be strong.
Live every moment as if it were your last.
I won't forget any memories that have passed.
Cherish life and love
as I watch you from above.
As I remember all of the good things,
I come to see I have gotten my wings.
It is time to go and fly.
As your guardian angel I will try.
Don't cry for me today.
I'm on my way.
Soaring through the sky,
I watch all of you telling me goodbye.