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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Daniel Keith Johnson

Daniel Keith Johnson
January 20, 1986 ~ March 11, 2021

Daniel Johnson a resident of rural Henryetta passed this life on March 11, 2021 at the age of 35. Born January 20, 1986 in Okmulgee, Ok to Earl and Ronda (Couch) Johnson.

Daniel is preceded in death by his father Earl.

Survived by
his mother: Ronda and husband John Grogan of Sperry, OK
Sisters: Candice Buchanan and Husband Jerry of Ponca City
Shannon Grogan of Sperry
Krista Grogan of Verdigris
Grandmother: Virginia Couch of Morris
Nephews: Christopher and Bradley Buchanan of Ponca City
Many friends and family

Memorial service will be 2:00 pm, Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at the Rogers Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Dale Huckabay, officiating. Service is under the direction of the Rogers Funeral Home. 

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