Luke James Johnson, Lawton, was born April 11, 1958 in Cement, OK to James and Zelma [Todd] Johnson. He passed away on September 11, 2015 at the age of 57.
Luke was born and raised in Cement, OK where he graduated from Cement High School in 1977.
He worked in the oil field, worked as a school bus driver, and worked for the Braum's Dairy Farm in Tuttle.
Luke enjoyed playing dominoes and going to the casino. He also enjoyed fishing. He was a sports fan and loved watching OU and the Dallas Cowboys. He also enjoyed watching Miami Heat basketball and attending Oklahoma City Thunder basketball games.
Family was very important to Luke and he loved spending time with family members and attending family get-togethers.
He is preceded in death by his parents, James and Zelma Johnson; brother, Ronnie Russell Johnson; grandson, Jaylin Luke Johnson; aunt, Olivia Todd; and uncle, Buddy Todd.
He is survived by his daughter, Stephanie Johnson, of Lawton; son, Gary Luke Johnson, of Chickasha; sister, Patty Johnson, of Chickasha; ex-wife, Beulah Thompson, of Chickasha; cousins, Debbie Todd and Virgil Todd, both of Chickasha and Elbert Todd, of Killeen, TX; aunt, Bobbie Parker and family, of Kentucky; the Nash Family, of Dallas, TX; and numerous extended family members and friends.
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