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Submitted by: Terry Dudley

James William Johnston

October 6, 1946 ~ July 14, 2020

James William Johnston, age 73, passed away in Dallas, Texas on July 14, 2020. James was born on October 6, 1946 to Ruel and Annie Johnston in Hamlin, Texas.

He is preceded in death by his parents and his brother Joe Don Johnston.

James is survived by his son Phillip Thomas of Amarillo, TX. his daughters, Jimma Johnston of Fence Lake, NM and Cassie Brewer of Odessa, TX. His siblings, Barbara Mosier of Daingerfield, TX. Gerald Johnston and wife Mary McClusky of Durant, OK, Billy Johnston and wife Libby of Temple, TX and Judy Williams and husband Gary of Deer Park, TX.

The family has selected cremation and will have a private burial at Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Carlsbad, NM at a later date.

Arrangements are under the direction pf Brown’s Funeral Service of Durant. Online condolences can be made at

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