Roderick Johnson

Passed 09/13/2018

Obituary for Roderick Johnson

Roderick Maurice Johnson, Sr.

Nashville - Age 54 of New Orleans, LA passed away on Thursday, September 13, 2018.

He was a faithful and dedicated employee of Metro Nashville Public Schools - Central Office Security.

He is survived by his loving wife of 20 years, LaShawn Williams Johnson. His children Patrice Salmon (of Laurel, MD) Tanner, McKinze and Roderick Johnson Jr. Grandchildren Dwayne Jr. And Parker Salmon. Parents Joseph L. Johnson and Evelyn Gaskin Johnson. A host of family and friends. Viewing Friday 3-7 at funeral home. Visitation Saturday 10-12 with funeral to follow at Mt. Zion Baptist Church (Antioch Location) 2261 Murfreesboro Pike Nashville, TN, Terrell Broady Funeral Home, 615-244-4755


Guest Book

May you all have the strength you need at this time of sorrow Philippians 4;13

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Thinking of you and your family during this loss. May God comfort and give you strength through this time. Our paths have crossed so many times through basketball and cheerleading, church camp, and having a loved one at an assisted living facility that your family has been is very special to us. We love you and praying for you. Randy Hale

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Praying for you all. Vanessa Hale

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Our Condolences Go out to Lashonda, children, parents and entire family. Roderick is resting with God no more earthly worries. He will be greatly missed; but we're so grateful for the joy he gave to many lives. Family strive forward in his memory he would want that. He was a great blessing to my family as a friend and brother. Jeanette & Robert Johnson Sr & Family

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Lord knows we were close as brothers. Family Karen and I are here and fighting the tears with you. Love always Rod and family. Thomas & Karen Shannon

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I hope Mr Johnson is sitting at the pearly gates welcoming God’s children like he did at the school board. Heaven can be so lucky. His attitude and love for all without fail was the most infectious I’ve ever known, and I dare say will ever know. He was an inspiration every day. I was proud to call him my friend, always and forever.

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