Gordon Leo Johnson

Gordon Leo Johnson

March 31, 1966 - January 25, 2017

Gordon Leo Johnson

March 31, 1966 - January 25, 2017


Gordon Leo Johnson, 50, was born March 31, 1966 in Sierra Madre and passed away January 25, 2017 in Mission Viejo, CA.

He worked as a Union Pipefitter and Auto Cad in Commercial Construction for 22 years. He was also a Auto Cad teacher for Local 250 in Gardena,CA. He was a member of the Gospel Choir at Shepherd of the Hills Church which he attend regularly until his illness began four and a half years ago. He was a Mason for the last decade.

Gordon, loving caring generous, citizens of the world, husband and father, is survived by his beloved wife Sherrie Ann Adcock and daughter Lindsay Adeline Johnson.

A Visitation will be held Sunday, February 5, 2017 from 10:00am-12:00pm at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA.92653 A Memorial Service will follow at 12:00pm at the Irvine Valley Masonic Lodge 671, 23685 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630. Burial will be at Miramar National Cemetery, San Diego, CA.

In lieu of Flower please send a donation to the American Diabetes Association. https://donations.diabetes.org/site/Donation2

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  3. Debi Tarvin says:

    Gordon will be missed on so many levels. He was a wonderful and caring man. Quick with a smile and always kind. Gordon had one of the most beautiful tenor voices. I had the pleasure of singing with Gordon in both Gospel Pacific (later Soul Connection) and The South Coast Singers. The world lost a very good man.

  4. Jim Mulvey says:

    I first met Gordon the day after I met Grace in September of ’79. He was 13. I became his transition Uncle in ’83 . He was 17. One of my major regrets was missing his Mom’s, Fay’s funeral.
    As good as Gordon and Sherrie have been to me over the last 15 years, there was no way Uncle Jim was missing this one.
    RIP Gordon. Love, Uncle Jim

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