Peyton Johnson Death – Dead :  Peyton Johnson Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.

By John Chekwas | September 3, 2020

Peyton Johnson Death – Dead :  Peyton Johnson Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.

Peyton Johnson has died, according to a statement posted online on September. 3, 2020.

We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,

Dear Prosper People,
We lost a shining star today. Peyton Johnson! I had the privilege of watching her ( and the rest of the family) grow just down the street from us. The Johnson kids were at our house often and Conrad Lofton and Peyton were good friends in their early days.
As often happens, as you grow up and develop your own passions, time together can dwindle. The 3 Johnson children were a common sight at our home and a joy to be with. Their intelligence and sense of humor and camaraderie was unique.
My heart goes out to the Johnson family as they struggle through this difficult time. Focusing only on the fantastic memories and their faith!
Rest in Peace Peyton! You will be missed!
Prayers for the family!

Cause of Death.

We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.

Tributes.

The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Joelle Luckock wrote 
I am so sad . My heart and prayers go to her family. The girls played soccer through the years, starting in 2nd grade.

Conrad Lofton wrote 
Throughout elementary school Peyton and I spent a lot of hours running around the neighborhood. Great memories of capture the flag and endless goofing around. It’s a very sad day.

Angi Snailum Nutt wrote 
Heartbreaking. Such a sad day. Lots of memories of Peyton and the kids playing in the neighborhood. Praying for the Johnson family.

Lauren Ader Davenport wrote 
This is heartbreaking — Peyton was such an incredible girl. I am praying for her family – what an unimaginable loss.

Paolo Sigauke wrote 
This is heartbreaking. My condolences, I had very few and limited interactions with Peyton but can’t recall a time where she wasn’t smiling! My prayers are with her family.

Rhonda Johnson wrote 
Thanks for the kind words and for the support and prayers. We loved the fun times at your pool and games in the cul-de-sac.

Tara Turner wrote 
My heart has been broken in two. Oh how I loved this girl Heaven has gained a most beautiful , radiant angel .

Mendy Gorham Bristol wrote 
I am heartsick over this tonight. Peyton was always the sweetest and kindest of little souls. She was the best of the best and I will never forget her precious smile.

Shannon Banks wrote 
I had the privilege of being Peyton’s academic advisor and instructor while she was getting her Toxicology degree at ULM. We just heard the news and are heartbroken. Peyton was a shining light in our program. One of our brightest to come through and always so kind and sweet. My heart and prayers go out to her family during this time. I am heartbroken to hear this.

Morgan Thurmond wrote 
I’m so sorry to hear this, may I ask what happened? We’re losing too many young men and women too soon .

David Wensley wrote 
I’m so sorry to hear of this. As Conrad’s grandfather I had the privilege of meeting her and I knew how much she was loved by the Lofton family. She was such a lovely and talented girl. My heart goes out to the Johnson family.

Tannai Hatembo wrote 
I’m so sorry. Peyton & I played basketball together in middle school. I remember her talent, smile & awesome go-getter attitude. My condolences & prayers go out to her family.

Dianne Wall Powter wrote 
Just heartbreaking!!!
I saw Conrad’s post and that was the first I heard of these sad news!! Continued prayers!!

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”2 Timothy 4:7

REST IN PEACE Peyton…

Posted by Mandy Holman on Wednesday, September 2, 2020

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