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Brandon M. Johnson

July 11, 1992 ~ July 31, 2020 (age 28)

Obituary

A service honoring the life of Brandon Johnson of Roseau is set for 1:00 PM Thursday, August 6, 2020 at Moe Lutheran Church in Roseau.  MN State capacity guidelines of 50% will be followed with face covering for all those in attendance. Video of services will be uploaded after the service.

Brandon Mark Johnson was born on July 11,1992 to Mark and Carla Johnson in Roseau, MN.

Brandon graduated from Roseau High School in 2011. He was Homecoming 1st attendant and voted class clown, a testimony to his personality. After high school, he attended Itasca Community College in Grand Rapids, MN, receiving an Associate’s Degree. Following graduation, Brandon moved to Bemidji and worked for the Northwest Juvenile Training Center. In 2015, he returned to Roseau and began employment for the City of Roseau. He enjoyed his work as a heavy equipment operator, and the City Crew became part of his extended family.

Brandon portrayed a tough exterior, but had a soft, kind, sweet interior. Family and friends were so important to him. Brandon wore his emotions with full intensity. He loved hard, he cared hard, he played hard, and he cried hard.  Brandon’s internal battle is over. He is in God’s hands and is now at peace. He will never have another sleepless night.

Brandon is survived by his parents, Mark and Carla Johnson; brother Brady (Emily); two nieces, Thora and Jane, and his nephew Finn. Also surviving are his grandparents, Philip and Janet Johnson, along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Brandon was preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert and Irene Snow and cousin Hunter Houle.

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