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Lawrence  (Larry) Johnson was born on Sept 9,1964 in Boston, Ma to the parents of Irene Jenerson (Johnson) and Lawrence C. Adams.

Lawrence attended the Jeremiah E. Burke High School in Dorchester, Ma.  While attending high school he also attended the food Service program at the Humphrey Center in Roxbury Ma for three years. Lawrence graduated from high school in 1984 and received a diploma from the food service program.

After High School Lawrence enlisted in the Arm and was sent to FT. Jackson North Carolina where he complete his basic training. After basic training Lawrence went back in the Arm where he spend 4 years completing his AIT training and came out as a Food Service Specialist. Lawrence’s love for cooking continued over the complete span of his life, which is why he spent over 20 years preparing food for the Boston School Department and loving it.

Although Lawrence never married or had children he had lots of nieces and nephews and cousins that he was able to shared his love with over the course of his life.

Besides cooking Lawrence loved just hanging out with family and friends.  Lawrence was a very low key and relaxed individual as long as he had his family and friends he was ok.

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January 22, 2022 10:00 am – 11:00 am

JB Johnson Funeral Home 194 Warrant Street  Roxbury Ma  02119

Zoom is available Meeting ID 817 8695 6131      Passcode 789989

All family and friends attending, will be required to wear their mask, and provide their Vax card.

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