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Tre Lawrence Michael Johnson JR.

 

Tre Lawrence Michael Johnson Jr., 16, of Princess Anne was called home with loving angels on Friday March 15, 2013 at his home, surrounded by the people who loved him dearly, after his life long battle with Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy.

Born on Saturday, December 14, 1996 in Baltimore, MD. he is survived by his loving Dad and best friend Tre and his loving Mom Pamela, and his brothers, Landon and Brennan and his sister Cameryn. Tre attended Somerset County Schools and was a former student at Washington High School. Anyone who really knew Tre, knew the love he had for music, writing his own rap’s by himself and with his Dad. He was a big fan of WWE wrestling. His passion was his PS3 and he spent many hours playing it. He also looked forward each week to watching American Idol with his Mom and Dad. Tre never gave up on anything. He was such a handsome young man who had a beautiful contagious smile that could light up any room. He always made people laugh, telling his many stories or jokes, his sense of humor made you love him even more. all who knew him loved him so very dearly.

He was loved by his Grandma and Poppi, Cindy and George Johnson Jr. of Eden, Md., Mom Mom Laurie Fischer, of Eden, Granny and Pop Pop Brown of Deal Island, Md., his Aunt Mindy ( George Fontaine), Aunt Missy ( Donnie Cawood) Aunt Suzi, Aunt Lora ( John Quillen), Uncle Marty and Uncle Mikey, along with his special little sidekick cousin Robbie. His cousins Gabriel, Isaiah, Amaya, Helana, Gavin, Gage, Cindy, Brandon Sr., Alyssa, Brandon Jr., Curtis, Amy, Elijah, Rachael, Raymond, Trevor, Shane, CJ., Jimmy, Sarah, and Amos. He also leaves special friends who thought the world of him, Brian Laird, Mr. Windsor, Jaquan Heath, Mr. D. Derrick and many many friends,  Tre was sent to heaven to be with his Pop Pop Mike Fischer, Uncle Charlie, Uncle Carlos, cousins Doug Fischer and Haley Marie and a special friend Jamie.

A Visitation will be held at the Hinman Funeral Home in Princess Anne on Wednesday, March 20th. from 6:oo to 8:oo pm. A Funeral service is will be held at the Impact Church on 206 MoonGlow Road in Fruitland, MD. Thursday, March 21st. at 11:00 am. Following the Funeral Sercices Tre will be laid to rest at the Zion Cemetery on Meadowbridge Rd. in Eden, Md.

To leave condolences please visit hinmanfuneralhome.com

 

8 comments to Tre Lawrence Michael Johnson JR.

  • Robin /jeff Thomas

    Pam n Tre sorry for ur loss .I will all ways rember the cute kid wheeling around the complex .He all ways had a smile for me .Nate is at a lose hurting for his friend.He said he liked to play with TJ because he didn’t bully him like some kid out here.

  • Kelley

    Tre and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I am thinking of you all during this difficult time.

  • Phil and Sue Purcell

    Pam and family we are so sorry to hear about Tre. He was a wonderful young man that always made you feel good. You are in our thoughts and prayers

  • Alan & Paula Johnson

    Pam, Tre & Family
    Please know that you are in my prayers. I never had the blessing of meeting TJ but I know that he has touched many lives.
    God Bless,

  • Sandy Moore and family

    Pamela and famiy

    I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Tre, Pam and family,
    Roy’s life and mine, like so many others, have been touched by TJ. We know it was not by any coincidence or accident that he was placed in our paths; it was God’s perfect plan. I went to his funeral today full of sadness, but I experienced a true celebration of his life. He will never be forgotten in this life, and we have been promised because of God’s love and forgiveness that we will be together again. Be blessed in knowing that today Tre is walking streets of gold and probably leading the rap section of the angelic choir.

  • Dana S (2B nurse)

    So sorry for your loss. Tre was always such a pleasure to take care of. Prayers to your family.
    Sincerely,
    Dana

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