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Leslie S. Johnson III

Leslie S. Johnson III, born July 4, 1945, died October 14, 2020 at home.

Leslie was predeceased by son Ari and sister Deborah. Survivors include wife Lillian; brother David, daughter Ingrid, grandchildren Jonathan and Brittany, Miguel and Bianca, Tequila Rose and Brian, Tatiana; two great-grandchildren; many childhood friends.

The family will have a private viewing for immediate family in the Outer Banks where Leslie resided with his wife Lillian Page-Johnson and cat. The family will also be organizing a virtual memorial ceremony in the coming weeks for all of Leslie’s loved ones to include those that live in the northeastern area. Feel free to reach out to Tequila Rose Page (t.rose.page@gmail.com) and Billy Mellix (wmellix@comcast.net) to be added to the virtual memorial ceremony guest list.

To express condolences, please visit the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

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