Nathaniel Johns

JOHNS,

Nathaniel Johns, 49. Sunrise July 28, 1960

Condolence Messages

  1. Bill Purdy-John Montenaro :

    Nate worked for us when he was about 15 yrs.
    He was a wonderful worker and was loved by
    all who knew him at Hungry Hermans.We have
    only the fondest memories fo Nate and are
    saddened by his death. Our condolences to
    all of his family

  2. Myla boahen&Kevon moore :

    I send my condolences to the Johns family and children. I pray that God put his arms around you during this difficult time. I will forever keep the memories of hot rods beautiful smile and the wonderful times we shared as friends. Until we meet again my friend ….Love you myla

  3. To the Johns family ….I was shocked and upset about the passing of my friend Nate.
    I will always remember him and he is in our prayers

  4. I thought you might be interested in joining us Sunday.

    Interfaith Prayer Vigil
    Remember homicide victims and survivors
    All are welcome

    Mayme Moore Park
    240 Martin Luther King Blvd.
    Columbus, OH 43205
    Near King Arts Complex

    Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 5:00 p.m.

    Presiding: Bishop Timothy J. Clarke, First Church of God – Columbus

    October 17 – Nathaniel Johns, Age: 49 – S. 22nd Ave.

    October 17 – Julie Neeley – N. Fourth Street

    October 20 – Tywan Lamont Saunders, Age 22 – Peters Avenue

    October 23 – James Council, Jr, Age 57 – Kings Highland Drive South

    October 25 – Marquan Stovall, Age 16 – E. Livingston Ave.

    October 25 – Kahil Bass, Age 18 – E. Livingston Ave.

    October 27 – Christopher P. Hamilton, Age: 22 – Stanley Ave.

    November 6 – Marcus L. Davis, Age: 31 – St. Clair Ave.

    Bishop Timothy J. Clarke of First Church of God, Columbus will preside over the second monthly interfaith prayer vigil to remember homicide victims and their families. The vigil will be Sunday, November 22 at 5 p.m. at Mayme Moore Park, 240 Martin Luther King Blvd., Columbus, Ohio 43205.

    Vigil attendees will remember eight homicide victims and will pray for an end to murders in Columbus. The goal of the monthly vigils is to bring awareness to the community about the affects of violence in our community, and to bring comfort to family and friends of homicide victims.

    "es;One of the greatest forces in the world is the power of memory,” said Bishop Clarke. “When we remember, we are spurred to action. These vigils call us to remember and to act.”

    The prayer vigils are hosted by Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to prevent gun violence through education and public awareness. The first prayer vigil in Columbus was October 18, and lasted approximately 20 minutes. Columbus has 74 homicides in 2009.

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