It is human nature to want to have answers to all the questions. But sometimes life teaches us that the only thing we can do is stare into the unknown abyss and find peace in memories rather than resolutions. Google has no answers, there are no apps for that. All we can say is that a life is not judged by the length or the final page in the chapter. A life is significant because of all the people he touched, changed, inspired and loved, no matter how long or short the journey.
Clarence Wayne Johnson III, a.k.a. "Tre" was born on October 25th, 2007, just a few days before Halloween to Clarence and Kendra Johnson. He lived a life that wasn't a trick, but it was a treat just to be around him. He was born in Anadarko, Oklahoma and grew up there for the first three years of his life. His family moved to Oklahoma City, and he most recently attended Roosevelt Middle School. Tre played football, and loved video games, especially "Call of Duty" and "Fortnite". He was an aspiring YouTube star ready to make beats or become a rapper. He had already prepared hundreds of videos ready to be uploaded and enjoyed by the world. In the past three years he was re-introduced to three of his siblings that had been missing from his life for several years. Recently, Tre was exploring who God is and seeking to better understand the love He has for us.
Tre left behind the weight of this world on August 19, 2021, and immediately entered his eternal home. He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Clarence Johnson Sr., his grandmother, Irene Hinton-Johnson and his brother, Renzarion Franco. He is survived by his parents Clarence and Kendra Johnson; siblings, Malackhai Wolfe, Angel Kalin, Hannah Johnson, DeShawn Kalin, and Dezion Johnson; special cousins, Rebecca Rubio, Travis Johnson, Trendon Johnon, Hayleaus Wyatt, and Shakayla Johnson; and tons of friends, all of whom will miss him dearly.
Tre will be honored with a Service on Friday, October 8, 2021, at 10 AM at The First Baptist Church in Anadarko with burial to follow at Memory Lane Cemetery in Anadarko. Services are lovingly donated by the Sleeping Angels Ministry of Ingram, Smith & Turner Mortuary in Yukon.
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