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Lyle Johnson. Contact. Contact-image. St John Church. 7601 Vine St Lincoln NE 68505. 402-489-1946. Other information. Residence / Assignment(s).

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Lyle Johnson - The Daily Globe


May 3, 2016 ... Lyle Johnson, 79, of Ironwood Township, Mich., died unexpectedly Wednesday evening, April 27, 2016, at Aspirus Wausau Hospital in.

Lyle Johnson Obituary - Salina, KS | Wichita Eagle - Legacy.com


Apr 7, 2016 ... SALINA-Johnson, Lyle L. 74, passed away Monday, April 04, 2016. He was born June 3, 1941 in Council Grove, to the late Leonard and ...

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"Yes, sir. I mow the lawn, sir. And now you want me to mow your lawn, sir?" Lyle Johnson is an incidental character who appeared in Strange Fruit as the son of ...

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