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Mr. Johnnie B. Lott

September 19, 1935 - August 23, 2015
Baltimore, MD

Mr. Johnnie B. Lott

September 19, 1935 - August 23, 2015
Baltimore, MD

Obituary

Mr. Lott was born on September 19, 1935 and passed away on Sunday, August 23, 2015.

Mr. Lott was a resident of Baltimore, Maryland at the time of passing.

Calling Hours

  • Date & Time: Aug 31, 2015 (4:00 PM)
  • Venue: Hari P. Close Funeral Service, PA
  • Location: 5126 Belair Road Baltimore, MD 21206 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (410) 327-3100

Celebration of Life

  • Date & Time: Sep 01, 2015 (10:30 AM)
  • Venue: Agape Christian Center
  • Location: 4601 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212 - (Get Directions)

Interment with Military Honors

  • Date & Time: Sep 01, 2015 (1:45 PM)
  • Venue: Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery
  • Location: 11501 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 - (Get Directions)

Visitation

  • Date & Time: Sep 01, 2015 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: Agape Christian Center
  • Location: 4601 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212 - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Mr. Johnnie B. Lott

  1. To the Family: Growing up in different places can sometimes be strenuous in the journey of life, but there is always a memory of two that usually stick with you through that walk. Such as the time when I and two of brothers spent some summertime in Baltimore (early seventies) with family, and toward the end of our stay, Johnnie and Spence (Dorothy’s husband) took us hat shopping(the days of Super fly for those who can remember). I pick the identical super fly hat just like in the movie “Super Fly”. Anyway, on our flight home that evening, we arrived back home wearing our hats that Johnnie and Spence had bought and really thought we were looking “Fly”. My Mother and Aunt Barbara arrived at the Atlanta airport to pick us up. When they first saw the three of us, they look some what startled, but then started to chuckle softly to each other and us. My Aunt Barbara made the comment, “we can to the Airport looking for our sons, and we look like “Three Thugs” stepping off the plane. We all had a good laugh about the event. An the point is,” You never know how one simple act of kindness, or good gesture can be life changing to the person, or persons involved. The feeling was like going from young teenage boys too becoming young teenage men, but not “thugs” (Smile). That simple act has always remained one of the best memories of my life. Just know as you move forward during this time of grief and reflections, as long as you keep the memories of Johnnie alive, he will always be close by. With warmest regards & love I pray for us all. Cousin Mike.

  2. To the Family: As you share, talk, and remember Johnnie, may you truly find that the one you loved so much is still living in your hearts.

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