Quentin Lee Johnson

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Quentin Lee Johnson was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 15, 1986, to Kim Johnson. He passed away January 23, 2014, in Cordell, Oklahoma. Quentin attended Sentinel Schools and Corn Bible Academy. Later he attended the Woodward Vocational Technical schools first wind turbine class. Quentin was very talented, graduating at the top of his class in June, 2009. He was interviewed by Leslie Stalh with National Public Radio. He started working for local farmers at the age of 14. After high school, he went on harvest with Maddy Farms in Kansas and continued working for local farmers including Kennemer Farms, Perry Farms, and Musick Farms. He enjoyed farming and was a very hard worker. After 2010, Quentin joined the oilfield forces, working for Canyon Oilfield Services, H&P Drilling, and Hughes Oilfield Services proving to be a very hard worker. Quentin had a heart of gold and loved helping people. He was very kind and compassionate. He reached out to people in need and went above and beyond to help them. He loved his family dearly and they loved him. He will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched. He is survived by his daughters, Emma and Ella Johnson of Weatherford; his mother Kim and husband John Collins; his father Jon Wheeler and wife Mona; grandparents Bill and Darlene Johnson, Karen Wheeler and the late Francis Wheeler, all of Sentinel; uncles Keith Johnson and Kurt Johnson and his wife Shannon, all of Sentinel; cousins Abby Johnson, Chase Johnson, Toni Johnson, Lakyn Johnson and Hix Johnson, all of Sentinel. Funeral Services were held for Quentin Lee Johnson at 2:00 p.m., Monday, January 27, 2014, at the First Baptist Church, Sentinel, Oklahoma, with Rev. Heath Tucker, officiating, and Rev. Carl Thionnet and Rick Ridling, assisting. Burial followed in the Sentinel Cemetery, Sentinel, Oklahoma, under the direction of Musick-Varner Funeral Home, Sentinel, Oklahoma.