Charles Craig Johnston

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Charles Craig Johnston
LONGVIEW — Charles Craig Johnston was born in Longview to Christine and Bruce Johnston on November 18, 1947. He passed away in Austin, on January 27, 2020.
After graduating from Judson High School in Longview, he served his country as a helicopter gunner for the US Marine Corps during the Vietnam era.
Craig was a proud and very respected 48-year member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, most recently in the Nomad Chapter and previously serving as International President of the Club. He loved motorcycles, traveling and music. He was well known for his generous spirit, quick wit and ability to tell entertaining stories about his life experiences.
Charles Craig Johnston
    Craig is survived by his wife, Linda Johnston of Austin; children Justin Johnston of Longview and Andrea Johnston of Irving, both from his previous marriage to Denise Johnston of Irving; siblings Billy Jack Johnston of Brenham and Harriet Johnston-Wellman of Longview; four grandchildren; nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins; and numerous Bandido Club Brothers.

    Services will be held at Winterfield Methodist Church, 2616 Tryon Rd, Longview on February 15, 2020 at 1:00pm. Interment will follow at Rosewood Park Cemetery, 1884 FM Rd 1844, Longview.

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