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Johnny M. C. Conaway
 

Memorial for Johnny M. C. Conaway

Born in Austin, Texas on Sep. 30, 1957
Departed on Jan. 24, 2013 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Friday, Feb. 1, 2013
12 pm - 7:00 pm
Service: Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013
11:00 am
Cemetery: Cook Walden Capital Parks Cemetery
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Johnny M.C. Conaway, 55, died Thursday, January 24, 2013 at the Veterans Memorial Hospital, in Temple, Texas following a long time illness however Johnny never allowed his illness to limit his love of life and his ability to help others.

Johnny was born September 30, 1957 in Austin, Texas to the late M.C. and Lorraine Steen Conaway.

He professed a belief in Christ at an early age at Rosewood Baptist Church, Austin, Texas under the pastoral leadership of Rev. Rutherford.

Johnny attended school in the Austin public school district. On November 1, 1976, Johnny enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. During his time in service he was promoted to a sharp shooter and toured Okinawa Japan. After his tour, he was honorably discharged as Lance Corporal on November 30, 1980.

After serving his country, Johnny was employed at Night Hawk Restaurant, the Travis State School, Austin Quality Car Wash, and the City of Austin. After moving to Temple, Texas in 2010, Johnny gained employment with the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.

Johnny was preceded in death by his parents M.C. and Lorraine Steen Conaway, and Sister Michelle Conaway. Maternal grandparents Sammie "Sonny" Steen Sr. and Elvira Thornton; Paternal grandparents Ed "Buck" Conaway Sr. and Emma Mazone.

Johnny leaves to cherish his memories: Sisters Stephanie Conaway, Laurie Conaway, Cynthia Cleveland Moore (Reuben) of Austin, Texas, Gloria Wilkerson, Tonia Parker (Dwayne) of San Antonio, Texas and Brothers, Roland Scruggs, of Austin, Texas, Dan Cleveland and Tommy Scruggs (Lynn) of San Antonio, Texas and Don Wayne Cleveland of Hartford Connecticut; Nieces Ebony DeShay Cleveland and Ashleigh Monique Dukes of Austin, Texas; Great-Nephew Edrick James Harvey of Austin, Texas; Aunt Mildred L. Williams (Joseph) of Austin, Texas, Laverne Steen of Austin, Texas and Lorene Conaway of Lubbock, Texas; Uncles Billy G. Steen, Lee R. Steen (Debbie) of Austin, Texas and Sammie Steen Jr. (Mary) of North Little Rock, Arkansas; A special friend Ms. Holly Archer of Clarksville, Tennessee. Johnny will be missed by a host of family and friends.
  

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