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BRUCE ALLEN JOHNSON


Bruce Allen Johnson, age 61, of Cedar Springs, passed away on Monday August 6, 2018. Bruce was born to Elmer Johnson and Thelma (Gee) Johnson on August 23, 1956. He was a graduate of Creston High School. Bruce is survived by his wife of 36 years, Diane (Deason) Johnson; his children, Tony Johnson (Brandy), Alisha Brooks (Steve), James Johnson (Tabetha), John Paul Johnson (Crystal), Shante Johnson; grandchildren, Tony Jr., Dominic, Mikey, Trevor, Katherine, John, Tyler, Hunter, Zaedyn, Breonna, Evie and Mercedez; brothers and sisters, Sue Bolton (Bill), Roxanne Miller, Buddy Johnson (Chris), John Johnson, Debbie Griffee; brother-in-law Tom Deason and sister-in-law Debra Angstman (Rick); many nieces and nephews. Bruce was preceded in death by both parents and son, John Thomas. A Celebration of Life will be held at Alisha Brooks’ House 17330 Tisdel Ave, Sand Lake, MI 49343 at 2:00 p.m. on August 25th, 2018.

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Meet the Hawks: Charles Hodges


West Michigan Hawks quarterback Charles “Manny” Hodges

West Michigan Hawks quarterback Charles “Manny” Hodges

Meet West Michigan Hawks quarterback Charles “Manny” Hodges. A 2008 graduate from Creston High School, Hodges has experience in numerous different sports dating back to his high school days. Those sports include football, basketball, and track.

His biggest idols in life are his hard-working parents. When not on the football field, Hodges likes bowling and enjoying time with his kids.

“What made me want to be a West Michigan Hawk was the love and dedication of everyone that I tried out for this team with,” said Hodges.

Head coach David Lange is thrilled to have a competent signal caller on the team. “Manny is a phenomenal quarterback, and a great leader. He is definitely a guy who can take charge, and is also quite a play caller,” said Lange. “It definitely takes quite a bit to get him rattled.”

You can see Hodges and the West Michigan Hawks in action again this weekend, when they host the Southern Michigan Timberwolves at Skinner Field on Saturday. Game time is 7 p.m.

This week’s benefit is for Alan Beamer in his continued battle against Alzheimer’s Disease. Ticket are $6, with children 10 and under free.

We hope to see you there!

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