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Johnny Crawford Death – Obituary: Johnny Crawford Cause Of Death

Johnny Crawford The Rifleman’ Star Died at the age 75

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Johnny Crawford Death – Obituary: Johnny Crawford Cause Of Death

Johnny Crawford death: In the loving memory of Johnny Crawford, we are saddened to inform you that Johnny Crawford, a beloved and loyal friend, at the age of 75.

A unique soul with a great personality has an amazing sense of humor, diligent and caring.

He always brought light to every room entered. And will be dearly missed by family, friends, and everyone.

Johnny Crawford Cause Of Death: Obituary

Our beloved Johnny Crawford died due to Covid-19 complication.

Here are Heartfelt messages from people on social media:

Channel surfing… saw this about the time I saw that he had passed away. Johnny Crawford, who found early fame in the 1950s as an original Mouseketeer on_ The Mickey Mouse Club_ and even more success as the son of Chuck Connors’ title character in the 1959-63 Western series The Rifleman, died Thursday two years after an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and a recent battle with Covid-19 . He was 75.

Crawford’s death was announced on his website.According to the Johnny Crawford Legacy website maintained by his family and friends, the “passed away peacefully” last night with wife Charlotte by his side. “Sadly, Johnny was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, and he was living in a memory care residence before contracting COVID-19, then pneumonia,” the site states. “After a temporary placement at a skilled nursing facility, he was recently moved to an excellent smaller care home close to his wife.”

Born John Ernest Crawford in Los Angeles into a theatrical and musical family – his paternal grandfather worked for Irving Berlin – Crawford was only six when his Sunday school teacher, who was also an agent, began finding work for the talented child. Auditioning for The Mickey Mouse Club with a rendition of the Johnnie Ray hit “Cry,” Crawford got the gig and appeared in 16 episodes of what would become the Boomer Generation’s foundational childhood series.

Posted by Jimmy Carter on Friday, 30 April 2021

Sad to hear of Johnny Crawford’s death at age 75. I grew up watching him in “The Rifleman”. I still occasionally stream an episode of that show.

I love the tender father-son interaction as well as how good always triumphs over evil, thanks to Lucas McCain & his amazing gun.


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