STCC Remembers Community Leader Ronn Johnson on MLK Jr. Day
Ronn Johnson, holding a microphone, stands with Tracy Chappell, left, and Jynai McDonald, right, a STCC trustee. In the background is Veronica McNair.
At Springfield Technical Community College, we are deeply saddened over the loss of Ronn D. Johnson, a lifelong advocate for justice and community leader.
Mr. Johnson served as executive director for Martin Luther King Jr. Family Services in Springfield and passed away on what would have been Dr. King’s 93rd birthday. As the Springfield Republican reported, friends and colleagues of Mr. Johnson said it was “fitting that he died on the birthday of the hero he often emulated.”
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