Luke Mirsepasy Johnson

Luke Mirsepasy Johnson, a resident of Vashon, Bellingham and Woodinville, WA, died unexpectedly

on April 18, 2018 at the age of 26 after having recently returned to Vashon, WA.

Luke is survived by his mother, Jill F. Johnson, his grandmother, Anne Johnson, his uncle, Brady R.

Johnson and other extended family members, including Thor Alpha, Vikki Cain and her family, Kayla

Young and her family, Lorie Almeida and her sons, Tyler and Ethan Almeida. He is predeceased by

his grandfather, Ralph W. Johnson.

Luke was born in Seattle, WA on June 10, 1991. He graduated from Vashon High School in 2009. He

was accepted into Western Washington University in Bellingham, where he studied for close to 3

years towards a degree in Chemistry.

Luke’s interests were varied, ranging from baseball, to chess, piano, then drums, skiing, hiking and

chemistry. He had a natural ability for anything involving math. He loved good food, often in the form

of huge burgers or big breakfasts. Luke loved to challenge the norms and test established rules. His

friends found him to be charming, yet with a uniquely twisted sense of humor. He had travelled to

France, Switzerland and twice to Israel.

Luke struggled with a heroin addiction for 6 years which took hold of him at age 20. This disease

tragically caused his death on April 18 th . He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who

knew him.

A celebration of his life is scheduled from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on June 9, 2018 at Vashon’s Havurat

Ee Shalom building at 15401 Westside Hwy SW, Vashon Island, WA 98070. In lieu of flowers, please

consider making a donation in Luke’s name to Vashon Youth and Family Services: Substance Use

Disorder (SUD) Program. You can mail a check to VYFS: SUD Program, 20110 Vashon

Hwy. SW, Vashon, WA 98070, or make a donation online at https://vyfs.org/give-help/

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