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Charles and Kay supported the Warren Central girls’ basketball program even through a long stretch of many losses. When Warren Central completed its surprise run to a Class 4A state championship in 2018, Charles was honored with a blue medal on the podium after the game.
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“This was a small token of our appreciation for a man that had given so much of himself to Warren Central but asked for absolutely nothing in return,” Clayton said.
The Johnsons moved to the Warren Central district in 1982. Charles started volunteering when their youngest daughter, Cheryl, was in middle school in 1998. When Charles retired from his job in the Department of Defense at the Army Reserve Center at Fort Harrison in 2002, he fully immersed himself in volunteer work at Warren Central. Cheryl graduated in 2004.
“I joked with him that he was busier when he was retired,” Kay said.
Cheryl Newson, the youngest of their five children, and her husband, Jared Newson have created a scholarship fund through their not-for-profit, “A Seat at the Table.” The scholarship fund will be named after Charles Johnson and given to two Warren Central seniors starting with the 2020-21 school year.
“The hope is to grow this scholarship to other schools around Indianapolis, but always focusing on where his heart was,” Cheryl said. “With Warren Central.”
Kay said she plans to come back and support Warren Central athletics when the time comes.
“At this point, I plan to be there,” she said. “I just love the kids. It’s fun and something we always enjoyed together. It will difficult at first, but I plan to be there.”
Contributed by the Indianapolis Star
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