Johnny Luther Rozier, also known as “Buster” was born on May 21, 1952 and entered into his eternal rest October 22, 2022 at Regency Critical Illness Recovery Hospital in Florence, South Carolina. Buster was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Emma Dell Rozier; grandson, Caleb Milsap and goddaughter, Lasheca Caldwell.
Buster began his career with Burlington’s Robeson Plant for 25 years where he retired and later became employed with Smithfield Packing for 20 years where he retired once again. He is known for his famous BBQ! Buster was respected and loved by everyone he met. He was a firm believer in family and he had a soft spot for all his children and grandchildren.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his children, Terreca (Kenneth) Foster of Princeton, Texas, Anthony (Dana) Ray of St. Pauls, North Carolina, Andreas Caldwell, Rossville, Georgia, Catrina Caldwell, Karis Rozier and Johnny Rozier of St. Pauls, North Carolina; his grandchildren, Dontrea Toney, Drew Rosenfeld, Jacob Foster and Ezra Foster of Princeton, Texas, Keyshawn and Sh‘mar Ray of St. Pauls, North Carolina, Kayla Caldwell of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Desean Harrell of Winston Salem, North Carolina, Jared and Keelee Pittman of Lumberton, North Carolina, Kedae and KeNadia Rozier of St. Pauls, North Carolina and J’Dyn Govan of St. Pauls, North Carolina; his one and only great grandson, Kaslyn Arnir Rozier; his siblings, Linda Rozier,Carolyn Rozier, his twin, Frances (William) McMillian, Henry “Nash” Rozier, Walter Rozier, Brenda Rozier, Robbin Rozier, Craig (Patricia) Rozier and Gladyes Montgomery; family friend Johnny Arnette Siclair; he had a host of other relatives, cousins and friends.
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