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KXAS Is Streaming Brett Johnson's Funeral

Greg Janda at KXAS-Channel 5 sends word that the NBC affiliate's Web site is carrying live Brett Johnson's funeral in its entirety; you can watch it here. Services for the 48-year-old Fort Worth native -- who died suddenly Sunday of pancreatitis after being admitted to the hospital one week ago today --  will be held at First United Methodist Church in downtown Fort Worth, followed by graveside services at Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery in Fort Worth. Greg says the services are expected to last about 90 minutes.

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