Johnny Cash’s sister says the ‘Man in Black’ gave ‘his heart back’ to God before his death: ‘There is hope’
On Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, Johnny Cash died at age 82. He had never truly recovered from a series of strokes, but he was full of faith.
Johnny Cash died early on Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, 2017, and he was 82. He had never truly recovered from the tragic series of strokes which occurred more than a decade ago, but he was full of faith.
Johnny Cash died Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, 2017, following a series of strokes that occurred two years ago. He was 82.
Johnny Cash died early on Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, 2017, following a series of strokes that occurred two years ago. He was 82.
Johnny Cash’s sister, June Carter Cash, talked to The Tennessean on Wednesday, but she said Johnny was “soulful” and that there is now “hope” for him.
Johnny Cash was released from a Nashville-area hospital on Wednesday morning following the devastating stroke that he suffered Tuesday.
He and June, whom he loved dearly, talked on Tuesday night and said his heart had “been given to God,” as Johnny told his sister.
“I will never stop trying to give him that opportunity to speak with him to tell him everything that I know,” June Carter Cash told The Tennessean. “I’ll always try to give him that opportunity.”
Johnny told June he had been “soulful” and that he did not want to die. He talked to her in hospital and his family said he was being taken off of life support after the final stroke on Tuesday.
Johnny told June he told her that “he was going home.”
“I told him that he was going to be home when he left here. … He’d be OK. I�