The 14-year-old was killed in the July 24th house explosion in Wilson on Chestnut Road. .
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Rev. William Lowery, Ransomville Free Methodist Church
Niagara County Sheriff's Department issued the announcement on Thursday night. The service, organized in conjunction with the Johnson family, should last an hour.
The blast leveled a large, two-story home in Wilson, about 30 miles north of Buffalo. Jody and Judith Johnson and their five children lived there. Sarah Johnson was killed. Sheriff's investigators believe a propane leak led to the explosion , but Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour said it's unclear what sparked the explosion. Authorities are looking at appliances as one possibility.
Parking for the memorial event will be available to the south behind the school, and also to the north of the soccer fields.
Entry to the parking areas will be available off Wilson-Burt Rd. and Young St. Handicapped parking will be available in the main parking lot of Thomas Marks
The department encourages those wishing to attend to carpool as parking may be limited. Anyone attending is also encouraged to bring water -- as the forecast calls for warm temperatures on Saturday.