Carlton Johnson Death, Obituary – On Wednesday, December 21, Carlton Johnson, who was known to many as the “Roots Controller” of the well-known reggae broadcast WERU Drive Thru, unexpectedly lost his battle with an illness for which the cause could not be determined. Johnson was known to many as the “Roots Controller.” He had been struggling against this illness for quite some time. We would like to express our condolences to each and every one of those people because he lived such a full life and maintained such meaningful connections with such a large number of people over the course of his long and eventful existence.

Because of this, we believe that it is appropriate for us to do so. He had such an interesting and eventful life to live. On the other hand, we would first and foremost like to offer our condolences to his family and ask that you put your attention in that direction. We would appreciate it if you would turn your emphasis in that way. He lived his life to the fullest and realized the potential that it had for him by seizing every opportunity that came his way and making the most of every second of it.

In the course of his career, Carlton gathered a significant and loyal following of followers, and as a direct consequence of this, the WERU family has suffered an extremely difficult loss as a direct result of Carlton’s passing; as a result of this, the WERU family has suffered an extremely painful loss. The firm has sustained significant financial damage as a direct result of the passing of Carlton, which is both a direct consequence of the scenario described above and a direct contributor to the damage that has been sustained.

Roots Controller, I want you to know how grateful I am for the respect you have shown me and for all of the great energy that you have sent toward me. I want you to know how much I appreciate it. I want you to have a complete understanding of the value of the gift that your expressions of appreciation have been to me. It is important that you make it a point to make sure that you keep an ear tuned to WERU for any fresh information, including specifics of a memorial radio show that will be broadcast in the not too distant future.