Kenny spoke to Johnson's wife just days after his death and she said her son was having a tough time with it. He gave her the name of a counselor and he said that after he went she said it really helped him.
"I think you need to leave a process in place for the future," he said. "For some people, it won't be they make a connection to his death. It could be six months down the line, it could be a year," he said. "You have to make it acceptable that it's OK to cope with it."