In Memory

Dee Johnson

Dee Johnson


Charlie Dee Johnson

Charlie Dee Johnson
July 16, 1944 - June 15, 2015

Charlie Dee Johnson
A memorial service for Charlie Dee Johnson, Jr. will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Community Christian Fellowship with Pastor David Hickey officiating.

Charlie Dee Johnson, Jr. was born July 16, 1944 in Marshall, Texas to the late Charlie Dee Johnson, Sr. and Alice Sinclair Johnson. He passed away at the age of 70 on June 15, 2015 in Tyler. He had been a resident of Hideaway for 30 years, was a member of Community Christian Fellowship and a Gideon. He was also involved in prison ministry, and enjoyed fishing in his free time. He served in the US Air Force and worked as a chief operations officer in finance.
Survivors include his wife, Patty Johnson of Hideaway; two sons, Dustin Johnson of Texarkana and Nick Johnson and wife, Salina of Frisco; one sister, Julia Florkowski of San Diego, CA and her son, Rob Florkowski of Sacramento, CA; and three grandchildren, Blake, Callie & Addison Johnson.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Community Christian Fellowship, 15704 TX-110, Lindale, TX 75771 - (903) 882-8501.

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06/16/15 09:01 PM #1    

Allen "Butch" Owen

Dee and I were best friends for many years in Junior High and High School. Then we both went to Kilgore and  were room mates at SFA for those years and he was in my wedding in 1967. He and his wife Patty met at SFA. She is in a different  health facility herself and I was told could visit Dee where he was. He had a lot of medical issues in the past years. His son described his condition as one lung, a piece of a colon, 2/3 of a witty mastermind, paralyzed from the waist down. and one little club hand that barely worked. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him, but in the end, he is at peace now and without pain and suffering. May God bless his family and may he now rest in peace. I will miss "The Little Red Rooster" that we all called him in college.

06/16/15 09:17 PM #2    

Kay Blackmon (Moseley)

One of the sweetest guys in our class.  Oh how he will be missed.

06/16/15 09:55 PM #3    

Bill Lewis

Dee and I were classmates from Ms Simpson's first grade at Sam Houston all the way thru Marshall Sr High. He was a "demon" on the football field as I remember. He was a truly nice guy and the world is worse for his loss although he is in a better place.

06/16/15 10:29 PM #4    

Sherry Manning (Tiller)

Yes, a good friend, he will be sorely missed. Prayers  are  with the family.

06/17/15 10:35 AM #5    

Robert W. (Billy) Kennedy

Robert W. (Bill) Kennedy

In High school considered Dee a friend.  It is sad to lose anyone from our school family.  With his passing not having the pains and problems seems best for him.  We all know that once Family and Friends lose someone special we can never have that special touch again.  But we then fall back on and use and share all the special memories that were made.  Dee will be missed.

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