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Mr. Thomas Johnson

Mr. Thomas Johnson

Mr. Thomas D Johnson, age 81, of Macon, died on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, after an extended illness.

Mr. Johnson was a native of the Long Pond Community in Montgomery County. He graduated from Montgomery County High School in 1959 and graduated from Georgia Southern College with a degree in Industrial Technology and Engineering in 1964. After graduation, he moved to Macon. He spent many years as a dedicated member of Sertoma Club, where he served as president for several years. He was an active member in Middle Georgia Toastmasters and was an invested part of the Dale Carnegie Association. He spent a lifetime working in sales, and as a business owner, in the petroleum industry. He served his country as a member of the Air National Guard from 1966 through 1971, when he was honorably discharged as a Sergeant in the 165th Support Squadron. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Johnson of Long Pond, and an infant sister.

Survivors include Dottie Kea Johnson of Macon, daughter, Melanie Dee Langston and husband Glen, their two children, Caroline and Kathryn, sons Carter and Warren, Carter’s wife Tracy, their children, Joseph, Camille, Caroline, Sara Fletcher, Emma, and Jack, and Warren’s wife Andi, their children Alexander and Abby; his brother, Daniel P Johnson and his wife Lynn of Cleveland, GA; and 1 niece, Jordan Kuhn, her husband Erick, and their son Parker; and many cousins.

The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2022, at 11:00 a.m., in the chapel of Ronald V. Hall Funeral Home, with Rev. Dr. Nita Crump officiating. A graveside service will follow in the Long Pond Cemetery.

Following the service, family and friends are invited to gather together for a casual lunch at the Long Pond Community House.

Contributions may be made to the Long Pond Community Trust Fund, C/O Mark Manning, 3503 Hwy. 221, South, Mt. Vernon, GA 30445.

Ronald V. Hall

FUNERAL HOME

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