Johnny Lee Johnson
Funeral Date: 12/31/2018

Johnny Lee Johnson, age 68, of Warren, AR, died Thursday, December 27, 2018, at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock, AR. He was born January 7, 1950, in Warren, AR, a son of the late Raymond Johnson and Loreene Reep Johnson. He was retired from Akin Furniture and attended Christian Fellowship. Johnny lived and breathed everything about Warren Lumberjack football and attended all the games. His brothers Ronnie Johnson, Tim Johnson and a sister Sandra Thompson also preceded him in death. Surviving is a special friend Joyce OíNeill of Warren, AR. Funeral service was 1:30 p.m. Monday, December 31, at Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Wayman Mann officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery at Rye, AR, by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Kip Reep, Larry Reaves, Jason Wilson, Kay Reep, Chad Johnson, Gary Reep and Bill Thompson.




Name: Danny and Brenda Adair
Message: Sorry for your loss.

Name: Rick & Nancy Anders
Message: Joyce, We are so sorry for your loss. A true lumberjack. Every time we saw him he talked about the Lumberjacks! He will be missed.

Name: Paula Splawn
Message: There will never be another Johnny Johnson! So many good memories of my long time friend. He will be missed greatly.

Name: Larry & Robbie Reaves
Message: Our prayers and deepest sympathy.

Name: Gerald Baker

Name: Doug & Debbie Spencer
Message: So sorry to hear this , prayers for all . He loved the Lumberjacks

Name: Klay & LaWanda McKinney

Name: Robert& Laverne Laster

Name: Patrick & Kay Carraway
Message: Be comforted in the knowledge that our Lord Jesus has been preparing a place for Johnny in heaven.

Name: Linda and Steve Pennington-Jones
Message: Joyce may God give you comfort and peace at this time of sorrow Our prayers are with you

Name: Betty Marshall
Message: Johnny was a special person to all that knew him. He will be missed. His laugh and personality. Prayers

Name: Jerry Taylor
Message: Johnny was one of the nicest and kindest. I talked to Johnny couple weeks ago uptown and he was talking about those Lumberjacks .Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Name: Philip & Linda Cathey

Name: Cecil and Becky RAULS

Name: Andy Hodges

Name: Paula Stewart
Message: Johnny was one of a kind. Warren was fortunate to have him as a resident. He will go down in legend as the greatest Lumberjack fan that ever lived! Rest well my friend!

Name: Cindy Hollingsworth
Message: Johnny was a very special person and we all loved him for who he was.

Name: Mike & Cindy May

Name: Heather Perry

Name: kathy Terwilliger
Message: I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please, accept my deep sympathy. But be assured God does not cause death at this time. Ecclesiastics 9:11. Soon our heavenly Father will send Jesus, to set up his kingdom here on Earth. Mathew 9:10 Daniel 2:44. Remember " Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven." This is a government. Soon it will bring, no more tears, sicknesses, death, pain. Revelation 21:3-5 The dead will be brought back to life , here on Earth. Act 24:15; Psalms 37:11,29. I am praying for strength beyond normal, and comfort for you and your loved ones. Look up all scriptures you will see all is true. For more information go to this link: everything is free. what happens after death?

Name: Mary Catherine Armstrong
Message: So glad I got to see you having such a good time at the Lumberjack playoff game. You will be missed!Mary Catherine Huey McBee Armstrong

Name: Felton, Preston, Johnnie Parker/Angle
Message: Johnny was a wonderful man and a friend to all who knew him. Johnny had a comical side also. He knew Me, Preston and Johnnie quite well. Johnny always, always would say "Now, are you Fel-tone or Pres-tone"? We loved him and Love you also Joyce! Find comfort in the Thought that You will see Johnny and All our Families and Friends again!

Name: Beverly Davis
Message: Thank you Johnny Johnson🏈❤️‼️THE WARREN LUMBERJACK❤️‼️

Name: Patti and Donnie Bryant

Name: Don & Sandra Spraggins
Message: RIP Johnny!

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: Tully & Norma McCoy
Message: We will definitely miss seeing Johnny around Warren!