Thomas Johnson

3 Condolences

3 Condolences

  1. Tom was one of the most considerate Christians I ever met. He never passed up an opportunity to help others. He was always there to lend a helping hand as long as he was able. He was very active in his church St. Johns United Methodist for many years and was also an active member of the Methodist Men’s Group. Tom will be missed by many and until we meet again I know he will be watching out for all of us. He earned his Angel wings here on Earth.
    I will miss you Tom even though I didn’t get to see you often.
    Juanita Miller

  2. I am deeply saddened to learn of his passing. It has been many years but I cherish the time spent with him at St. John’s, a short stint filing and many chats about life on Tullibee. Sending love, big hugs, and healing prayers for Carole, Kris, Cindy and all the family and friends he touched throughout his life. I’m very sorry for your loss

  3. Tommy had several cousins. Most of us were a little envious of Tom because he was able to live full time up on the East Hill farm in Ludlow, Vermont with grandmother Sarah and grandfather Carroll Grover. Fond memories include collecting sap, fishing at the beaver dams, playing in the stream and getting sunburned and hiking up to Smith’s ledges for the beautiful view.

    Tad Tucker


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