Rev. Edward Coleman Johnson

FRANKLIN, Virginia

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Reverend Johnson was such a gentleman and kind soul. He has always been a friend of Persons Church in Drewryville and I always enjoyed his sermons and getting his perspective on issues.My condolences to the family and his many friends. Mark Person

James, Cathy and Becca,
I am so profoundly sad to learn of this tragedy and for the loss of such a wonderful father,friend and minister. I didn't know him personally, but have always known him through all of you. My love to all and my prayers are with you.

Ed and Anita were such a special couple our family will miss them alot I know they are Happy together again. They will always be apart of our special memories of High Street.

What sad news I learned when I came to work today...but how glorious it is that he and Nita are together again!!! I was his free "secretary" while they were in Powhatan. I remember the time that Nita called us to the parsonage for lunch and we sat and watch the Challenger disseminate in air. Almost every Friday or Saturday night we would get together with another couple and play Trivial Pursuit or another board game. I can still hear Nita's laugh and see Ed's smile.
So many...

Reverend Johnson leading us into holy matrimony on September 22nd, 2012

Reverend Johnson leading us into holy matrimony on September 22nd, 2012

GOD has Blessed us by having Ed as our neighbor, we will miss his spititual guideance & friendship.
We have wept but now celebrate his life with fond memories.
May GOD comfort his family and friends.

May God bless you and your family at this time of grieving. Remember all the loving time your family shared with Ed. May he rest in peace.

The National Clergy Council pays tribute to the life and service of The Rev. Edward Coleman Johnson. We trust that he has heard the words, "Well done thou good and faithful servant," and now rests in the Kingdom with his Master.

The Rev. Dr. David I. Moshier
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer


Edward's Obituaries

Rev. Edward C. JohnsonFranklin - Rev. Edward Coleman Johnson, 73, was called home to our heavenly Father on May 3, 2013. Born in Bramwell, W. Va., he was the son of the late Vester Coleman and Margaret Evelyn Boothe Johnson and was predeceased by his beloved wife of 52 years, Anita Mae Poe...

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