Ralph-Johnson-Obituary

Ralph Johnson

CLEMMONS, North Carolina

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The loss of Ralph is more than words can say. I am glad that I can say that Ralph was a good friend. May God be with the family in this troubling time.
Lum Stillie, Retired Forsyth County Sheriff's Dept.

This is a profound loss to a good friend who will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace Ralph. P. Huber Hanes, III Former: Deputy Sheriff Forsyth County

Juanita, Carol and family,

We both enjoyed Ralph over the years. Hazel was so proud to be voted "Wittiest" superlative with Ralph in our senior year but never was as funny as Ralph! He was so proud of that achievement and Hazel was so proud that all the guys from Southwest were members of the Winston Police Department. We always felt very safe growing up and living in WS with them on duty.
We will both miss Ralph and all his jokes and fun. He could brighten any...

Sorry for your loss, Ralph was a good friend, and he will be missed. Our prayers are with you all. Bill Hester

Ralph my Friend, that last thing you told me in church when you counted the strings on my 12 string guitar, "Michael, I dont how you play an instrutment with more strings than you have fingers, but I like so keep on playing for God.

Carol.....we are so sorry to hear about Ralph. It's good to know he is in heaven with The Lord he loved and taught about. We are praying for you and your family. If we can help in any way let us know.

Our prayers n thoughts r with u Carol.

So sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers, Love, Jason Mabe and Krysta Foster

Dearest Carol
I am thankful for the sister in Christ I have in you.I will be praying for you and your family during this time.I love what you said when you told me Ralph is in heaven already telling jokes its a wonderful picture of the joy and total bliss in which he is right now with Jesus our Lord face to face.I Love you my sister....sue

Obituary

Ralph's Obituary

Ralph Johnson passed away in CLEMMONS, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Winston-Salem Journal on March 21, 2013.