Michael C. "Mikey" Johnson
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ZANESVILLE: Michael C. "Mikey" Johnson, 37 of Zanesville, died 4:30 AM Thursday, May 24, 2012 at Genesis Morrison House Hospice following a sudden illness. He was born Monday, April 14, 1975 in Zanesville, the son of Bobby Johnson and Linda M. (Chandler) Whitehead. He married Linda M. (Morgan) Johnson on Sunday, November 10, 2002.
Mikey was employed by AT&T and was owner of Phat Boy Kennels. He was an avid fan of biddy league football where he was a coach. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed camping and fishing. Michael loved model Lionel trains, Harley Davidson Motorcycles and his pet dogs. He had a great since of humor and enjoyed life, Michael was a loving and caring son husband, father and brother.
Mikey is survived by his wife of the home: Linda Johnson; two children: Kobe and Cordell Johnson; his father: Bobby Johnson; two brothers: Macklin (Jennifer) Johnson of Davenport, IA; Aaron (Jeannita) Johnson of Zanesville; his grandmother: Mollie Kent of Clarksville, TN; five nieces and nephews: Mercedes, Tessa, Treston and Jerzie Johnson and Shane Hill and many special cousins including: Terry Chandler of Zanesville.
In addition to his mother, Mikey was preceded in death by one brother Ralph Henry Johnson.
Friends may call from 2:00 to 400 and 6:00 to 8:00 PM, Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at The Hillis & Hardwick Funeral Home, 935 Forest Avenue. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 AM Wednesday at Wings of Hope Tabernacle, 709 Lee Street, with Rev. Terry F. Newman officiating. Burial will follow in Putnam Cemetery, Marietta. A luncheon in memory of Mikey will be held following the committal service at 4:30 PM at Wings of Hope Tabernacle.
Memorial Contributions may be made to The Michael Johnson Benefit Trust, a trust for the Johnson children: Kobe and Cordell Johnson, C/O Any Century National Bank Branch or Century National Bank, 14 South Fifth Street, Zanesville, OH 43701. To sign the online register book or to send a personal condolence note please visit the link at the top of this page.
Published in the Times Recorder on May 27, 2012